Last week we asked you to share your thoughts on the city's most underrated restaurants. But doing so just begs the question: which restaurants do you think are the city's most overrated?
'open thread' on Serious Eats
Be it a diner with a killer roast beef sandwich, a street cart off the beaten path, or a little Italian place that's still (perhaps blissfully) undiscovered, tell us: what restaurants in the city deserve more attention than they get, and what do you visit them for? Let us know in the comments.
If you had a regional food exchange with someone, what made-in-NYC things would you send them? And what would you want in return?
New York is one of the world's most diverse food cities, but there's still plenty we're lacking. What cuisines and restaurants do you want to see more of here?
Are you tired of $15 cocktails and three-hour waits at no-reservation restaurants? Sick of seeing your favorite old timers close because they can't make the rent? Here's the place to let it all out. Share your gripes in the comments.
There's never been a better time to eat sushi in New York, so tell us: where do you go?
Where do you go for good Irish food, and what do you get there? Share your favorite restaurants, pubs, and markets in the comments.
Blowout sushi meal, three digit food event, or just lots of whiskey? Share the gory details of your most expensive meal right here.
When tourists, friends, and family come to New York, where do you take them?
After debuts in San Francisco and Seattle, premium delivery service Caviar recently launched in Manhattan. The company employs its own messengers and charges customers a $9.99 delivery fee, serving food from 30 restaurants that mostly don't offer delivery anywhere else. Would you pay the premium?
It's a lot easier to eat vegan in New York these days, so we want to hear from you—where do you go for animal product-free food around the city?
We've called out a number of favorites but now we want to hear from you: what's your favorite shawarma in the city?
Fair or unfair, we'll admit it: Serious Eats has a downtown restaurant bias. But we want your help correcting that imbalance. So tell us: what uptown restaurants have we overlooked that deserve a visit?
During the depths of winter, when warm sunlight on bare skin seems like the stuff of unicorn-laced dreams, my favorite thing to eat is anything in the category of "hot stewy/saucy things with rice." Here are some of my favorite dishes from this category that you can find in New York.
On Serious Eats we usually look over our bad meals for a simple reason: we'd rather spend our time telling people where to go than where not to. The exceptions come when a lauded chef or restaurant disappoints, or when a meal is so bad, so "I should be getting combat pay for eating this food" awful, that we can't help but erect a warning sign. So today we're asking you to let it all out: your worst restaurant meal in New York?
New York's prime territory for eating by yourself, so we want to know: where do you eat alone?
A new year, a new search for the best of New York. And while others are off pretending to keep their New Years resolutions, we're on the hunt for nachos.
Our New York-based editors are compiling our best bites lists of 2013, something easier said than done. But we want to hear from you first—what good eating did you have this year? What stands out in your New York hall of fame?
We're scouring the city for holiday cookies, old school and new, and we want to hear about your favorites.
It's 9 or 10 p.m., you're finishing up a meal, but the dessert menu looks a little lacking. You're liking the restaurant vibe and want to keep it going...just somewhere else. So where do you go?