Are you planning a trip to New York City and feel lost or overwhelmed with where to find great food and drink? I understand. NYC is still one of the largest food destinations in the world and it has so many wonderful options. But how do you enjoy a well-rounded experience if you only have two days to spare? Welcome to the fourth installment of my blog series, “Eating New York City – 2 Days. Here I help you take some metaphorical bites and sips out of The Big Apple when you have limited time. In this latest post, I’ve rounded up some great historic and modern restaurants for your culinary pleasure. They are all accessible via mass transit so ditch the car and let’s go Feeding Off The Rails!
Day 1 – Eating New York City – 2 Days (Vol. 4)
Veniero’s Pasticceria is a rite of passage for New Yorkers and it has been a fixture in the East Village since 1894. As an Italian-American, I still love the colorful room here, old-world charm and cavity-inducing pastries. Cannoli, cappuccino, and napoleons are a must!
342 E. 11th St. – Take the L train to 1st Ave. Continue reading