Modern bagel shop for hand-rolled, wood-oven baked bagels plus smoked fish & creative sandwiches.
Traditional Japanese eats are paired with sake & shochu in an artsy space with exposed-brick walls.
Hip, bi-level spot with Italian-accented American fare, a broad wine list & art featuring boomboxes.
Mamoun’s Falafel has been serving high quality Middle Eastern food since it first opened its doors to the public in 1971.
Murray’s Bagels serves the finest bagels and smoked fish in Greenwich Village, as well as other appetizing fare.
Nice Green Bo (aka New Green Bo) is a Dim Sum restaurant located in New York’s historic Chinatown.
A young crowd populates this pork-focused American eatery in an older Williamsburg neighborhood.
Dynamic storefront with minimalist wooden furniture serving ramen & Japanese appetizers.
All-vegan donut shop with a rotating list of 200 varieties, plus ice cream & French-press coffee.
High-end farm-to-table restaurant serving tasting menus in a refurbished barn on gorgeous grounds.
Compact Japanese restaurant with a sushi bar & menu of hot entrees like teriyaki & noodles.
Guests can drop in for their Shack fix pre- and post- show, as well as
lunch, dinner and anytime in between. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a
front row seat to all the action, color and mesmerizing neon lights.
Bare-bones Chinese noodle joint slinging classic, housemade-dough dishes (no alcohol & cash only).
Hip New York-based chain of eateries specializing in simple, locally-sourced meatball dishes, vegetarian favorites, and cocktails.
Family-friendly restaurant on Long Island offering traditional Italian fare, live music, and karaoke nights.
“…I absolutely love it because it’s pop culture — the flavors are based on musicians and cultural icons. My order is (obviously) We Need A Resolution, the Aaliyah flavor. There’s a crazy James Brown chocolate pumpkin flavor thing too if I remember correctly. Definitely the most swag ice cream spot.” -Ro Ransom