Eater City Guide: New York is your go-to source for getting immersed in NYC’s famously vibrant and diverse dining culture. Offering context on how the local scene has been shaped by history, immigration, agriculture, and tradition, the guides offers vibrant, incomparable insight into the City That Never Sleeps and its one-of-a-kind food destinations and personalities. Through a narrative lens, readers will explore the best restaurants, food trucks, specialty shops, and farmers’ markets, digging into New York City’s key flavors and food culture, learning from those who’ve shaped and defined how the city eats.
This book includes:
Guide to NYC essentials such as pizza, bagels, steakhouses, bodegas, and moreIdeas for great places to eat near key sites, which are often surrounded by underwhelming tourist trapsBrief history of the regional dining culturePlenty of maps that break down the must-visit spots and shopping destinations neighborhood by neighborhoodContributions from notable locals such as Philip Lim, Maangchi, and Alexander SmallsWeekend trip itineraries to eating destinations in the North Fork, Montauk, Upstate, and beyondBuilt on the unrivaled authority of Eater’s networks of local writers, editors, and photographers who live and breathe their hometown food scenes, this book is perfect for locals and travelers alike who are hungry to explore the best the city has to offer, based on the advice of in-the-know NYC natives.