Little Beet, one of the best fast casual spots in Manhattan, is lighting up your summer with tasty new options that are perfect for the everyday NYC’er.
Want to be transported to Italy from New York City? Go to Pepolino. This TriBeCa hotspot covers the grounds when it comes to authentic Italian cooking done just right that will leave you wanting to go back time and time again.
It seemed like a good idea in March. When the country faced lockdown and dining at our favorite restaurants was no longer an option, many of us took to the kitchen. We committed ourselves to finally learning how to cook and bake instead of using our oven as a storage unit. But summer is here now and only a masochist will spend time layering a pan of pasta into the stove.
Casa del Toro is one of the best Hell’s Kitchen spots open for Al Fresco (outdoor) dining right now. Sure, this isn’t the ideal kind of situation given the COVID world we are still living in, however this engaging place is pulling out all the stops to ensure you have a fun time while there.
The Lodge at Woodloch, located in Hawley, Pennsylvania, is a fabulous space to wine, dine, relax and more for anyone who is looking to escape the concrete jungle of New York City.
The wait is over folks! Monday, June 22, marked the beginning of Phase 2 for New York City which included restaurants being open for outdoor dining. Gone are the days of just takeout and delivery as we are FINALLY able to bask in the glory of eating delicious meals at a variety of some of the best foodie spots in the world.
National Lobster Day is coming up on Monday, June 15, and we here at Manhattan Digest couldn’t think of a better place to celebrate this yummy occasion with then at Ed’s Lobster Bar!
It’s still very important to highlight any and all things culinary going on in New York City amid the coronavirus pandemic. Something worth taking a look into is this fantastic app called Woodspoon which brings tasty home-cooked chef-made meals to your door. Yum.
Boune Notizie! After weeks of pre-packaged frozen dinners that taste like cardboard and epic kitchen failures which have set off smoke alarms, Upper West siders can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Café Fiorello has returned.
H&H Bagels, a legendary hotspot in New York City that dates back to the early 1970’s, remains a place that thousands of people still love to order from. There are many reasons for this with one sticking out the most: their food is just that damn good!