It has been said that you could dine out for all three meals each day, eating at a different restaurant for each one, and it would take you a year to try every restaurant in New York City. Not only are restaurants plentiful, but they reflect a hodgepodge of cultures, experiences and prices.
On the streets, food vendors hawk pizza, pretzels and hot dogs. Across the city, various neighborhoods offer the authentic dishes of Italy, Greece, Poland, Turkey, China...you name it! And, if a chef can make it here, a chef can make it anywhere, so you just may be sampling the creations of one of the world's biggest up-and-comers.
24/7 Tempo and U.S. News both rank New York City as the second-best food city, and we agree.