New York

Sushi at Sushi Yasuda in New York. Photo by <a href="">stu_spivack</a>

Sushi Yasuda

Often touted as the best sushi in New York Yasuda is sure to impress sushi novices and snobs alike.

Agnolotti Dal Plin at Scarpetta in New York. Photo by <a href="">Yogma</a>


Up-market Italian so good you'll need to sop up every last bit.

Lamb Chops at Babbo in New York. Photo by <a href="">Jeffrey_Allen</a>


Chef Mario Batali's famous Italian that never disappoints.

Meatball sandwich from The Meatball Shop in New York. Photo by alphacityguides.

The Meatball Shop

Love your meat in ball form, covered in sauce? So do we, and so does almost everyone in the LES. 

Kati Rolls at Biryani Cart in New York. Photo by <a href="">jasonlam</a>

Biryani Cart

Skip the tourist traps in Midtown and head to Biryani cart for for a kati roll—quick, cheap, and super tasty Indian food.

Ice cream cone cupcakes at Treats Truck in New York. Photo by <a href="">Rachel from Cupcakes Take the Cake </a>

Treat Truck

Remember how great it was to get a treat when you were a kid? Re-live your childhood at the Treats Truck.

Katz's exterior. Photo by alphacityguides.

Katz's Delicatessen

New York has a serious deli culture but none do the pastrami on rye better than Katz's.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Photo by alphacityguides.

Museum of Modern Art

One of the best, and most influential modern art museums in the world.

Chrysler Building in New York. Photo by <a href="">zoonabar</a>

Chrysler Building

One of the tallest buildings in NYC with amazing Art Deco architecture that's second to none.

Ice rink at Rockefeller in New York. Photo by Alphacityguides

Rockefeller Center

Home to the NBC and Radio City Music Hall, in the heart of Manhattan.