The Grey DogCafé • New York, United States
Hummus + avocado sandwich ftw
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We failed to get the tobacco onions and we regretted it the rest of the night.
Go here for a splurge-style din. Rotating menu, but if they have them, challah, okonomiyaki, duck, and lox bowl are all worth ordering to share.
Skip the salad, you can make it at home. Instead, go for the quinoa and roasted vegetables or the squash burger. Suriously, guys.
Their pants/skirts/blouses, all made from the same print fabric, are reminiscent of Maria's curtain creations for the Von Trapp kids. So good.
Winter Session bags, Nisolo shoes, and carefully curated, direct-from-the-designer clothing from around the world.
Such chill bar vibes + nom flatbread. Also: bowling.
Avoid checking your coat at all costs, then skip up the stairs to the epically large wings. It will take you hours, so don't dwell on the boring stuff.
Fancy tequila and mezcal dranks. For when Border Cafe just isn't classy enough for you (it could happen).
Cheap, festive, bottomless chips. What more does a girl need? Oh right. A margarita. They have those too!!!
Tucked into the basement level of a back alley, this place feels like the best kind of secret. Order something local at the bar, then head to the back room (yep, there's a back room).
Skip the cocktails and opt for a beer. Even if you're "not a dark beer person," you won't believe how good the Disbelief is. And it's like, $5 for a pint. Double win.
Fore Street's market-driven, changes-daily menu is amazing, which makes for long waits. Make a reservation a day in advance, or put your name on the list right at 5, if you want to eat before 9 p.m.
Please please get the lobster roll with brown butter vinaigrette. They steam the buns, so it's like a pork bun and a lobster had a baby. It's on the preemie side, so order biscuits, too.
Want a cocktail? A few words: Terrarossa. Jalapeño. Blood orange. Tequila.
Suuuuuper nice staff and amazing manicures a $15 a pop. Go here!
A little piece of heaven on an otherwise deserted strip (on Sunday, anyway). Sit outside, get the burger... so pleasant.
In fall of 2008, I stopped at a mystery window for a late-night crepe. In 2013, I ended up at this same creperie after a friend recommended it. Thank god I found you again, Oroyona (the best!).