Bromberg Bros Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken

In the East Village, it’s finger lickin’ good in ways that the Coronel can only dream of.

Lucky Cheng’s

It may have moved to Times Square, but still so raunchy, so crude, and so beyond un-PC, that it’s hard not to be entertained.

Island Burgers and Shakes

This Hell’s Kitchen storefront with a California surfer vibe has something for everyone. Except fries.

Corner Bistro

Where West 4th Street finally ends with Eighth Avenue is one of the city’s greatest taverns, home to one of the city’s greatest burgers.


This Asian eatery’s motto is Fresh, Fast and Affordable - think Japanese cafeteria meets New York art gallery. Or NYU.

Rocking Horse Café

Prime real estate on sunny days in Chelsea, serving modern Mexican food with great street views .

Great Jones Café

The draw here includes pulled pork sandwiches, chicken wings and cornbread. And a great jukebox.

Café Habana

If it wasn’t for the hip NoLita location, you might not be able to distinguish this Cuban-Mexican diner from your run-of-the-mill greasy spoon.

Shake Shack

Danny Meyer’s little kiosk with a big wait tempts with tasty junk food in the middle of Madison Square Park.

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