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Eat the World New York City
A travel guide to NYC and its many eating adventures.
A travel guide to NYC and its many eating adventures.

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After three successive Turkish restaurants came and went, a friendly Lebanese spot has opened in the same place. A list of kebabs and cold meze includes some specifically Lebanese items that are not on every menu in town, making this Bay Ridge restaurant a great addition.

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On the Elmhurst street already full of beautiful Thai restaurants, Hug Esan has popped up and already made an impression on the community. The northeastern Thai and Lao foods on offer here are another amazing addition to the landscape.

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Drinking culture in Korea is not complete without full menus of drinking foods, the specialty of Debasaki in Flushing, Queens. While the chicken wings are what made this place famous, the rest of the menu offers even better choices including the beautiful budae jjigae.

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The AK Laundromat in Sunset Park, Brooklyn is also home to a grill cooking up good quesadillas and a stand outside offering esquites, elotes, and sliced fruit. The husband and wife who run them are super friendly and the busy atmosphere of the laundromat make an order here a very enjoyable experience.

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Honduran cuisine is taken to new levels in Union City, New Jersey. If you have underwhelming opinions about any foods from Central America, come here and challenge those preconceptions.

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Longtime Yorkville purveyor of German sausages and provisions, Schaller & Weber has branched out and created a made to order sausage bar on the premises. The results are positive, and a good addition to a neighborhood that struggles to offer much in the way of good world eats.

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Where are you watching the Champions League Final this Saturday afternoon? For an upgrade on your experience, check out our list of bars and restaurants that will be showing the game but also providing a wonderful cultural experience here in the area.

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A bright, friendly restaurant in Fairview, New Jersey is doing more than the ubiquitous Guatemalan steam table delis found throughout New York City and Bergen County, NJ. Take the chance to stop by Karen & Sharon Restaurant to find some rare favorites from the Central American country, like hilachas, salpicon, and subanik.

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Cliffside Park, New Jersey is home to a nondescript Armenian bakery that turns out bread and other favorites including a delicious lahmajoun. The ground beef disc is made fresh to order and worth the small wait.

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Midwood, Brooklyn is full of glatt kosher restaurants of all varieties, but sticking to this Israeli grill might be the best decision. The place shows off its two beautiful shawarma spits prominently, and you cannot go wrong with an order of it along with their impossibly fresh salad bar.
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