New York City is famous for its pies. Before pizza came to New York City, it was customarily cooked in wood-burning ovens. Lombardi’s re-created that pie with a coal stove in 1905, and it started New York’s rising to pizza acclaim. NYC didn’t design pizza, it updated and enhanced it!
What’s new on the list, the Cronut has genuine fortitude. This delightful cake is a blend of a croissant and a doughnut. How did this food cause such a fever and craze so rapidly? Since Cronuts just pose a flavor like love.
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Sex in the City made Magnolia Bakery celebrated, yet their cupcakes kept them on top. Next, New York composed a cornucopia of cupcake makers, and the city now swims in an ocean of sweetness.
4. Manhattan Clam Chowder
If you are used to thicking and thin cream based cracker –riddled white clam chowder, this Manhattan Clam Chowder is a completely different beast!
5. Reuben sandwich
This sandwich is delicious and easy to make.
6. Kennedy Fried Chicken
Kennedy Fried Chicken, also known as Crown Fried Chicken, means you’re back in The Big Apple, baby. If you find yourself in Brooklyn, and you’re hungry, this low-key, casual spot will fill you up, it tastes good, and it doesn’t cost a lot.
7. Crab Eggs Benedict
If you’re lucky enough to have leftover crab, there’s no better use for it than this. Rich and creamy, bright with lemon, this classic brunch dish also makes a great supper when paired with a simple green salad. For an even richer dish, top each muffin half with a few slices of avocado before adding the crab.
8. Black and White Cookies
Black. White. Basic. They are the best in the bakeries!
New York and cheesecake. New York Cheesecake is featured on dessert menus all over the world. NYC just gets it right. Luscious creamy sweetness with a tang.
10. Baked ziti
The pasta in this dish cooks right in the skillet and then it’s popped in the oven at the very end to melt the gooey cheese topping.
11. Belgian Fries
Fresh cut potatoes, fried, poured into a paper cone, accompanied with your choice of amazing dipping sauces. Many other places on the continent try to replicate it, but there isn’t nothing like the Belgian fries you can get at Pommes Frites on 2nd Avenue.
With a schmear, with Nova Scotia lox, maybe just a some tomatoes and cream cheese, bagels are a New York staple.