New York NT'ers please help...

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I'll be in NY for the 1st and was just wondering if ya'lls can help a fellow NT'er out....


Mainly just trying to pick everyones brains as to which is the best pizza spot to hit up, best hotdog joint, etc etc.

Any good places ya'lls can recommend in little Italy or Chinatown?

Haha I'm all about the food when I'm on vacation so if ya'lls can help me out I would trully appreciate it. I'll probably just be around theManhattan, Long Island City, and Brooklyn areas...

Peace and thanks in advance for your input.
 
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for some real nyc brick oven pizza you gotta check Patsy it's on 118th and 1st ave. Just ask anyone about it they'll let you know
 
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Originally Posted by SylvesterMcGrizzly

If you were goin to be in the BX, Crossbronx Pizza would have to be a def. stop...The slices are ridiculous.
Is that the one on the corner of Castle Hill, with those enormous slices?


For hot dogs, just hit up any Gray's or Papaya Dog/King. They're all the same.

Here are a few restaurants I like in Soho/Little Italy:

Boom, Pellegrino's, Angelo's, Blue Ribbon Brasserie, Nolita's.

Chinatown:

69 Bayard, Buddha Bodai, Chanoodle. Those are the ones I really like.
 
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Take the Q train to Avenue J, get off, go to the corner of East 15th, wait for 2 hours for a homemade pie from an 80-year old Italian man at DiFara's.It's an experience all in itself. I also like Grimaldi's but the line is also pretty ridiculous, and L&B in Bensonhurst has pretty good squares(even though people think they've fallen off, I don't).

Hot dog joints, just go to a Grey's Papaya and you are good.
 
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Originally Posted by justhotkicks

Originally Posted by SylvesterMcGrizzly

If you were goin to be in the BX, Crossbronx Pizza would have to be a def. stop...The slices are ridiculous.
Is that the one on the corner of Castle Hill, with those enormous slices?


For hot dogs, just hit up any Gray's or Papaya Dog/King. They're all the same.

Here are a few restaurants I like in Soho/Little Italy:

Boom, Pellegrino's, Angelo's, Blue Ribbon Brasserie, Nolita's.

Chinatown:

69 Bayard, Buddha Bodai, Chanoodle. Those are the ones I really like.

yes it is
 
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Originally Posted by BKsOwnMVP

Take the Q train to Avenue J, get off, go to the corner of East 15th, wait for 2 hours for a homemade pie from an 80-year old Italian man at DiFara's. It's an experience all in itself. I also like Grimaldi's but the line is also pretty ridiculous, and L&B in Bensonhurst has pretty good squares (even though people think they've fallen off, I don't).

Hot dog joints, just go to a Grey's Papaya and you are good.
Definitely a dope experience. Like also mentioned Grimaldi's is
but the wait sucks
 
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come to queens and try gabys pizza on hillsidae ave and francis lewis blvd

voted best pizza in nyc, look it up
 
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Hit up Artichoke pizza might just be better than Lombardis.
You should check them both out.
You can hit up Nathans in coney island for hot dogs.
 
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Hit up Artichoke pizza might just be better than Lombardis.
You should check them both out.
You can hit up Nathans in coney island for hot dogs.
 
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GABYS PIZZA IN QUEENS is literally the best pizza in the USA so yes go there. its on uhh, jamaica or hillside i forgot what its considered but get on the q36on you will be in front of it
 
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