Yum Yum: Some Of New York City’s Best Places to Eat – You May Not Have Known about

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NYC, the city of dreams many call it, is home to some of the most famous names in the media. NYC is known for many amazing things, one of them being phenomenal cuisine!  Taking you on a journey of some of the best hidden gems the big apple has to offer.
 

1.) Momo Sushi Shack, situated in East Williamsburg. Now for those of you who appreciate fine Japanese cuisine along with a variety of delicious vegan options this is the place for you. Momo sushi shack is located at 43 Bogart St. Brooklyn, NY 11206 on the corner of Moore St. and Bogart St. next to the ever popular Roberta’s. The entrance is that of an army camouflage tent that would lead you to believe it’s closed down. You literally almost pass it by without a second thought. Suddenly, out of the corner of your eye you glimpse the chalk board written sign which reads the restaurant’s name. Once you step inside the tent like entrance and pull open that heavy wooden door you are instantly transported to a land of communal tables, indie tunes, and attentive service. The restaurant is a renovated garage with simple wood tables, floors and walls.

Specials of the day vary offering delicacies such as wagyu steak with roasted or sautéed veggies and potato, to an assorted platter of tempura vegetables. Sushi rolls are anywhere from $5 to $15 with a good variety to choose from. Try a signature Sushi Bomb. Not sure which you want? Order the party bomb for $19 you will get a pleasant assortment of variety. If you’re a carnivore try the Karage. Karage is a Japanese style fried chicken, tender dark meat seasoned to perfection golden fried and served with a delightful marinade that is a blend of orange, garlic, soy sauce and sake,$9 for an appetizer serving! If you prefer to eat light try the tofu salad which includes avocado, tomato and basil for $8 or the momo salad which includes seasonal vegetables, katafi and fried mushrooms served on a bed of greens tossed with Momo’s signature salad dressing for $10. Watch the feed via the image below you won’t regret it, I promise.

Karage Japanese fried chickenImage via Statigram @Momosushishack

Sushi Party Bomb Image via Statigram @momosushishack

2.) Moving on we have the ever popular Roberta’s right next door, as I mentioned before known for its mouthwatering brick oven pizza and popular heated tent with bar. The menu also serves a variety of delicious cuisine from Scallops with carrot, pistachio and lime. Tortellini with kabocha, lamb, and marjoram. Roberta’s also features a market garden variety. The romaine is a big favorite, served with candied walnut, pacarino and mint. Roberta’s serves a delightful brunch along with a bakery/pastry. You must try the famous original pizza with tomato, mozzarella, caciocavallo, oregano and chili $13. Feeling a little more daring with your taste buds? Go for the dark wing! The dark wing features mozzarella, chandoka, cured duck and Brussels sprouts for $17. Prices range from $5 to $30. See how it’s all done in the video feed below via the image.

Roberta’s Pizzeria image via statigram by Zemotion

3.) Now, hop on the L train one stop heading the Canarsie direction to Jefferson Street. Located at 271 Starr St. Brooklyn, NY. Cross streets are Wyckoff St. and Starr. Here you will find a wonder of a true authentic Mexican taqueria known as Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos. Step into this rustic former car repair garage converted into a tortilla welding heaven! The establishment is a family owned business ran by some of the nicest people. Los Hermanos is a well-known tortilla brand sold in grocery chains across the country. Their restaurant is the headquarters factory where all tortillas are made in house and sent out to sell. Have yourself a delicious quesadilla for only $4 each with fresh queso, avocado’s lettuce tomatoes and your choice of beef, steak, spicy pork, chicken, or veggies. You must try their home made salsa picante so tasty and spicy! Tortas which include all these delicious toppings packed into a sandwich role and toasted are magnificent at $4 each. Tacos $2.25 each, Tostadas $2.50 each, and Picadas at $3.25 each. Now that’s what I call more bang for your buck! Check out the video feed below via the image.

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4.) Taking it to the streets of historical Harlem we have Dinosaur BBQ well known by most but surprisingly unknown to so many. Located at 700 W. 125th St. and 12th a two story brick building with breathtaking views of the Hudson River lies this magnificent pit fire establishment. Try their ribs, the meat is so tender it practically slides of the bone! Their custom barbecue sauce is an array of hickory smoke with a sweet tangy warmth that will tickle your taste buds. Dinosaur BBQ serves a variety of seven different sauces from mild to spicy. The options are  wango tango habanero hot bbq sauce, the traditional Cajun foreplay spice rub, roasted honey garlic bbq, garlic chipotle pepper sauce, devil’s duel pepper sauce, creole honey mustard, and the sensuous slathering sauce all just as enticing as their names. Prices range anywhere from $5 to $30 for individual’s family deals up to $65. Check out the video feed below via the image from a pit master himself.

Always Good Smoke - Since 1988

image via www.dinosaurbarbque.com

 In hopes that you have enjoyed this preview of some of the best eats in NYC now get your tail in gear and check these places out if you’re a local. Visitors make sure to make these four places a must pit stop on your next trip to the big apple. Stay awesome NYC!

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