Hotspots // 15 places to eat and drink in New York

Hotspots // 14 Hotspots you can't miss in New York City

New York, the city where you can eat every day in a different restaurant. Last time I visited so many lovely places which I have to share with you. Hotspots that you have tot visit when you are in New York for a city trip. And all of them are fine for solo travellers.

The best places to eat & drink in New York

The Grey Dog

One of the most surprising places during my last visit. A lovely setting in Little Italy where you can grab lunch or diner. The atmosphere was really good even as my avocado tosti. There are more locations in New York, but the one in Little Italy is definitely a hotspot.

The Grey Dog
A: 244 Mulberry St

Butchers Daughter

Is it worth the hype? Yes it is, the food is really good. It was one of the healthy hotspots on my list before coming to NYC. Because I just had a lunch and I wanted something to try, I just ordered my vitamins for the day: a smoothie. But their menu for breakfast and lunch is also really good.

The Butcher’s Daughter
A: 19 Kenmare St

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Hotspots // 14 Hotspots you can't miss in New York City

Tacombi’s

Mexican food lovers should visit Tacombi. Not only the food is good, the restaurants are really nice and instagrammable. They look like an old garage, but are very beautiful from the inside. The one on Elizabeth Street has on old VW van inside.

Tacombi’s
A: 267 Elizabeth Street

By Chloe

Just around the corner of Flatiron you will find the hotspot By Chloe. It is a good place for vegans to get a vegan meal. The pancakes over there where pretty good and its a good way to start your day.

By Chloe
A: 60 W 22nd Street

Hotspots // 14 Hotspots you can't miss in New York City

Jack’s Wife Freda

Breakfast time at Jack’s Wife Freda in The Villages. The story of two immigrants Jack and Freda. On the menu a combination between their roots in Israel and some New York favorites. Like the wafels I ordered for breakfast.

Jack’s Wife Freda
A: o.a. 50 Carmine Street

Katz Delicatessen

A classic one in New York. Famous from the movie When Harry met Sally. Every week the use more dan 6800 kilo of pastrami, the most popular recipe  on their menu. It is the place to be in The Lower East Side. Famous, but pricey.

Katz Delicatessen
A: 205 E Houston Street

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Katz

Clinton Street Baking Company

A pretty good hotspot for pancakes. Clinton Street Baking Company serves really good pancakes and the restaurant looks a bit like an American diner. The day I was there, it was really busy, so sometimes you have to wait a few minutes, but definitely worth it.

Clinton Street Baking Company
A: 4 Clinton Street

Five Leaves

The place in Brooklyn when you want the best pancakes. Five Leaves is a very populair hotspot in Williamsburg and sometimes there is a line in front of it. But waiting is worth it. The pancakes are really good and Five Leaves is a hotspot for sure. I was lucky I was alone, so I could sit at the bar.

Five Leaves
A: 18 Bedford Avenue

Hotspots // 14 Hotspots you can't miss in New York City

Cafe Colette

One of my favorite places in Williamsburg. On a hot day I decided to get some lunch at Cafe Colette. A good and healthy avocado toast with a view on the street. A perfect place to get some lunch. Is the weather a bit worse? Also the interior inside Cafe Colette is a pretty nice one.

Cafe Colette
A: 79 Berry Street

Junior’s Cheesecake

Famous from their pretty good cheesecakes, but also a good place to start your day for breakfast. Junior’s had some visits from presidents for their famous  cheesecakes. I decided to get some breakfast instead of their cheesecake. Be aware of their portions, a doggy bag is also an opportunity to have some lunch later on the day.

Junior’s Cheesecake
A: 386 Flatbush Ave Ext Brooklyn

Cafe Colette
Juniors

Tom’s Restaurant

A golden oldie in Brooklyn: Tom’s Restaurant. Its is on this spot since 1936. The area changed, Toms’ not. An old school American Diner with really good pancakes. For an authentic experience, visit Tom’s Restaurant in Brooklyn.

Tom’s Restaurant
A: 782 Washington Ave Brooklyn

Gertie

A pretty new place in Williamsburg and directly a popular place. A nice menu and an instrammable interior. Gertie is a really nice hotspot. Don’t miss it in Williamsburg.

Gertie
A: 357 Grand St

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Gertie

Butler NYC

Just across the Williamsburg Bridge you will find the cute hotspot Butler NYC. On the menu a lot of healthy options. What is a better way to start your day with a health acai bowl?

Butler NYC
A: 95 S 5th St

Bubby’s

Another great place to get some good pancakes. And I think this is the biggest one in town. Bobby’s is a very popular place for lunch for the people at the offices nearby. During lunchtime , it can be very busy. But the pancakes are definitely worth it.

Bubby’s
A: 12 Hudson Street

Butler NYC
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Ellen’s Stardust

A typical American Diner in New York: Ellen’s Stardust. But this one is different. Why? They have sining waitresses during your mail. I just visited just before Christmas and all the christmas songs made me really happy.

Ellen’s Stardust
A: 1650 Broadway

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