Saad at Essex Olive and Spice in Essex Market – the new Essex Market I should add – is a great spot on our Lower East Side Tour.
Pommes Frites double cook their fries and have 30 sauces to dip them in. They’re open super late on MacDougal Street (wee hours) so they’re also great for a late night snack. Photo/Moving Forward Consulting
Nice Guy Tours stops at Artichoke Pizza on its Greenwich Village Tour. It’s pretty much the best slice I’ve ever had that doesn’t include tomato sauce. OK, it’s one of the best period. Photo/Moving Forward Consulting
Dante greets his crew in New York City for the start of their Greenwich Village Food Tour – ranked the best in New York!
Dante inspects the best salami (sopressata) in NYC for Nice Guy Food Tours. It’s at Faicco’s on his Nice Guy Food Tours’ Greenwich Village Tour.
Thanks Cyndi Stone Holland for sending this pic of me at @pommesfritesnyc after a tour. She said it captured me and the tour perfectly. I appreciate it!
A lovely day outside for a slice of Artichoke Pizza. Then again, everyday is a lovely day for a slice of this creamy goodness.
Cinnamon raisin bagel with strawberry cream cheese at Kossar’s = where lunch or breakfast could also be dessert. Taste greatness.
If you’re on the Greenwich Village Tour, a great memento is taking a pic by the Washington Square Arch. You’ve seen it in a ton of movies and TV. It’s legendary. For NYU students, it’s essentially part of their campus.
Crowded house at Yonah Schimmel. If you’ve had a knish here, you know why.