We sample arancini (rice ball) and soppressata (salami) at this historic Greenwich Village standby. The rice balls alone will have you leaping for joy.
The word “Rugelach” in Yiddish means “little twists” – we try Russ and Daughter’s Raspberry ones and they are so darn good.
Make your own – choose an inside, an outside, and a topping. I think I got that right – either way, these are the very best cupcakes you can have in Manhattan. That’s why they slayed Cupcake Wars.
I like to start the Greenwich Village Tour here – have a cup or take home some coffee beans.
Pommes Frites NYC is known for having the best frites but they also have the best dipping sauces. EVER. They’ve added a few since this pic was taken. Photo/Moving Forward Consulting
A lovely day outside for a slice of Artichoke Pizza. Then again, everyday is a lovely day for a slice of this creamy goodness.
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.
Aracini in the City. The best rice balls are at Faicco’s. Hands down.