You'll want to travel to New York to try these 11 restaurants

It's up to you, New York, New York.

NY It is always a good idea. No matter what time of the year you visit, this city always hooks the visitor with its buildings that reach infinity and beyond, its Hidden corners that one finds wandering and for its gastronomy. Your desire for eat the big apple will increase after knowing these 11 restaurants -each one with a distinct peculiarity-. Are we starting to pack?

-321º Ice Cream Shop

If you are looking for something different and striking, here is your place: -321º Ice Cream Shop, an ice cream site based on liquid nitrogen where the flavors have nothing to do with what you had tried so far. Matcha, pumpkin or dark chocolate with bacon are some of their specialties (although they vary with the months).

  • Where? 288 Grand Street, Brooklyn.

Kings of Kobe

Kings of Kobe is your place if you really like hot dogs and hamburgers. The dish that has caught our attention the most? His hot dog battered in waffle dough.

  • Where? 790 9th Ave, New York.

Bagel Boy

We live in an era where unicorns are fashionable and these bagel They are inspired by them. With a multicolored dough, Bagel Boy has become the place to be of this delicacy so typical.

  • Where? 8002 3rd Ave, Brooklyn.

Pizza Barn

If your stomach roars at all hours and there is nothing to calm it, Pizza Barn is the ideal place. The reason? They serve the largest slice of pizza you've ever seen. In addition, it has more than 18 toppings to choose (chips included).

  • Where? 70 McLean Avenue, Yonkers.

Kellogg's NYC

For all those who would eat desserts at all hours, this is their earthly paradise: Kellogg's NYC. A place where they only serve cereal-based dishes and pop-tarts.

  • Where? 1600 Broadway, New York.


We know that far from home you want to try something new, but if we get the morriña in the middle of the Big Apple we have Boqueria, a tapas and skewers restaurant where the variety is served. The best? Your chocolate-filled churros dessert.

  • Where? 53 West 19th Street, New York.

Buns Bar

If you want to try the craziest milkshakes in all of New York you should go to Buns Bar. Crazy no, the following.

  • Where? 263 West 19th Street, Manhattan.

Pommes Frites

Here is a place where they only serve french fries: Pommes Frites. The best of all? The variety of their sauces, there are more than 30 to choose from.

  • Where? 128 Macdougal St., New York.

Union Fare

If he croissant It's one of your vices, Union Fare is your place. The reason? They have created a series of filled versions that has made the population crazy yankee. Of course, not only live from this sin so delicious, endless meat-based dishes, salads and toasts make this place among one of the most fashionable places today.

  • Where? 7 East 17th Street, New York.


Can you imagine a kind of boat made with pizza dough with a sea of ​​broken cheese? Your dreams come true in Cheeseboat.

  • Where? 80 Berry St, Brooklyn.

Shelsky's Smoked Fish

If you want to feel like a New Yorker and taste a breakfast based on bagels, Shelsky's Smoked Fish has the richest in the entire city (according to the Foursquare score). In addition, they have 30 varieties of fish to create your own culinary artwork.

  • Where? 141 Court Street, Brooklyn.