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  • We've just updated our list of NYC's Best New Restaurants—including Nai Tapas in the East Village (pictured). 🔗 Link in bio! 📷: @naitapas
  • We've just updated our list of NYC's Best New Restaurants—including Nai Tapas in the East Village (pictured). 🔗 Link in bio! 📷: @naitapas
  • 121 4 19 December, 2018
  • Carnegie Deli is back! At least in pop-up form and through December 8. Find it at 201 Lafayette Street in Nolita, where it has been re-created as part of a promo for the Amazon Prime show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which is set in the late 1950s. Reservations are sold out, but you can score a 99¢ sandwich (prices are pegged to the era) at the take-out counter. 🔗 Link in bio for more info. 📷: @adventuresofchefanie 
#NewYorkCity #SeeYourCity #ILoveNY #ThisIsNewYorkCity @maiseltv @carnegiedeli #Nolita
  • Carnegie Deli is back! At least in pop-up form and through December 8. Find it at 201 Lafayette Street in Nolita, where it has been re-created as part of a promo for the Amazon Prime show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which is set in the late 1950s. Reservations are sold out, but you can score a 99¢ sandwich (prices are pegged to the era) at the take-out counter. 🔗 Link in bio for more info. 📷: @adventuresofchefanie
    #NewYorkCity #SeeYourCity #ILoveNY #ThisIsNewYorkCity @maiseltv @carnegiedeli #Nolita
  • 178 6 5 December, 2018
  • Established in 1854, McSorley’s has persisted through Prohibition and two world wars, served former presidents (Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt), and remains one of the more interesting places to have a pint in NYC.
🍺 Order this: Light or dark McSorley’s ale—those are your only choices.
🖼 If the menu here is simplistic, the decor is anything but. Feast your eyes on presidential portraits, vintage menus, newspaper clippings, poems, book jackets, and sports memorabilia that layer the bar’s walls like fish scales. 🔗 Link in bio for more of the East Village's best bars. 📷: @go_gotham

#McSorleys #EastVillage #NewYorkCity #SeeYourCity #ILoveNY #ThisIsNewYorkCity
  • Established in 1854, McSorley’s has persisted through Prohibition and two world wars, served former presidents (Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt), and remains one of the more interesting places to have a pint in NYC.
    🍺 Order this: Light or dark McSorley’s ale—those are your only choices.
    🖼 If the menu here is simplistic, the decor is anything but. Feast your eyes on presidential portraits, vintage menus, newspaper clippings, poems, book jackets, and sports memorabilia that layer the bar’s walls like fish scales. 🔗 Link in bio for more of the East Village's best bars. 📷: @go_gotham

    #McSorleys #EastVillage #NewYorkCity #SeeYourCity #ILoveNY #ThisIsNewYorkCity
  • 229 6 28 November, 2018
  • Entering Rolf's at Christmastime elicits delighted laughs, shouts of "This is crazy!" or "It's too crowded; we'll have to come back another time." Now really is the best time of year to experience a tavern that looks more like an overloaded toy shop—a dining experience akin to being trapped inside a Black Forest snow globe. Singles clutching tall German beers make small talk in the packed bar while friends catch up in snug booths over wintertime staples like wiener schnitzel with spaetzle and sauerbraten with red cabbage and mashed potatoes. Couples who might have known each other more than a few minutes steal kisses under mistletoe. Dangling from the ceiling are clusters of colored bulbs, evergreen wreaths and Victorian-period dolls, all of it impressively dust-free. The staff appears unruffled by the commotion, having seen it all before. 🔗 Link in bio for the best in NYC holiday dining! 📷: @mollyfolsom
  • Entering Rolf's at Christmastime elicits delighted laughs, shouts of "This is crazy!" or "It's too crowded; we'll have to come back another time." Now really is the best time of year to experience a tavern that looks more like an overloaded toy shop—a dining experience akin to being trapped inside a Black Forest snow globe. Singles clutching tall German beers make small talk in the packed bar while friends catch up in snug booths over wintertime staples like wiener schnitzel with spaetzle and sauerbraten with red cabbage and mashed potatoes. Couples who might have known each other more than a few minutes steal kisses under mistletoe. Dangling from the ceiling are clusters of colored bulbs, evergreen wreaths and Victorian-period dolls, all of it impressively dust-free. The staff appears unruffled by the commotion, having seen it all before. 🔗 Link in bio for the best in NYC holiday dining! 📷: @mollyfolsom
  • 1,297 84 21 November, 2018