Maybe it’s because #SFFS17 is around the corner or perhaps it’s just my love of food destinations, but NYC is calling to me this week. I also came across this list from Travel and Leisure with Phoenix, AZ as having the #1 pizza in the country based on reader votes. Really?
Putting aside the pizza controversy, there are truly endless options for dining and entertainment in New York City. And in such a vibrant city, it’s not surprising that it’s a frequent stop for #tradeshowprofs and #eventprofs throughout the year.
I recently contacted our NY team (and didn’t dare mention the article above that shall not be named) to pull together a list of some of their favorite spots all around the city. Enjoy!
New York Eats:
- Tavola (our team recommends, well, everything, but you can’t go wrong with their olives, eggplant parm. and wood-fired pizzas)
- Twins Pub (an Irish pub with an excellent burger)
- Gramercy Tavern (a well-deserved splurge with superior service)
- Acme (a downstairs cocktail bar is ideal for a pre-dinner drink)
- Bryant Park Grill (a garden setting makes for a lovely evening in the summer months)
- DBGB Kitchen and Bar (It’s usually quite crowded, so we recommend you make reservations)
- Schiller’s Liquor Bar (full of life and affordable bites)
- Gentleman Farmer (intimate and sophisticated)
- Lombardi’s (a slice is a must)
- Harlem Shake (a hot mess burger + a red velvet shake = pure happiness)
- Baohaus (authentic Chinese baos)
- Momofuku Noodle Bar (nothing says comfort like a bowl of hot noodles)
- Macbar (because who doesn’t love mac & cheese)
Had your fill and ready to get down to business? These local NYC resources should come in handy:
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Emergency Run Resources (we hope you won't need these!):
Metropolitan Lumber & Hardware
617 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10036
Phone: (212) 246-9090
FedEx Office Print & Ship Center at the Javits
655 W 34th Street, New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212) 216-2900