5 Typical Foods you Should Try in New York

There are so many things to love about New York City that it is hard to make a list, without a doubt the typical food of New York is something that we can not ignore. It is the birthplace of hip hop, musicals were invented there, and the subway operates 24 hours a day. It is, literally, "The city that never sleeps" and, therefore, you can eat almost anything at any time. For me, that is without a doubt the best of New York. Therefore, I am going to recommend five things that you have to eat in New York, no matter what time it is.

Bagels

When thinking of a "New York delicacy" that defines the typical food of New York, many people come to mind the traditional breakfast of coffee with bagel . The best way to start the day: getting into the dizzying pace of the city armed with a bagel as well as cheap, is delicious. In New York, they usually boil the bagels before baking them, which is why they are so gummy on the inside and hard on the outside. Forget the paleo diet, a day without carbohydrates (or at least a NYC bagel) is not worth it.

The most typical food in New York: the famous New York pizza

The next "New York delicacy" on the list is another typical New York lunch, the traditional slice of pizza. It's cheap, you can eat one for about $ 2.5 at one of the 185,000 pizza joints in Lower Manhattan. The rapid pace of life in New York has clearly influenced culinary choices; the pieces of pizza can be eaten in about five minutes, standing and without cutlery for both lunch and dinner. But be careful, the pizza sauce and grease feel an irresistible attraction for freshly laundered white shirts.

Arepas

New York is a melting pot of cultures, languages ​​and sectors, and it is not surprising that its demographics are reflected in food. The arepa, the product of multiple Latin American influences, has become a famous staple in the diet of New Yorkers. Stuffed with soft and salty white cheese, shredded beef, black beans and sweet plantains, the arepas sandwiches are compact and - you guessed it - easy to eat on the go.

Adjarian khachapuri

Continuing with the multicultural theme, this Georgian delicacy (of the country, not the American state) can be eaten at Cheeseboat Brooklyn , and is exactly what the name of the restaurant implies, a cheese boat. The cheese bread carries an egg, a bucket of butter and other healthy ingredients. Warning: do not ask how many calories are in this food.

Grilled cheese donut

Yes, you read it well, the best of the cheese sandwich on the plant with the best of the donut, the grilled cheese donut is a harmonious union beneficial for all. There is nothing more American. Also, since the ultimate goal of our trip is cultural immersion, you have to try at least one. Agree? Agree! You can eat these delicacies at the Clinton Hall . You're welcome.



Posted on August 02, 2018 at 01:18 PM