Ahoy New York’s Top Six Guilty Pleasure Foods
While we can’t say that these are the healthiest of dishes, they certainly are satisfying and are sure to put a smile on your face. Here are Ahoy New York’s top six guilty pleasure foods.
Landhaus’ Grilled Maple Bacon Sticks – At the SmorgasBar & Other Locations
The sizzle, the smell, the salty, smoky goodness… it is hard to resist a really good cut of bacon. Landhaus’ grilled maple bacon sticks are a feast for your eyes, your nose and most of all your stomach. It is almost indescribable how good the first bite is so we guess that means you’ll just have to try one out for yourself.
Katz’s Pastrami Sandwiches – 205 E Houston St
Katz’s Delicatessen is a foodie landmark in New York City for a reason. Their pastrami sandwiches are legendary and it has to be the ultimate guilty pleasure food. The sandwich is famously piled high with juicy pastrami that is full of flavor. Yum!
Shake Shack’ Double ShackBurger – E 23rd St & Madison Ave & Other Locations
Shake Shack’ double ShackBurger is undeniably delicious in every way possible and it goes great with one of their shakes. It is one of those things that you wish you could have every day but it is probably better if you don’t…
Ferrara Bakery & Cafe’s Cannolis – 195 Grand St
Ferrara’ cannolis are no joke. The quality filling and the crunchy shell come together into one amazing bite. You can try one of Ferrara’s cannolis on our Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest.
Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain’s Sundaes – 513 Henry St Brooklyn
Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain is one of the few old school style ice cream shops that still remain in New York City. Here you can get towering sundaes like the Cookie Monster, mint chocolate chip ice cream with chocolate chip cookie crumbles, hot fudge, whipped cream and walnuts or the Sundae of Broken Dreams, vanilla cream with pretzels, caramel sauce and whipped cream.
Deep Fried Oreos
You can find deep fried oreos in a number of shops and street fairs around New York City. If you have never tasted a deep fried oreo they are similar in taste to a chocolate zeppole. They are quite decadent and dangerously addictive.