NYC Link Roundup: The Best Poutine in NY, Celebrating St Patrick’s Day
Spring is right around the corner (March 20) and it still can’t come fast enough! In this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at the best poutine in New York City, celebrating St Patrick’s Day and more.
The Absolute Best Poutine in New York City
Poutine is a popular snack that originated from Quebec, Canada. Poutine combines French fries with cheese curds and brown gravy. It is delicious and you may be surprised that you can find this Canadian treat in New York City.
15 Plump Chinese Dumplings to Try in NYC
Dumplings are another tasty snack that you can find in New York City. We absolutely love Tasty Dumpling, Lan Zhou Handmade Noodle and Dumpling and Xi’an Famous Foods. They all can be found in Chinatown!
At This Staten Island Restaurant, a Kitchen Run by Grandmas
This is a fascinating story that we came across. A restaurant run by grandmas is a great idea! You can try new cuisines and get an authentic home cooked meal at the same time. We definitely have to check this place out.
The 20 Greatest Cities to Visit in Spring
New York City is on the list of the 20 greatest cities to visit in spring. A stress free way to explore New York City is a food tour! Definitely check out our tours page and see which tour is perfect for you!
Guinness Food Records in NYC: World’s Biggest Bagel & Lox on the Menu in Greenpoint
Acme and Zucker’s Bagels recently set the record for the biggest bagel and lox on National Bagels and Lox Day. This article also goes through other fascinating records that were broken in New York City including longest line of hot dogs and the largest collection of pizza boxes.
How to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2018 in New York City
St Patrick’s Day (Saturday, March 17) is also right around the corner and here is a great guide on how to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in New York City.
Finally here are some of the great pictures we came across on Instagram and Pinterest this month.
Chinatown decorated for Chinese New Year
The iconic Flatiron Building back in the 1900’s
Pinterest, Shared by Ilse Huurdeman
New York City is beautiful in the winter although again we can’t wait for spring!
Pinterest, Shared by Searching Hearts