NYC Foodie Link Roundup: Carnegie Deli is Closing, Giant Soup Dumplings & More!
Stay up to date with all the foodie news in New York City in our monthly NYC Foodie Link Roundup! This month, we take a look at the closure of Carnegie Deli, giant soup dumplings, exciting restaurant openings and more.
Drunken Dumpling Serving a Giant Soup Dumpling in the East Village
Wow we have to try this giant soup dumpling but we have heard that the lines for it can be quite long at the moment.
‘Five-Second Rule’ for Food on Floor Is Untrue, Study Finds
You should think twice the next time you drop your bagel on the floor.
After 80 Years, New York’s Iconic Carnegie Deli Is Closing for Good
This is sad news. Carnegie Deli has been an icon in the New York City dining scene for decades and it is closing just shy of its 80th birthday. Their pastrami sandwiches and cheesecakes will be missed.
The 30 Most-Anticipated Restaurant Openings of Fall 2016
On the bright side, here are some interesting restaurant openings to keep an eye on. Rouge Tomate, Cut and abcV all sound amazing.
Nom Wah Tea Parlor Is Opening A Second NYC Location
We are especially excited about Nom Wah Tea Parlor opening its second NYC location on 10 Kenmare St. You can try their dim sum here now!
New Food Halls and Markets in New York City
In addition, here are some exciting food halls and markets opening in New York City. Food halls are a great idea if you want to keep your options open for lunch or dinner and it is great opportunity to try interesting new dishes. Food halls are just another reason why the New York food scene is so vibrant. Also check out our blog post on our favorite food halls and markets!
Pinterest is an invaluable resource for travelers and foodies so be sure to follow us on Pinterest @AhoyNewYork!