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Cheap Eats: The Best Burgers in New York City for Under $10

Few things in the world are more satisfying than a burger, hot off the grill. You don’t have to go to a fancy steakhouse for a good burger and with that in mind, here are our some of our favorite cheap eats spots and here are the best burgers in New York City for under…

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September 15, 2017

The Best Burgers in New York City

If you are anything like us here at Ahoy New York, you are craving for that perfect burger. Luckily, there are a lot of contenders in New York City. Here are some of our favorites and here is our list of the best burgers in New York City. Umami Burger – 432 Sixth Ave &…

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July 3, 2015

Ahoy New York’s Top Six Diners in New York City

Great diners are usually teeming with people at all hours of the day looking for good simple food for cheap. There is just something so inviting about diners and they play an invaluable role in the city. Here are our favorites, here are Ahoy New York’s top six diners in New York City. Everest Diner – 22 Chatham Sq Everest Diner is a classic, old school Greek diner in Chinatown. It is a place where you know you can start the morning right with a good, hearty breakfast. For example, you can’t go wrong with two eggs over easy, some bacon and a huge pile of home fries. They also make delicious pancakes and for a little snack later in the day, they also make a great baklava. Little Poland – 200 2nd Ave Little Poland is a Polish diner…

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July 26, 2013

Ahoy New York’s Foodie To Do List for the Summer

Today is the official start of summer! With that in mind, here is Ahoy New York’s foodie to do list for the summer. All the restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias etc. below have a ton of buzz about them and we can’t wait to try them all. Try Dominique Ansel Bakery’s Cronut – 189 Spring St Since it was introduced, there have been long lines every day of people waiting to buy Dominique Ansel’s latest creation, the cronut. The cronut is a cross between a croissant and a doughnut. Long lines may actually be an understatement as there have been stories of scalpers, people paying to cut the line and of course bootlegs. But all of these stories just make us want a cronut that much more! Dine at Wylie Dufresne’s new restaurant Alder – 157 2nd Ave Wylie Dufresne is the…

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June 21, 2013

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……

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May 31, 2013

The Top Ten Restaurants in Soho, New York City

Fun Fact: Soho is short for south of Houston Street. It is no secret that Soho is one of the world’s most renowned hotspots for shopping. It is also home to a number of celebrated restaurants that draw locals and visitors alike. You can spend days in Soho and still discover exciting new shops, eateries…

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March 8, 2013

Top 10 Restaurants and Specialty Eateries in Alphabet City in NYC

Looking for something slightly off the beaten path? Alphabet City is often overlooked by both locals and visitors to New York City but it is a rapidly changing neighborhood. It is now home to a number of great restaurants and specialty eateries. Every block truly has something interesting to try, such as the best porchetta sandwiches, a legendary hot dog and even a fresh take on pudding. It is every foodie’s dream. Here is our top ten restaurants and specialty eateries in Alphabet City, and get started on your own foodie adventure. Takahachi – 85 Ave A Takahachi is popular sushi joint, where the fish is always very fresh and tender and just melts in your mouth. If you are looking for something other than sushi and sashimi, their Chilean Sea Bass marinated in white miso is often described as…

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November 8, 2012

Top 10 Restaurants in Greenwich Village and West Village

Greenwich Village and the West Village are two historic NYC neighborhoods that are rich in diversity and culture. This is definitely reflected in the wide variety of food establishments within this small area of New York City. There is a little something for everyone from classic pizzerias, modern takes on the classic burger joint, popular causal Thai restaurants, Michelin star restaurants, authentic Italian restaurants and more. Cafetasia – 38 E 8th St Cafetasia is a local hotspot, popular with college students. You really can’t beat one of their lunch or dinner specials especially one starring their Pad Thai or Pad See Ew, both are very satisfying and perfect for a quick meal with friends. One if by Land, Two if by Sea – 17 Barrow St One if by Land, Two if by Sea is a historic location, rumored to…

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October 5, 2012