The Most Delicious Things We Ate This Summer in New York City
Summer has just about come to an end and we here at Ahoy New York want to take a look back and reminisce on some of the most delicious things that we ate this summer in New York City. Of course, we want to hear about all your foodie adventures this summer too! You can share that with us via Twitter or Facebook.
Lonestar Empire’s Brisket Sandwich – The Brooklyn Flea
We were lucky enough to try the Lonestar Empire brisket sandwich at the Brooklyn Flea. It may just be about the juiciest, tastiest brisket that we have ever had (and we have sampled a lot of brisket over the years).
Mille-Feuille Bakery Cafe’s Macarons – 552 LaGuardia Pl
We have a confession to make. We have sort of have been crazy about macarons this summer and the best macarons are probably from Mille-Feuille. Narrowing it down, our favorite macaron there has to be the raspberry flavor (but they are all addictive and delicious in their own special way). It has the nice crunch and it has the perfect mix of tartness and sweetness.
La Bonne Soupe’s Croque Madame – 48 W 55th St
If you are looking for good simple comfort food you can’t go wrong with La Bonne Soupe’s Croque Madame. Croque Madame is a grilled ham and cheese sandwich with a fried egg on top. We have all had such a sandwich at some point in our lives. It is a tried and true flavor combination and La Bonne Soupe gets every bite just right.
Ni Japanese Delicacies’ Forbidden Rice Burger – Essex Street Market, 120 Essex St
The forbidden rice burger is definitely something a little different. It has a great texture and for such a tiny patty, it is just packed full of flavor. It pairs perfectly with a cheese brioche bun. It is must try for any vegetarian and in fact it is a must try for any foodie!
Treats Truck’s Chocolate Chip Brownie with Nuts – @TheTreatsTruck
The Treat Truck offers all sorts of goodies but their brownie is something special with all its chocolate goodness. Be sure to ask for a corner piece because along with the nuts it gives the brownie some crunch, a must for brownies!
Urban Lobster Shack Food Truck’s Lobster Roll – @UrbanLobster
If you love lobster and you love lobster without any filler then you will love the No Mayo Lobster Roll from the Urban Lobster Shack food truck. It is simply fresh, succulent lobster tossed in butter and lemon, piled on a grilled bun.