We can’t believe it is February already and we are looking forward to an early spring! In this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at the best bagels, the origins of the big apple, explore the many Chinatowns in New York City and more.
Your Guide to Many Major Dates and Events in New York City in 2020
This is an invaluable resources of all the important dates and events in New York City this year. We definitely have bookmarked this page.
New York City’s Finest Bagels
The best bagels comes from New York City! This is a great list of all the can’t miss places to check out.
Where Did The Nickname ‘The Big Apple’ Come From?
Ever wonder where the nickname the big apple comes from? This is a fascinating snapshot of New York City history and looks into the origins of the big apple.
Where to Eat New York’s Most Impressive New Fried Rice
Grilled short ribs over Spam fried rice? BBQ calamari with pepperoni fried rice? All these interesting twists on fried rice sound so good! We can’t wait to try them.
The Definitive Food Guide to New York’s Many Chinatowns
We love exploring all the Chinatowns in New York City. There are so many yummy foodie places to check out! Also, the best way to explore the most well known Chinatown in New York City is to join us on a food tour!
85,000 Museum Artifacts Feared Lost in NYC Chinatown Fire
Like so many in Chinatown and New York City, Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting is sadden by the loss of 70 Mulberry Street and the Museum of Chinese in America’s (MOCA) archives. We encourage everyone to donate to their GoFundMe page. Some artifacts have already been recovered!
Here are some of the awesome pictures we came across on Instagram and Pinterest this month. As always, don’t forget to tag any photos of our food tours with the hashtag #TakeABiteOutoftheBigApple or #AhoyNewYork.
Celebrating Chinese New Year in Chinatown
Lung Moon Bakery has so many tempting snacks!
Pinterest, Saved by C. Landrum
Which Ferrara’s dessert catches your eye?
Pinterest, Saved by M. Cape