Summer is in full swing and it is a great time to explore everything New York City has to offer! So in this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we take a look at some foodie guides to Chinatown, fun things to do this summer and more!
How to Travel to 10 Different Countries Without Ever Leaving New York City’s 5 Boroughs
New York City is renowned for its diverse dining scene. You can find French, Chinese, Japanese, Moroccan restaurants and more, often within blocks of each other. Here is a great guide on where to find good dining spots for some of our favorite cuisines!
The Definitive Guide to Eating and Drinking in Chinatown
Chinatown is definitely a can’t miss foodie hotspot in New York City. Here are some restaurants that you should keep an eye on.
Here’s How to Navigate One of the Most Epic New York Food Traditions – ‘Dim Sum’ in Chinatown
Dim sum in Chinatown is a lot of fun! Here are some tips and things you can expect when dining in one of the many dim sum restaurants in the neighborhood. Also check out our guide to dim sum in New York City too!
Blogger Karla Around the World’s Take on Ahoy New York’s Food Tour of Little Italy and Chinatown
This is a great look at some of the fun things you can do and the delicious foods you can try on our food tours of Little Italy and Chinatown.
NYC’s 10 Coolest Outdoor Pools to Check Out This Summer
As the temperature rises, you may be looking for ways to cool off. Here are some of the awesome pools you can find throughout New York City.
How to Enjoy Brooklyn’s Prospect Park
Summer is also great time to be outdoors and Prospect Park is one of our favorite parks in New York City. This is a great guide on all the fun things you can do there like concerts, roller skating, the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Finally here are some of the awesome pictures of our food tour we came across on Instagram this month. Don’t forget to tag any of your pictures of our food tour with the hashtag #TakeABiteOutoftheBigApple!
The amazing pizza from Margherita NYC
Some of the delicious foods you can find in Little Italy