Happy September! We are definitely looking forward to the cooler temperatures. In this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at what we are excited about in NYC for the fall, the Feast of San Gennaro, indulgent lobster dishes and more!
NYC’s 13 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of Fall 2018
There are a lot of interesting restaurants opening up soon in New York City. One of the most interesting restaurants has to be Zauo (152 W 24th St). It is a restaurant chain from Japan where you literally fish for your dinner with a pole and bait. It sounds like a ton fun and we are curious on how it would work.
15 Reasons to Make a Reservation This Fall
Here are even more restaurants to look forward to this fall. We are looking to see when we have free time to try all these places!
San Gennaro Feast: How NYC’s Little Italy Festival is Shaping Up for 2018
The Feast of San Gennaro starts on September 13. It will last for 11 days and it is one of the most exciting times to be in Little Italy. Keep an eye out for our guide on everything to need to know about this Italian festival.
Lonely Planet Ranks Cronut, Emmy Burger Among World’s Top Food Experiences
Nine New York City foodie experiences made Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Eats: The World’s Top 500 Food Experiences list. We have tried 7 out of the 9 places and we are looking to try the remaining two, the eggs benedict at Queens Comfort (36-18 30th Ave., Astoria) and the pumpkin pie at Yura on Madison (1350 Madison Ave) very soon.
Where to Eat Indulgent Lobster Dishes in New York City Right Now
We absolutely love lobsters and reading this list is making our mouths water!
The NYC Glossary: 38 New York Words to Learn
Where is Dumbo and how to do you pronounce Gansevoort Street? This can be an invaluable resource if you visiting New York City.
Finally here are some of the exciting pictures of our food tour we came across on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. Don’t forget you can share any of your tour pictures with us with the hashtag #TakeABiteOutoftheBigApple and by tagging us @ahoynewyorkfoodtours.
A delicious dim sum feast!
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A collection of awesome pictures of our tour