New York City. So many choices. So many different cultures. It truly is the melting pot of the U.S. You can go down to Korea town which is only a few blocks from the famous Macy’s department store and have some authentic Korean BBQ or you can hop on the N/R train head down to Canal street and you have a plethora of Chinese food choices anything from dim sum to fresh chicken feet.
You can experience Indian, Persian, Ethiopian and Guyanese food all without ever leaving the country in NYC. Check out: Grub Street
There are also some other overlooked food availability and that is seafood.
New York city also has a wide variety of fresh seafood markets. NYC Fresh seafood In fact New York is the second largest fish market in the world.
From the Fulton market up in the Bronx,a huge wholesale operation. You can the 6 train and head back to the city on the 4 or 5 train to Dorians seafood market on the east side of the city. Off the Atlantic coast you have the finest clam and fish bars on the planet in my opinion and that is the famous Randazzos clam bar in Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn. The calamari is orgasmic with the generous amount of secret red sauce they pour over it. It is so good that you will want to bottle up the sauce and take it home!
If you are the adventurous type take the long journey on the A train or you can even take the new ferry service from Wall street,and head to the Far Rockaways in Jamaica Bay, Queens and go fishing for your own fresh fish! The possibilities are endless.
Whether you are a local or visiting New York City, it is a must go to destination! Come and get your catch of the day today!