From sushi to pasta, New York tops the list of best food opps

From sushi to pasta, New York tops the list of best food opps

Babbo mixes authentic Italian food with the trendy atmosphere of the top New York restaurants

Caroline de Quesada, Co-Editor

In New York City there is no shortage of delicious food destinations that are sure to make your wildest dreams come true!

With desserts, pasta, and vegetarian sushi, you will not go hungry the next time you visit NYC.

1. Kitchenette
Chicken and waffles anyone? This whimsical restaurant boasts all kinds of soul food staples. With two locations in the city, Kitchenette is there for all of your cravings.

2. Momofuko
Ordering crack pie is a must at this West Village staple. Their cereal milk flavored ice cream topped with corn flakes is also a delicious option.

3. Shake Shack
Shake Shack is worth a wait in line, even if you only go for their chocolate shake. It is a great spot to go to after catching a show on Broadway!

4. Meatball Shop
With a new meatball of the day every day, The Meatball Shop is a great place to stop by for a bite to eat. Their Brooklyn location is open until 4am on the weekend!

5. Beyond Sushi
Vegetarian sushi is abundant at Beyond Sushi. Their inventive style keeps things interesting with the freshest of fresh ingredients.

6. Cafe Mocha
Located near NYU, Cafe Mocha is the Mecca for chai tea lattes and scones. They also serve decadent pancakes all day long.

7. Rice to Riches
Rice pudding isn’t only for your grandmas anymore. Rice to Riches serves up numerous flavors of the dessert staple.

8. Puddin
My personal favorite dessert stop is Puddin. Their butterscotch pudding could singlehandedly cure all the ills of the world.

9. Babbo
Ready for a classy night out with your friends or family? Babbo mixes authentic Italian food with the trendy atmosphere of the top New York restaurants. Get ready to gorge yourself with pasta and good vibes.

10. A Salt & Battery
Voted as the Best Fish n’ Chips in New York, by New York Magazine, you will experience this typical British fare in a whole new way at A Salt & Battery. The menu also features tea and cider.