The Eater Guide to New York City (Eater City Guide) (Paperback)

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The Eater Guide to New York City (Eater City Guide) (Paperback)


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A comprehensive and must-have food-lover’s guidebook to New York City from Eater, the online authority on where to eat and why it matters.
With Eater experts leading the way, explore the best restaurants, food trucks, specialty shops, and farmers’ markets, digging into New York City’s key flavors and food culture, learning from those who’ve shaped and defined how the city eats.

Eater City Guide: New York is your go-to source for getting immersed in NYC’s famously vibrant and diverse dining culture. Offering context on how the local scene has been shaped by history, immigration, agriculture, and tradition, the guide offers vibrant, incomparable insight into the City That Never Sleeps and its one-of-a-kind food destinations and personalities.
This book includes:
  • Ideas for great places to eat near key sites, which are often surrounded by underwhelming tourist traps
  • Guide to NYC essentials such as pizza, steakhouses, bodegas, and more
  • Brief history of the regional dining culture
  • Plenty of maps that break down the must-visit spots and shopping destinations neighborhood by neighborhood
  • Contributions from notable locals such as Philip Lim, Maangchi, and Alexander Smalls
  • Weekend trip itineraries to eating destinations in the North Fork, Montauk, and the Hudson Valley
Built on the unrivaled authority of Eater’s networks of local writers and editors, who live and breathe their hometown food scenes, this book is perfect for locals and travelers alike who are hungry to explore the best the city has to offer, based on the advice of in-the-know NYC natives.
Includes Color Illustrations
Eater is a digital media brand dedicated to all things food and dining. The Eater brand comprises a national site covering food and dining culture, 25 city sites tracking local dining scenes, a robust YouTube channel featuring documentary-style videos about the inner workings of restaurants, and a variety of social channels, all run by a diverse team of writers, editors, producers, and contributors.
Product Details ISBN: 9781419765810
ISBN-10: 1419765817
Publisher: Abrams Image
Publication Date: April 2nd, 2024
Pages: 176
Language: English
Series: Eater City Guide
"Eater guides are my go-to no matter what city I’m in."
— Kwame Onwuachi, chef, author, and restaurateur

“Eater has created fantastic guides. The books are thoughtful and dive into the hidden gems of each city, with diverse cuisines and world-renowned establishments. This is one of the best ways to experience these cities like a local.”
— Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of Le Bernardin, New York City

“New York really is the city that never sleeps! Every week, you see or read about a new shop, restaurant, bar, or attraction in NYC. I’m thrilled that this guidebook captures New York classics, and a new wave of places to experience.”
— Jean-Georges Vongerichten, chef and restaurateur

“With The Eater Guide to New York City, the site’s signature wit and indisputable knowledge about every corner of the best food city in the world take a glorious, new, and tangible form. Reviving the lost art of the illustrated travel guide, it’s both inspiration and a perfect companion to all my NYC eating adventures.”
— Gail Simmons, food expert, television host, and author of Bringing It Home