Deli in East Village & Lower East Side

Katz’s Delicatessen

Though visitors won’t find many remnants of the classic, old-world ­Jewish Lower East Side dining scene, there are a few stellar holdouts, among them the famous Katz’s Delicatessen, where Meg Ryan faked her famous o…
Cafe in West Village, Chelsea & Meatpacking District

Caffe Reggio

This arty, ever-popular cafe is a visual treat with Renaissance paintings and marble-topped tables. Serving fresh pastries, panini, cakes, Italian milkshakes (try the 'delizioso') and delectable coffee since 1927, R…
Deli in SoHo & Chinatown

Dean & DeLuca

NYC loves its luxe grocers and Dean & DeLuca is one of the biggest names around town. It's a well-earned reputation given the joint's seemingly infinite assortment of edibles from around the globe. If you're fee…
Deli in Upper West Side & Central Park

Barney Greengrass

The self-proclaimed ‘King of Sturgeon’ Barney Greengrass serves up the same heaping dishes of eggs and salty lox, luxuriant caviar, and melt-in-your-mouth chocolate babkas that first made it famous when it opened a …
Cafe in Upper West Side & Central Park

West 79th Street Boat Basin Café

This rowdy waterside restaurant, located on the far west side of Manhattan, offers a great location from which to watch the action and throw back a cold one while you do it. Come the hot weather, the West 79th Stree…
Cafe in Queens

LIC Market

Local creatives and office workers mix at this cool little cafe, trimmed in local artwork and cooking pots. Breakfast winners include the 'sausage and onions' sandwich (fried eggs, breakfast sausage, cheddar and car…
Cafe in Upper East Side

Cafe 3

Offers sparkling views of Central Park, plus excellent coffee and light snacks. It’s on the 3rd floor.
Cafe in Upper East Side

Via Quadronno

A little slice of Italy that looks like it’s been airlifted into New York, this cozy café-bistro has exquisite coffee, as well as a mind-boggling selection of sandwiches – piled high with delectable ingredients like…
Cafe in Midtown

Cafe 2

Italian-inspired panini, pasta dishes, salads, charcuterie and cheeses.
Cafe in Midtown

Terrace Five

Terrace Five is the choice for table service, à la carte options and Danish design; it also features an outdoor terrace overlooking the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.