What to Eat in NYC This November
Because of Thanksgiving, November is perhaps the most food-centric month of the year and there is no shortage of recipes out there teaching you how to make some incredible dishes. But for anyone who would prefer to leave the food preparation to chefs, read on for our list of all the restaurants, bars and other food-centric places in New York City you'll want to check out this month.
Dante: Dante is pretty much the opposite of new – the Greenwich Village bar opened in 1915 – but now is the time to visit as it was just named the number one bar in the world by The World's 50 Best Bars. Famous for their long Negroni list, Dante also serves up a mean Garibaldi.
Seaport Food Lab: The South Street Seaport food scene continues to grow; in addition to new restaurants from David Chang and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, their pop-up restaurant lab is back for five weeks, led by chefs Wylie Dufresne and Mark Ladner. Tickets are available from now until November 23.
Rao's soup: Not on the 42-year-long waitlist at Rao's, the (in)famous Italian restaurant in East Harlem? The next best thing might be their soup, which is now available to purchase at grocery stores for $4.99.
Ivy Lane: The tri-level restaurant and bar just opened on the Upper East Side and serves up modern American food with influences from the chef's native country Korea.
3 Times: Serving up "China’s favorite foods," Three Times is a new dumpling spot in Manhattan that is opening two locations in Union Square and the Lower East Side. Be sure to try their signature dish, Shi Bing Tong.
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