You can make like a tourist and recreate the orgasm in When Harry Met Sally. Or, you could simply enjoy the heaping portions in the city’s oldest and best-known Jewish deli.
Enjoy upscale Tex-Mex beautifully presented deep in the heart of Chelsea.
Cavernous and loud, this Chelsea hotspot is packed nightly with gay men and young straight couples. It’s an only-in-New York scene.
Here’s they’re a staple of college students on a budget, but cooking ramen noodles is considered an art form in their native land, and this is widely considered the best outside of Japan, which is why lines spill out into the sidewalk daily.
At one time, the East Village contained a large Ukrainian population. Most are gone, but their cuisine remains popular, nowhere more so than at this cavernous coffee shop.
Order from old LP album covers, laugh at the Barbie-and-Ken figurines of rock legends, and choose romone of three singer’s bathrooms.
The ultra gay-friendly owner has staffed her popular Thai hangout with gay men and their friends. The food, a standout among the Thai restaurants that have overtaken Hell’s Kitchen, and the cool vibe keep it packed nightly.