This piece originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.
So you know you’re supposed to visit the Brooklyn Bridge while visiting New York City. (You do. You really do.) It’s an architectural marvel, an easy ramble, and brimming with lovely views. But if you’re going to be spending half an hour or more walking over it, you’re likely to be peckish at some point. So here are five favorites—from cheap eats to fine dining—on both ends of the bridge.
The Manhattan Side
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
You’re close to one of New York City’s several excellent Chinatowns, so take advantage of it. Nom Wah, which has been hawking almond cookies, dumplings, and dim sum for almost a century, is popular with tourists and locals alike for good reason. Tuck into a few snacks at one of the sweet red booths, then continue on a dumpling and noodle crawl.