Where to Eat in NYC

Nilou Motamed and Sarah Spagnolo dish on some of the hottest restaurants in New York City.

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[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Nilou from Travel+ Leisure. And I'm Sarah. The restaurant scene in New York is always evolving and as New Yorkers we know it can tough to keep up. These are a few of our favorite places to eat in the city right now. Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria's Feels like you stepped into a Roman bakery in [UNKNOWN]. You can stop in for espressos and pastries in the morning, or gather around their massive farm tables for a multi course italian feast with friends. The wildly successful Pok Pok in Portland Oregon has been transplanted to Brooklyn's up and coming Columbia water front. It's amazing to see the crowds of hipsters and in the know foodies who are flocking to red hook for Andy Ricker's amazingly authentic Spicy Thai cooking. New York city has been in the midst of a Neapolitan pizza boomlet, and Keste in the West Village is an amazing spot to get a taste. They have more than 20 pizzas on the menu, and their signature pie has the perfect combination of arugula Buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto de parma. One of the toughest reservations to score right now is Eleven Madison Park and with good reason. Daniel Home is still beaming after nabbing the Jamesford Foundation's award for Outstanding Chef. You can expect four-star service But it's not stuffy. There's a lot of whimsy in every dish, and the staff is young and energized, and excited to be there. Marcus Samuelsson has made Harlem a destination on New York's Foodie Map. At Red Rooster, he serves multi cultural comfort food to a beautiful crowd, straight out of Central Casting. Thanks so much for watching. Save a bite for us.
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Where to Eat in NYC