GD: Covid-19 has required some changes for the time being. Stay Safe.
For the month of April we are going to try a different format – on some days we will go visual and offer a selection of the very best NYCity Instagram photos, YouTube videos, or Pinterest Pins. On other days you will find info on the Best NYC Restaurants or Top OnlineTravel Forums with NYC info. We hope you will come back often to see what’s cooking here. Today it’s Best NYCity Restaurants.
Best NYCity Restaurants
It’s not difficult to find a place to eat in Manhattan. Seems like there is at least one restaurant on every block. The New York City health department inspected over 10,000 eating establishments in Manhattan alone last year. And the selection of restaurants includes cuisines from all over the world.
Finding a good place to eat is a bit harder. We could start with New York City’s 72 Michelin-Starred Restaurants, but they are more suitable for those on expense accounts or celebrating a special event. No worries. There are many guides to good eating available, if you know where to look.
Here are a few of my favorite guides to the best restaurants in various neighborhoods:
We hope you enjoy this change of pace, then please return here May 1, and every day for our daily, hot off the presses event guide with “Only the Best” NYCity event info.
GD: In the age of Covid-19 this info from City Guide is one of the best sources of info on What’s Happening, even if it’s only available in your home, and not in your favorite venue. Stay Safe.
City Guide News Desk
(4/7-4/14) New Yorkers and tourists alike are impacted by COVID-19, but we are resilient. Read on for the latest info about entertainment resources, restaurants still serving amazing meals, closures, and more.
EASTER AND PASSOVER TO GO
Upper West Side favorite The Ribbon has your Passover dining needs covered. They’ve just launched a new “Passover Delivery” service, running at just $34.99 per person. The package includes all the holiday classics: gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, brisket or rotisserie chicken, mashed sweet potatoes, potato pancakes, macaroons, and a bottle of kosher or Israeli wine. Plus, make your own seder plate with The Ribbon’s do-it-yourself kit! theribbonnyc.com/passover-delivery
Among the many to-go options available at Benjamin Steakhouse you’ll find an “Easter Feast” this Sunday. A cook-at-home basket of packaged meats for four includes thick-cut Canadian bacon, Benjamin Steaksauce, and USDA prime burgers, ribeye, and porterhouse
Morton’s The Steakhouse is offering Easter dinner to go on Sunday: dinner for two is $109 and “Chef’s Table” home kits start at $119.
The Metropolitan Opera will be streaming operas FREE nightly.
The New York Public Library has access to more than 300,000 FREE e-books and e-audio books.
Discover the best of New York, from hidden gems to iconic landmarks, through The New York Landmarks Conservancy’s “Tourist in your own Town” Video Series.
WFUV LIVE ONLINE (April 9-15)
4/9 – Radiohead streams Live From a Tent in Dublin show from October, 2000 at 5pm ET
4/10 – The Grateful Dead stream Truckin’ Up To Buffalo show from 7/4/89 at 8pm ET
4/11 – “People Supporting Artists” Telethon at 7pm ET: Rosanne Cash, Los Lobos, Keb Mo, Shovels & Rope, John Osborne, Soccer Mommy, JD McPherson, Jim Lauderdale, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Courtney Marie Andrews, Jonathan Wilson, Madison Cunningham, The Lone Bellow, Nicole Atkins and more perform live from Nashville to benefit MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund
4/11 – Guitar Mash Virtual Campfire, 5pm: Sing and play along with David Broza
4/11 – “G. Love’s Home Show Pop Off” the 5pm livestreamed show supports the staff of Brooklyn Bowl
4/13 – The National: ‘An Exciting Communal Event’ – Monday evenings at 5pm ET, streaming classic live sets and rare footage
STAY HOME FOR A BIT LONGER – STAY SAFE.