Featuring guac, queso, and bacon, these dreamy fries don’t even need ketchup.
Fry Guys, 150 East 2nd Street (between Avenue A and Avenue B); 917-319-7179.
Supermoon’s croissant flavors are anything, but ordinary — and this clever mash-up doesn’t disappoint.
Supermoon Bakehouse, 120 Rivington Street (between Essex and Norfolk).
Cereal lovers already snack on the breakfast food for dessert — Milk & Cream Cereal Bar just made it official.
Milk & Cream Cereal Bar, 159 Mott Street (between Broome and Grand).
These giant, doughy funfetti cookies from Chip will take you right back to childhood.
Chip NYC, 30-06 34th Street (between 33rd and 34th); 917-745-0101.
Not your grandma’s lasagna, this take happens to look especially good on camera.
Don Angie, 103 Greenwich Ave; 212-889-8884.
If you love vodka sauce on pasta, you’ll love it on pizza, too.
Old Rose, 113 Jane St (between West and Washington); 212-255-4143.
The Loyal’s sundae set will make you feel like you’re on the set of Willy Wonka.
The Loyal, 289 Bleecker Street (between Barrow and Jones); 212-488-5800.
You’ve probably already seen the videos of these hue-shifting noodles on Instagram, but this dish is even more magical in person.
Thaimee, 160 N 12th Street (between Bedford and Berry); 718-218-7500 x120.
Wagu beef plus fresh uni is a nigiri match made in heaven.
Sushi on Jones, multiple locations.
Fast casual pasta that doesn’t taste fast or casual.
The Sosta, 186 Mott Street (between Kenmare and Broome); 212-988-9028.
This photo says it all.
BYGGYZ, 37-39 Clinton Street (between Stanton and Rivington).
Aside form the clever name, cacio e pepe is delicious in all forms.
Raviolo, 57 7th Ave South; 917-675-6319.
Cauliflower continues to be one of 2017’s trendiest ingredients so it’s no surprise that this sandwich is a hit.
Taim, multiple locations.
This high-brow burger with all the (important) fixings is definitely worth trying (and ‘gramming).
4 Charles Prime Rib, 4 Charles Street (between Greenwich and Waverly); 212-561-5992.