Travel Tuesday: 5 Fabulous Places to Eat in NYC!

BY: - 26 Mar '13 | Travel

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NYC Eats

Are you are planning a trip to the city that never sleeps? New York City! After all the sightseeing, taking in a Broadway show, and the fabulous shopping at the flagship Macy’s on 32nd street you’ll want to get something yummy for your tummy.

1. Red Rooster

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Cue Jay-Z and Alicia Key's 'Empire State of Mind...' We've picked five fabulous places in NYC to get your grub on! Our first fabulous restaurant is in the heart of Harlem and happens to be a favorite restaurant of our First Lady Michelle Obama. Named after a legendary Harlem speakeasy, 'Red Rooster' celebrates American cuisine and the culinary traditions of Harlem. Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson is the owner and a Harlem resident. Be sure to try the 'chickety split!' :-) Reservations are strongly suggested! Before you drop by, visit www.redrooster.com to make yours today.

BMWK family — Do you have a favorite restaurant/deli/bakery in NYC that you want to add to the list?

By The Travelin Diva (Kirstin N. Fuller)

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Kirstin N. Fuller aka The Travelin Diva is a DC based travel journalist bringing fellow travelers the best deals on family vacations, couples retreats, spa getaways, the best travel gadgets and more in BMWK's exclusive Travel Tuesday & Weekend Travel Guide columns. Check out her new travel blog daily for more deals & destinations www.passenger156.com.

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3 WordPress comments on “Travel Tuesday: 5 Fabulous Places to Eat in NYC!

  1. CA

    Buka in Brooklyn: Awesomely authentic Nigerian food wit great reviews. As a Nigerian American I’m wary of African restaurants because I compare them to mom’s cooking, but this place is legit. Has an awesome intimate, artsy vibe too.
    http://bukanewyork.com/

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    1. Kirstin (aka The Travelin Diva)

      Thanks CA! I will definitely give ‘Buka’ in Brooklyn a try. If it’s close to your Mom’s cooking, I am there! :-)

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