The Winter Guide | 2017 - 2018
BON APPÉTIT WARM UP THIS WINTER WITH SIX OF OUR FAVORITE SOUP SPOTS!
2nd Ave Deli
Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant
townre.nyc/2ndavedeli 162 East 33rd Street, Midtown East 1442 First Avenue, Upper East Side Often referred to as Jewish Penicillin, some of the best Matzoh Ball Soup is
The Smith townre.nyc/thesmith
townre.nyc/oysterbar Grand Central Terminal, 89 East 42nd Street, Midtown
Locations in East Village, NoMad, Midtown East, Lincoln Square The Roasted Tomato Soup at this New York City brunch favorite adds a twist
served up at the 2nd Ave Deli. Don’t want to leave the house? Then order the Chicken in the Pot, tasty chicken soup with half of a boiled chicken, a matzoh ball, noodles and carrots.
Bring a taste of summer to a cold winter’s day. Serving up both Manhattan and New England-style Clam Chowder along with a full seafood menu, let this Grand Central staple bring you back to warmer weather.
99 Favor Taste
1209 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City
85 Orchard Street, Lower East Side
Reigning as one of New York City’s most creative ramen shops according to New York Magazine, Mu Ramen is a staple of Long Island City, Queens. Be sure to try their signature ramen made with oxtail and bone marrow-based soup and brisket.
A Lower East Side neighborhood favorite, this Vietnamese eatery is known as one of the best places for Pho in New York City. Pho is the the national dish of Vietnam, sure to warm you up on chilly New York night all the same. Try their Pho Bò, beef broth simmered for 24 hours, served with flat rice noodles and beef brisket.
Various locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens
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to every bowl! Every order comes topped with a cheddar melt, similar to a French Onion Soup.
An all-you-can-eat Hot Pot and Barbecue restaurant, 99 Favor Taste offers six choices of broths, and 31 different kinds of fresh vegetable and meats. Bring family and friends and have some fun preparing dinner at your table!
Published on Dec 21, 2017