Where to Eat Near New York's Biggest Tourist Attractions

You’ve got your list of New York City landmarks to check out, but you don’t want to waste a single meal while visiting the Big Apple. Luckily for you, there’s good food all over NYC, even in the most touristy areas and you rarely have to walk more than a block or two away from the landmark itself to get to some of the more locally-loved spots. So, get out your map and your camera, and let’s hit the town from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Met.


New York’s far downtown area has undergone a renaissance in recent years. Brookfield Place (230 Vesey St.) is across the West Side Highway with an array of to-go eating options upstairs at Hudson Eats, including Num PangBlack Seed Bagels and Blue Ribbon Sushi. Downstairs is French food hall, Le District (225 Liberty St.), where you can perch at the wine bar for oysters and a glass of bubbly or take your crepe outside to eat while staring across the Hudson River to New Jersey.

Ryan CrownFood and Wine