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8 Best Food Bloggers In NYC

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New York City is known for many things: Lady Liberty, a more-efficient-than-most public transportation system, and Times Square, to name a few. But perhaps one of the most iconic parts of NYC is the insane amount of food options!

There are over 23,000 restaurants in New York City, and it would take someone a whopping 22.7 years to eat at all of them! Obviously, no one has that kind of time, which is why we often turn to food bloggers for guidance.

Today, we’ll highlight eight of the best food bloggers in the Big Apple to help you decide where to satisfy your appetite! 


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1) Indulgent Eats

Kicking off our list of the best food blogs in NYC is Indulgent Eats, a blog dedicated to providing thorough information on the best dining spots in NYC and Hong Kong as well as insanely delicious at-home recipes for you to try.

What we appreciate most about Indulgent Eats are her in-depth, creative NYC guides. She doesn’t just talk about where to eat in the city, but she also discusses particular food “niches” and where to find the BEST of the best.


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2) Secret NYC

Anyone can tell you about the most historic NYC restaurants that have been up and running for decades. But that’s not what you look for in a food blog, is it? 

What you really want to know about are the spots that are hidden, the ones that you won’t find on the front page of TripAdvisor. This is why we’re such big fans of Secret NYC! They live up to their name by providing exclusive updates on some of the city’s more secluded spots. 


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3) SayFromagePlz

It’ll be im-pastable not to find your new favorite NYC restaurant on Nicole’s Instagram (see what we did there?) In all seriousness, SayFromagePlz is a collection of some of New York’s best eateries, with a big emphasis on pasta dishes and general Italian cuisine. We have to warn you, though: One look at her page, and your stomach will be growling like crazy!


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4) Eat This New York

If you’re a fan of keeping things organized, you’ll get around great with Eat This New York’s site. Not only are the posts categorized by type of food, but the navigation goes further to provide you with a collection of New York restaurants separated by country of origin. 

Whether you’re hunting for your new favorite Chilean spot or want a taste of Brazil from right inside the Big Apple, Eat This New York has exactly what you’re looking for!


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5) Mitzie Mee

Sometimes, all you really want is a sweet treat. If that’s the case for you, Mitzie Mee has you covered. Though it has sections dedicated to all types of New York eateries, something that sets this blog apart is its impressive array of cafes, bakeries, and ice cream parlors.


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Photo provided by Rachel Brotman


6) The Carboholic

While it’s great to get general overviews of restaurants, The Carboholic sets itself apart by breaking down individual menu items at certain establishments. It will tell you not only the taste of the meal but also its price and how many stars it would be ranked on a comprehensive scale. Talk about attention to detail!


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7) NYC Food Coma

Not only does NYC Food Coma give you top-notch information about the city’s best eateries, but It also teaches you how to make some of their best dishes right from home! 

Unlike many other food blogs, NYC Food Coma has a dedicated recipe section, including information about what restaurant inspired the recipe to begin with. This is a great way to find your new favorite food in NYC and take that experience home.


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Photo provided by @lyssyinthecity.eats


8) Lyssy In The City

Alyssa’s blog has a very relatable, personal touch, combining food blogging with other informative topics. If you’re looking for commentary on other amazing parts of NYC, like its annual Tulip Festival, for instance, you’ll be sure to get all of the information you need from Lyssy In The City.


If you’re hunting for your next bite in the Big Apple, save our list of the best food bloggers in NYC. No matter what you’re craving, they’ll surely have the scoop on your next favorite New York restaurant.