Best New York City Meat Blogs

Eating in New York City can be like trying to have sex with an extra-terrestrial on Mars: you’re in a strange place, and you just don’t know where to begin. And a search for “NYC Food Blog” won’t necessarily help, since the city is magnet for the type of gourmet hipsters that just love to write up whatever $80 meal they enjoyed before puking it up during some binge drinking and replacing it with 3 free hotdogs from Rudy’s. That’s why I’ve found the best places to read about cheap NYC eats.

The title of best NYC food blogger goes to NYCFoodGuy, whose incredibly detailed and helpful entries about diners, burger joints, taco trucks and everything else cheap and tasty in the city make for essential reading, whether you’re moving into your Williamsburg loft or sleeping on a friend’s couch in Morningside Heights for the weekend. Go to his site, and within five minutes you’ll have found lunch and dinner spots for the next three weeks.

NYMag’s Grub Street is great for obsessive NYC Restaurant news junkies; their “Two for Eight” daily report, where they find good restaurants with open tables, comes in handy.

Other NYC blogs I find interesting and useful are: Life with Food & Drink, Midtown Lunch, and NYC Nosh. Slice will lead you to the city’s best pizza (Hint: it’s at DiFara’s). I’m sure more quality NYC blogs are out there; feel free to bug me if you know of one.

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