If there's one thing I love, it's food so of course one of the most important things for me when traveling, is trying some fun and delicious foods! When I booked my trip to New York, I researched all must-try foods and after trying everything I could squeeze in, I narrowed it down to my Top Six snack-must-eats in NYC!
If you like doughnuts, then Dough is a must! Their doughnuts taste homemade and bonus: they are twice as big as a normal doughnut. The store is located almost next to the Flatiron building, so if you're going there anyway I would say it's a no-brainer. The store has two locations - you can also find it in Brooklyn.
Ample Hill Creamery, Brooklyn
This ice cream shop in Brooklyn is famous and I see why. They have really fun flavours and instagram-friendly interior. There was a line, however, it went really fast and I got my ice cream in no time. I chose the cookie dough flavour because I'm a sucker for chocolate chip cookies.
More fun ice cream! In Chinatown or East Village you can buy the famous bubble waffles with whatever ice cream and topic you prefer. I had to try this, because I've always seen it in pictures and wanted to taste it myself.
Dominique Ansel Bakery, SoHo
As earlier stated, I am a sucker for cookie dough. Which is why I had to try the famous cookie and milk shots! You buy these "glass" made of cookie dough with a chocolate interior. Then you get a small bottle of milk and you take the shot. Easy peasy. The shots were kinda expensive and they didn't have any freshly baked - still a trip worth I would say. And the bakery also has tons of other baked goods.
Pretzels, Central Park
I guess you can get Pretzels almost everywhere in New York, but it was a really nice snack when walking around in Central Park. In Denmark we don't really eat or have pretzels, but we looooooove bread, which is why I think it's something to try when in New York. It's really salty bread, which is different than bread in Denmark, but I like it!
The Bagel Store, Chelsea Market
Get a rainbow bagel with creme cheese. I've never seen a bagel in those colours that actually tasted good before! Also the Chelsea Market in general has lots of food worth trying! It's located near the Highline and worth a visit.
That was my six food-stops in New York! If you haven't gotten enough, then Gansevoort Market is also pretty cool. If you want pizza, then try the famous Joe's Pizza. I didn't get to try it because it was closed the day I visited unfortunately, but it's on my list for next time!
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