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5 Not-To-Be-Missed New York City Taste Sensations

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When visiting any city, it’s always a good idea to make a list of the things you want to see and do so you don’t miss out on a quintessential experience. If eating is one of them and you’re a food lover visiting The Big Apple this summer, here are five not-to-be-missed tastes of the city to add to your list.

New York City has always been a melting pot of cultures and cuisines so it’s not surprising that many of these foodie favorites arrived here via Ellis Island. Not only will these legendary foods rattle your taste buds but they may also evoke a bit of nostalgia about your heritage.

If anything on the list whets your appetite and you can’t travel to New York soon enough—here’s the good news: Each of these gustatory experiences is available for nationwide delivery.


New York Bagels

Bagels at Russ & Daughters in New York (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Although bagels have become a global phenomenon, they never taste quite the same when removed from their New York “terroir.” The DNA for the bagel originated in Poland, a recipe brought to the Lower East Side of New York by Jewish immigrants. Some experts suggest that the city’s tap water, an essential ingredient in the bagel-making process, may be what sets the New York version apart from the rest. Others correctly note that the production process isn’t precisely replicated most other places.

Bagels from Russ & Daughters, a New York City landmark since 1914, are the real deal. They’re first boiled in water and then baked in a revolving oven. At the Russ & Daughters Café on Orchard Street, you’ll be able to order a bagel (or bialy, another baked delicacy with a Polish pedigree) of your choice along with a cutting board with smoked fish and cream cheese….Click Here To Keep Reading

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