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Dominique Ansel Bakery

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Our Tip If you're looking for great french pastries, don't miss this staggeringly good bakery from Dominique Ansel, former pastry chef at Daniel.
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15 Can't-Miss Ice Cream Sandwiches in NYC

15 Can't-Miss Ice Cream Sandwiches in NYC

With "elevated" versions of childhood classics everywhere these days, it's no surprise there are plenty of great ice cream sandwiches around. Which ones are really worth your money? We gathered some old friends and our new favorites for the ice cream sandwiches you shouldn't miss.

Where to Eat Ice Cream in New York City

Where to Eat Ice Cream in New York City

New York isn't short on places to get a scoop, but we've all had that moment when we're standing on the corner wondering where on earth to go. That's why we put together a list of all the places we like to satisfy our craving—from good, everyday ice cream to stand-out spots.

19 Sandwiches in NYC That Bring the Heat

19 Sandwiches in NYC That Bring the Heat

When we think about spiced-up sandwiches, we're not looking for those that blow our faces off with heat. Rather, we're after subtle and smart uses of chilies and hot spices that tickle our tongues and send us back for our bite. Here are 19 of our favorites in New York.

The Best Sandwiches of 2013 in NYC

The Best Sandwiches of 2013 in NYC

2013 has been a great year for sandwiches in New York. We welcomed some new favorites with roast beef, brisket, and several kinds of pork. We uncovered some outstanding tortas in the far reaches of Brooklyn and Queens. We explored the subtleties of what makes a great chicken parm. And we said goodbye to one of the city's finest purveyors of mozzarella. Here are our favorite NYC sandwiches from 2013.

Triple Deckers, Meat Tornadoes, and Pastrami Pile-Ups: 15 Enormous Sandwiches in NYC

Triple Deckers, Meat Tornadoes, and Pastrami Pile-Ups: 15 Enormous Sandwiches in NYC

There's something uniquely comforting about a big, hefty sandwich, and New York might have the world's greatest supply. But only a few can be described as super-mega-massively-Dagwood-Bumstead-esque comically large, and fewer still that actually taste good beneath their heft. When such a sandwich comes along, we believe it deserves some recognition.