Juliette Hogan's Where to Eat Guide to New York
Posted: Nov 19 2014
some of you may know this already, but the juliette hogan team are into food. in a big way. juliette's latest trip to new york involved a lot of work but just as much dining… see below her list of must see's next time you're in new york…
musket room - amazing. nz chef and michelin star restaurant. 265 Elizabeth St, New York
shake shack - good fast food burgers with such good thick-shakes (here are heaps all over manhattan)
red rooster - way up in harlem. it does proper southern american soul food. we had the best fried chicken. and the customers were some of the coolest/best dressed people we saw in new york
zenchiki - japanese in williamsburg. you are tucked away in your own dark alcove. we did the degustation. some of the best japanese i have ever had.
la superior - 295 berry st in brooklyn. cheap and underground, it was the best mexican i have tasted. ever. i dream about that place.
le sequin - more mexican in williamsburg. so good.
diner - willamsburg. a slightly more fancy place to east but delicious and cool interior.
egg - went here from brunch almost every day. they did a 'rothko' egg in bread with cheese all over it. it was to die for.
the mercer kitchen - the food and service here were amazing. a little posh but just heavenly.
clinton st bakery - 4 clinton street between houston and delancey. best banana milk shake ever.
elieen's cheesecakes - 17 cleveland place. so good.
on the way to a wedding in new york wearing the SS/2014 kelvin skirt.
this is the beautiful bride for the wedding i attended in new york wearing a bespoke dress made for her big day.