Wings from Thailand on 10th Ave and 56th NYC

Wings from Thailand on 10th Ave and 56th NYC

Baltimore’s best hot dogs. Their tag line says it all. No mention of their amazing chili but G&A must be doing something right as 2012 will mark their 75th anniversary on Eastern Ave.

Their site - http://www.gandarestaurant.com/

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/12/g-restaurant.html

For many years I’ve been making annual visits to Massachusetts and I’ve even spent time living up there. Somehow Dunn-Gaherin’s has always been off my radar even though it was right up the street from the church I used to attend. Anyway, I found my way to Dunn-Gaherin’s in Newton, MA on my most recent visit and am seriously looking forward to going back and getting another Dubliner. WOW! What an amazing burger and it was cooked to perfection!

Their site - http://www.dunngaherins.com/

My Review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/12/dunn-gaherins.html

Nestled in the heart of NYC, Bourbon Street looks like it was plucked out of the French Quarter and dropped into NYC. They’re serving up some delicious cuisine from the Big Easy along with drinks that make every day Mardi Gras in Manhattan.

Their site - http://www.bourbonny.com/index.aspx

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/12/bourbon-street.html

All puffs are not created equally and Papa just makes ‘em best! Don’t believe me? Look at their site, it’s right on the main page. Oh sure, I know you’re thinking that anyone can say that their product is the best but stop being such a skeptic and go to 2167 Broadway to get your puff on!

Their site - http://www.muginohointl.com/

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/11/beard-papa.html

Some like it hot. I like it hotter. Candlelight Inn kicks the Scoville Scale into overdrive with Chernobyl - some of the hottest wings I’ve ever tried.


For more - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/11/candlelight-inn.html

Not too far from the Lincoln Tunnel, on the Jersey side (SORRY!) is Zinburger. Clifton NJ’s hot new burger spot. It’s worth the trip!

Their site -http://www.zinburgernj.com/

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/11/zinburger.html

Another KCMO BBQ disappointment. This time from Gates Bar-B-Q.

Their site -http://www.gatesbbq.com/Default.aspx

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/10/gates-bar-b-q.html

Arthur Bryant’s - KC BBQ. Before getting to KC I looked around and a lot of sources called A. Bryant’s “can’t miss” KC BBQ. Upon arrival, I asked a lot of locals and all suggested Arthur Bryant’s. I regret to inform them that I really did not enjoy this food at all. Neither did my homeboy.

Their site - http://www.arthurbryantsbbq.com/index.htm

My review -http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/10/arthur-bryants.html

Lombardi’s. NYC’s first and finest pizzeria. It’s worth the wait as I dream of this white pie daily. If you haven’t been here, I suggest you get there soon!

Their site - http://www.firstpizza.com/ (What an awesome name for a website!)

My review - http://5boroughfoodguys.blogspot.com/2011/08/lombardis.html