Our New York City #Foodable25 rankings haven’t shifted much since we rolled out the city ranking in September. This shows us what we already expected of a solid food city like New York: consistency and loyalty amongst local consumers. There were, however, shifts throughout the usual contenders, as well as some new players in the game. Congratulations to Lafayette, American Cut, Betony, and Piora, who all made the list for the first time this month.
Alder jumped into the Top 10 (up from No. 22), as did Dirt Candy (up from No. 15). The Spotted Pig and Balthazar both fell into the second half of the list.
Topping the list for November is Locanda Verde, TriBeCa’s Italian taverna, with a Social Score of 142.73. Driven by Chef Andrew Carmellini, Locanda Verde’s menu includes items like Lamb Meatball Sliders, Pumpkin Agnolotti and Pomegranate-Glazed Duck, amongst other delectable dishes. The restaurant has received high praise from The New York Times, Esquire, GQ and Bon Appetit, yet remains casual and affordable, making it approachable while maintaining its high quality and value.
|16||The Spotted Pig||134.65|
|25||DB Bistro Moderne||128.74|