Nikko DurenNYC Staff Writer
Born and raised in California, Nikko moved to New York after critiquing their way to a degree at Berkeley. Outside of predicting the next big fashion and food collaboration, Nikko supports the New York team as editorial assistant. Though not an avid cook or party host, Nikko enjoys watching videos about how to set a table for a fancy dinner party.
It’s one of the most exciting dining neighborhoods in the city. Here’s where you should be eating.
California Grill is a Salvadoran restaurant in Virgil Village that serves great pupusas.
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This taco spot in South Park doesn’t really have a name, but everyone calls it Tire Shop Taqueria, and they make excellent carne asada.
Sarashina Horii is a high-end soba restaurant in Flatiron where you should take someone for an impressive dinner date.
Dosa Royale is a neighborhood South Indian spot in Clinton Hill that fortunately never gets too packed.
F&F Pizzeria is an excellent Carroll Gardens slice shop from the people behind Frankies 457 Spuntino and Franks Wine Bar.
Rangoon is an excellent Burmese restaurant in Crown Heights. Come for your next date night, small group dinner, or solo outdoor meal.
A casual Salvadoran spot in Woodside where you’ll find excellent pupusas, tacos, and tamales.
Ras Plant Based, a vegan Ethiopian spot in Bed-Stuy, is one of the best date night spots in Brooklyn.
Casa Enrique is home to the best Mexican food in New York City.