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Of course you want to get dig into the superb food at Time Out Market New York, but maybe you haven’t got time to head out? Well, we have some good news. You can order delivery from all of these excellent spots below. Check them out and click to order. Easy.

Pancakes and all-day breakfast

Signature dish: Pancakes with warm maple butter and wild Maine blueberries

Chef Neil Kleinberg and DeDe Lahman, who co-own the Lower East Side hot spot, offer their iconic brunch items—think egg sandwiches and latke eggs Benedict—that New Yorkers line up for every weekend.

 

Thai seafood

Signature dish: Coconut Crab Curry

We can’t resist buttery lobster rolls and simple shucked oysters on the half shell, but when it comes to seafood, Fish Cheeks’ coastal Thai preparations are far more exciting. Taking its name from a part of the fish that is considered to be a delicacy in various cultures, Fish Cheeks offers a more nuanced understanding of Thailand’s cuisine: Bangkok-style sour orange curries and chilli jams demonstrate the diversity of the country’s regions. Ohm Suansilphong, who grew up around his parents' restaurant in Thailand, and co-owner Jenn Saesue, bring their Noho restaurant’s family-style joy to the convivial atmosphere of our communal dining tables.

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Homestyle Japanese

Signature dish: A trio of crispy rice

Bessou’s clever take on Japanese comfort food has us craving dishes beyond standard sushi. Owner Maiko Kyogoku, who worked for contemporary artist Takashi Murakami, opened a stylish space in Noho for chef Emily Yuen’s innovative plates, many of which draw from Kyogoku’s family recipes. Yuen adds a modern twist on a classic with her chicken karaage dusted with Moroccan spices—trust us, you won’t be able to resist dipping each forkful into the spicy mayo. We quickly learned that Bessou lives up to its name, which loosely translates from Japanese as ‘second home.’

Southern comfort food

Signature dish: Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich

When Jacob’s Pickles opened on the Upper West Side in 2011, it was one of the first truly cool restaurants in a neighborhood better known for its sleepy dining scene than hip eateries and bars. The back-to-basics menu was one we could get behind (goodbye, stale chicken wings and greasy fries). The Southern-focused spot specializes in comfort foods: Nashville hot chicken, biscuits, mac and cheese and, of course, pickles. Now we have a taste of down-home cooking, punctuated with a fried Oreo for dessert, right here in Brooklyn.

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Steak sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs

Signature dish: Sliders (LaFrieda mini burgers, American cheese, pickles) with a side of tots.

If there’s such a thing as a celebrity butcher, Pat LaFrieda, whose name is on more great menus than Benedict and his eggs, is it. From the vaunted Black Label Burger at Minetta Tavern to the Shake Shack patties, the local purveyor rules the country as the undisputed king of meat. Chefs, butchers and customers alike get their red-meat fix with a mouth-watering array of premium prime cuts. At our Dumbo market, the Brooklyn native will be serving his own signature selections of meat featured in superb cheesesteaks, burgers and ‘the world’s greatest hot dog.

Antipasti and pasta

Signature dish: Spaghetti Alla Chitarra Con Pomodoro

Throughout the years, SA Hospitality Group has opened Italian-inspired restaurants, serving home-style cooking that has attracted a slick New York scene. But FELICE Pasta Bar in Time Out Market is the team’s first foray into all things Brooklyn. We can’t wait to dig into another round of its reliable Tuscan fare, from the hearty, farm-fresh soup to the heaping plates of fettuccine topped with sumptuous veal ragu bolognese. Eating this food is the next best thing to actually being in Italy, all without having to book a flight out of town.

 

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Modern Mexican

Signature dish: Guacamole, chips and salsa (avocado smash, pomegranate, lime, chili-toasted pepitas and hand-made corn tortillas)

If there is an Iron Throne of New York’s Mexican cuisine, this Stark has a claim to it. In this city we adore our taquerias and Mexican food trucks, though, for many of us, the first time we picked up a refined taco off elegant dishware was at an Ivy Stark restaurant—and we’ve been chasing the dragon ever since. Stark brings the élan she perfected at Dos Caminos and Rosa Mexicano to her signature Time Out Market eatery serving elevated Mexican favorites. The dishes are so shareable they’re are guaranteed to make you new friends at a communal table.

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