NYFW COMFORT FOOD

by Mauro
Comfort Food: our favorite hang-outs in NYC
Café Gitane, Nolita
Westville, West Village
Kesté Pizza, Bleecker Street
Indochine, Lafayette Street
Red Farm, Hudson Street
Five Leaves, Brooklyn
La Esquina, Brooklyn
The Smile, NoHo
Miss Lily's, Soho
Café Habana, Nolita
Lovely Day, Nolita

Where we recharge our batteries and warm our souls.

Good morning Pretty Birds,

NYFW starts today, and instead of planning our outfits, we’ve been obsessing for the past few days about the cafés and restaurants we’ll be hitting up between and after shows. There’s nothing like a good hamburger, pastrami egg-roll,  plate of jerk chicken with a side of rice and peas, or a plate of steamed vietnamese ravioli after a long day of shooting street style and rushing to and from shows. Here’s a list of all our favorite places to eat and drink in New York, and for those of you who’ll be going to the Alexander Wang show, be sure to check-out our favorite Brooklyn restos too…

What about you food lovas? Where do you go for comfort food? Let us know!

Café Gitane, 242 Mott Street, Nolita – one of our favorite cafés in town. Take the Petit dejeuner complet and enjoy people watching.

Westville, 210 W 10th Street, West Village – best Oreo milkshake ever.

Indochine, 430 Lafayette Street, NoHo –  steamed vietnamese ravioli, jasmine rice, beautiful people.

Red Farm, 529 Hudson Street, West Village – amazing pastrami egg-roll.

Five Leaves, 18 Bedford Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn – for sandwiches and burgers.

La Esquina, 225 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn – yummy tacos.

The Smile, 26 Bond Street, NoHo – crunchiest chicken and Rosemary potatoes.

Kesté Pizza, 271 Bleecker Street, West Village – the best pizza in town.

Miss Lily’s, 132 West Houston Street at Sullivan Street, SoHo – jamaican food and lots of fun.

Cafe Habana, 17 Prince St, Nolita – comfort food cuban style.

Lovely Day, 196 Elizabeth St (between Spring Street and Prince Street), Nolita – great breakfasts and thai inspired plates.

Margherita Calabi, Giulia Capresi, and Nicoló Andreoni contributed to this post.

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