"The Buppie Foodie"

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  • Cornerstone Cafe (East Village)

      Cornerstone Cafe is a cute little hole is the wall restaurant, which is known for serving up a tasty brunch on the weekends. Their dinner is decent as well and they offer outdoor seating as well. The drinks, especially the sangrias are very tasty! Cuisine: American, Italian

  • Cabo (Rockville Centre)

    Cabo is neighborhood Mexican hot spot in Rockville Centre, Long Island. While it’s not the best Mexican in Long Island; the atmosphere, decent drinks and daily specials make Cabo a must try if you’re in the area. The service can sometimes be hit or miss, depending on how busy they read more

  • The Original Pierre Maspero’s (French Quarter)

      The Original Pierre Maspero offers classic New Orleans Cajun Fare, without the crazy Bourbon Street lines. The food is decent and the menu is extensive, making it a good spot if you’re with a group and/or having a hard time deciding what you want. The service is decent, the read more

  • Cafe Beignet (French Quarter)

    Cafe Beignet is a great spot to satisfy you beignet cravings while in NOLA . the beignets are delicious and arguably some of the best in NOLA. If you’re looking for a Cafe Du Monde, alternative, this may be the spot the check out. Breakfast is served all day. New read more

  • Parlay Gastropub (Rockville Centre)

    Parlay Gastropub is a cute and rustic Rockville Centre restaurant and bar, which serves craft beer, libations and food. The Brunch menu is very extensive and includes a good variety of pancakes, french toast, eggs and burgers. Brunch also includes one complimentary mimosa or you can go “bottomless” for $15 read more

  • Peaches (Bed-Stuy)

    Located on the ground level of a historic Brownstone itself, Peaches is an American, urban rustic restaurant, with hints of southern flare. If you want to try somewhere “different” and away from the Manhattan rush, you should definitely give this place a try! Trust me, you won’t regret it!  

  • Cabana (Forest Hills)

        Cabana is a vibrant Nuevo Latino restaurant in the Forrest Hill neighborhood. The crowd is always fun and in my experience, the service has always been prompt, friendly and accommodating. The food is simply delicious and bursting with authentic Latin American flavors. I always get the Churrasco; Latin American read more

  • Delilah (LES)

    Delilah is a sleek Lower East Side restaurant and lounge.  Overall, Delilah is a solid happy hour destination where the cocktails are delicious and the happy hour appetizers are very tasty. The service is good and the ambiance is relaxed and chic.  The shaved Brussels sprouts and the Portobello Sliders read more


      Pies N Thighs is a popular Williamsburg , perfect for getting brunch, and fried chicken.  The restaurant also offers delicious homemade pies and other Southern “comfort food”.There’s always a wait for brunch, so get there early!  

  • The PokéSpot (East Village)

    If you’re hip to the NYC Instagram food pic scene, then I’m sure you’ve seen The PokéSpot’s famous avocado boats.  the East Village’s  poke restaurant also offers fresh snow crab as a protein option. Cuisine: Poke, Hawaiian