New York City’s ever-evolving culinary scene offers something for every budget. Being on a budget shouldn’t mean you don’t enjoy flavorful food. Check out one of these classic New York spots for the city’s best cheap eats.
Vanessa’s Dumpling House
With locations in Chinatown, Union Square and Williamsburg, this dumpling shop serves up enticing noodles and dumplings at even more enticing prices — the most expensive item on the menu is $6. Try the pork-fried buns. An order of three costs $1.25.
Seafood lovers, try Fish for a great raw bar deal. Order either six blue point oysters or six clams and a drink (a Pabst Blue Ribbon, glass of Chardonnay or glass of Merlot) for $9.
A New York City institution, the hot dog shop is known for their “recession special.” At $6, the meal includes two hot dogs and a drink. Sauerkraut and onions are free. Gray’s Papaya is open 24 hours.
This popular falafel restaurant has two locations in Manhattan, plus other storefronts in New Jersey. Enjoy a falafel sandwich for $3.50. If you’re really hungry, order a sandwich plate, with double the amount of sandwich plus a salad for $6.
For a classic New York slice, stop by New York City favorite Joe’s Pizza. A plain slice costs $2.75.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. With flights from the United States to Japan and all of Asia, it's the perfect airline to book your next trip with. From ANA's amazing in-flight food to its excellent customer service, it comes as no surprise ANA has been awarded five stars for its seventh consecutive year by the SKYTRAX World Airline Rating.
Visiting distant locations is no longer enough for the modern traveler. Travelers no longer look to simply check famous landmarks off their bucket lists, they are looking for unique experiences, a way to immerse themselves in a culture. Traveling Spoon is leading the way by creating a unique experience that gives adventurers, especially avid foodies, a whole new perspective on a destination.
Nyepi is the traditional New Year according to the Balinese Saka calendar, and is often referred to as the Balinese Day of Silence. It’s a day of quiet reflection and a perfect time to experience the true beauty of Bali away from the rampant nightlife and music.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.