From shawarma bowl brunch to vegan bbq.
From bus station Impossible Burgers to hospital enchiladas.
Indeed, it sounds fancy, and looks it, too. But while the presentation is upscale, the preparation is decidedly Old World.
When national magazines declare us “America’s best food city,” it’s not just because of the quality of the food here, but the sheer prevalence of it.
Heavy metal pizza, rock’n’roll hot dogs and devilish sandwiches.
The city’s best sandwich, its oldest pizza slices and its tweest sushi.
New Mexican cuisine, Vietnamese street food and the best damn fried chicken in town.