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Here Are New Yorkers’ Top 10 Snow Day Takeout Orders

Claire Leaden Claire Leaden

Here Are New Yorkers’ Top 10 Snow Day Takeout Orders

There’a nothing like a snow day in NYC!

And while you’re enjoying the stunning winter wonderland that the city has turned into, you’re bound to be craving some delicious comfort food to cuddle up with in your apartment. So, we asked you what your favorite snow day takeout orders were, and here are your answers! Plus it’s a great opportunity to support your local New York restaurants.

A friendly reminder: treat restaurant and delivery people especially kindly during this time, as it’s been tough during the pandemic and especially tough during bad weather. Also, be sure to tip well!

1. Soup Dumplings from Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao: Flushing, Queens

Where: 39-16 Prince Street, #104 Flushing

How: Order Online

*They’re also on our “best soup dumplings in NYC list too!”

2. Mapo Tofu from Chow House: Greenwich Village

Where: 181 Bleeker St.

How: Order Online

3. Sesame Chicken & Lo Mein from New Sunny East 88, Upper East Side

Where: 1680 1st Avenue, New York

How: Call 1-212-876-9332

4. Thin Crust Pizza, Gruppo: East Village

Where: 98 Avenue B, (bet. E 6th and E 7th St.)

How: Order Online

5. Lamb & Gyro Platter from Yia Yias: Upper East Side

Where: 404 E 69th Street

How: Call  (212) 452-1210 or order on their website.

6. Breakfast All Day, Remedy Diner: Lower East Side

Where: 45 East Houston St.

How: Call 212-677-5110 or order from their website.

7. Loaded Hot Dog, Dyckman Dogs: Inwood

Where: 105-A Dyckman St.

How: Via Seamless or GrubHub

8. Hancos Pho, Danbo Ramen: Park Slope, Brooklyn

Where: 52 7th Ave., Brooklyn

How: 718-783-0150

9. Falafel, King of Falafel: Astoria, Queens

Where: 30-15 Broadway, Astoria

How: Call 718-340-8068

10. Borsch and Pierogi, Veselka, East Village

Where: 144 2nd Ave

How:Order Online here.

featured image source: Instagram / @kingoffalafel

In other news: With Indoor Service Banned, These NYC Restaurant Owners Decided To Dine In The Snow Last Night