We pride ourselves on having good taste (buds). So much so that we curate a list the top lunch places to eat around our Herald Square offices. With literally hundreds of options within a couple of blocks, it’s an indispensable resource for newbies, visitors, or any fearless foodies looking for a new place to try. Check out our list below:
Sophie’s offers fresh and authentic Cuban cuisine. There are 7 Sophie’s restaurants in Manhattan and we are lucky to be just a short walk away from one of them.
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Kati rolls are a popular street food found all over Kolkata, India. The Kati Roll Company gives New York City a taste of Kolkata, with its authentic Indian inspired cuisine. The word “kati” means skewer and kati rolls are made of skewer-grilled ingredients stuffed in paratha flatbread and topped with chutneys and spices.
AYZA Wine & Chocolate Bar provides a first-class dining experience through their unique menu. AYZA Wine & Chocolate Bar, offers its guests the finest food and wine in an elegant, yet comfortable atmosphere, in which to dine and meet with friends (or colleagues).
Wafels & Dinges makes authentic Belgian Waffles with deliciously sweet toppings. They were tired of going to diners serving waffles made of pancake batter so they decided to offer something much better. Check them out when you are craving dessert for lunch.
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Like the food court you can find in your local mall, but better. It is just step away from New York’s Penn Station (they are actually connected) and houses some great food spots that cater to just about any dietary need or preference. Grab a bite here before running to catch your train home from work.
Tacombi offers customers authentic Mexican cuisine. They offer high quality tacos at a great value. Tacombi source locally and ethically from farmers and fishermen who raise and catch hormone and antibiotic free meat and fish.
Untamed Sandwiches makes sandwiches, salads, and plates made of 100% sustainable ingredients. All of the meat that Untamed uses is free-range, grass-fed and comes from the happiest and healthiest animals you’ve ever met.
Shake Shack started from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. The cart was a success, with customers lined up daily for three summers. Now, Shake Shack is a franchise that New Yorkers will argue tastes better here than anywhere else.