480 "Lunch" restaurants in New York.
Via Brasil is a classic Brazilian spot in Midtown where you should eat feijoada while listening to live jazz.
Point Brazil is a buffet in Astoria that offers specialty meals on the first Saturday of every month that you should go out of your way for.
Aroma is a Brazilian buffet in Jackson Heights with a great BBQ station in the back.
Beija Flor is a colorful, group-friendly spot in LIC where you’ll find some of the best Brazilian food in NYC.
TAP is an all-day counter-service spot on the Upper West Side where you should pick up savory Brazilian tapioca crepes for lunch.
New York Pão de Queijo is a small all-day Brazilian spot in Astoria where you should order a burger on the outdoor patio.
Berimbau is a casual West Village spot that serves the best Brazilian food in NYC.
Bilao is a Filipino restaurant on the UES that works perfectly for lunch on weekdays and brunch on weekends.
Little Pepper is a Szechuan restaurant in College Point that makes some of our favorite mapo tofu in the city.
Szechuan Mountain House is a casual Szechuan spot in Flushing that makes some of our mapo tofu in the city.
Szechwan Absolute serves great Chongqing chicken and savory-spicy mapo tofu on the second floor of One Fulton Square in Flushing.
V-Nam is a small Vietnamese spot in the East Village where you can pick up a very good bánh mì.