587 "Lunch" restaurants in New York.
Upside Pizza in Soho is a great slice shop that serves a tangy cheese slice made with sourdough.
Ace’s in Williamsburg is where you should go for the best Detroit-style pizza in the city and to have a BYOB pizza party.
Hummus Kitchen is a casual Middle Eastern spot in Kips Bay serving great hummus, along with about 10 other delicious things.
Native Noodles is a Singaporean spot in Washington Heights that makes great laksa and chili crab.
Cafe Alula in Greenpoint serves Lebanese food all day, and it’s a particularly nice to place for a working lunch or a coffee date.
Safir Bakery in Sheepshead Bay specializes in both sweet and savory Turkish baked goods
Jimmy's Famous Heroes in Sheepshead Bay might just make the best Italian sandwiches in Brooklyn.
Lagman House is a Dungan restaurant in Sheepshead Bay specializing in hand-pulled noodles from Western China and Central Asia.
Brennan & Carr is a classic spot in Sheepshead Bay known for its roast beef sandwiches.
Keika Ramen is an excellent ramen spot in Forest Hills with a nice patio just off of Austin Street.
If you work in Midtown and want better lunch options, get to know Tengri Tagh and their delicious Uyghur noodle and lamb dishes.
Chick Chick on the UWS serves an entire menu dedicated to Korean fried chicken, and you should (in turn) dedicate yourself to their entire menu.
Culpepper’s is a casual spot for beach-inspired Caribbean classics in Crown Heights.
Mi Paso is a Salvadoran spot in Washington Heights with solid pupusas. Make sure to get one with zanahoria y queso.