The Best New Restaurant Dishes to Try in NYC This March
With so many chefs and restaurant owners joining forces and adding new items to the menu, there’s always something new to try in this city. In the food and drink world, a new month marks new dishes – this is our guide to the best to try this month…
Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings
If you’ve been following Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings for a while, you may know the dumpling spot offers a special flavor every month. The March special marries dumplings with a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, featuring grass-fed beef, caramelized onions, peppers, cheddar and provolone.
Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings, 179 2nd Avenue, NY 10003
With activated charcoal being all the rage right now, The Sosta and Olivia Perez (Friend of a Friend founder) have created the cacio e perez, with activated charcoal spaghetti, pecorino and black pepper. And in celebration of Woman’s History Month, you can get whipped beet ricotta on toasted focaccia – move over avo toast, you’ve had your time.
The Sosta, 186 Mott Street, NY 10012
Mile End Deli
To celebrate the opening of a Nashville location, Mile End Deli offers a Nashville-style ‘Hot Chicken’ Poutine, loaded with spicy fried chicken (shocking), pickles, cheese curds and white ‘Bama sauce. It’s best to leave your diet at home.
Mile End Deli, 53 Bond Street, NY 10012; 97a Hoyt Street, NY 11217
Be prepared for an even longer lunch line at Sweet Green, because legendary chef Nancy Silverton – co-owner of the Mozza Restaurant Group and winner of James Beard’s Outstanding Chef Award – has brought her signature chopped salad to the menu.
Sweet Green, various locations
Sunday in Brooklyn
If you can restrain from ordering the malted pancakes, Sunday in Brooklyn has several new brunch items on the menu, including grilled lavash with mushroom, ramp kimchi and fried eggs.
Sunday in Brooklyn, 348 Wythe Avenue, NY 11249
Black Seed Bagels x Seamore’s
The Black Seed collaborations just keep getting better. This month they’ve partnered with Seamore’s, offering a sesame and poppy seed beet bagel, with smoked bluefish salad, avocado, fried shallots and kale slaw – add a fried egg for the ultimate experience.
Black Seed Bagels, 170 Elizabeth Street, NY 10012; 20 Vesey Street, NY 10080; 167 First Avenue, NY 10009
Seamore’s, 390 Broome Street, NY 10013; 161 8th Avenue, NY 10011
Michelin-Starred Chef Jeremiah Langhorne (of The Dabney Restaurant in Washington DC) takes over Chefs Counter Club this month, cooking seasonal mid-Atlantic dishes such as smoked trout dip with BBQ’d cornmeal crackers and pickled red onions.
Chefs Club, 275 Mulberry Street, NY 10012
The Doughnut Project
From March 9 to 11, The Doughnut Project will serve the Patron XO Café Tiramisu Doughnut, with a mascarpone cream filling, Patron glaze, Patron Chantilly cream and a house-made lady finger – the best of both worlds.
The Doughnut Project, 10 Morton Street, NY 10014
Featured Image: Seamore’s