Snapchat-worthy Food Joints in NYC

For food lovers, Snapchat is a source of unadulterated bliss. It lets them have access to behind-the-
scenes, front-row looks at food preparation and interesting food and non-food items from the food industry bloggers, chefs and food sites. In fact, it’s not just the Snapchat. Food Writing has taken the world of social media by storm and other popular platforms like Facebook and Instagram are inundated with
super addictive, luscious listicles.
But then the food-focused Facebook and Instagram profiles are places of graceful and gorgeous
photography. While Snapchat, with its ephemeral content, is just another story. However, all these
platforms have one thing in common, i.e. the ability to share original content with friends and
followers. And this makes it possible for you and your content to go viral in a matter of hours.
To help you post delicious, drool-worthy stories all day long, here are some of the wackiest food joints in
NYC with some of the culinary offerings:
1. Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Gnudi at The Spotted Pig: Before you feel the flow of this warm and
delectable dish burst into your mouth, quickly grab a snap of these game-changing, ethereal
orbs.
Where: West Village, Manhattan
2. Taiyaki: An ice-cream shop in New York City’s Chinatown, is one of the newest social media
sensations. Serving a ‘fishy’ desert in fish-shaped Japanese cakes, it definitely deserves a mention
in one of your Snapchat stories.
Where: Baxter Street, Manhattan
3. Two Hands: Trying to rake in some likes and shares, go and order this too-pretty- to-eat acai
bowl for breakfast.
Where: Mott Street, Manhattan
4. S’MAC – Sarita’s Macaronni and Cheese: We all love Snapchat. We all live Mac and Cheese. And
we cannot ask for more.
Where: East Village, Manhattan
Almost all of us eat with our eyes first. Get to the amazing food joints to share some of the best food
porn pictures with the foodies in your circle.

You wouldn’t believe if I told you how many times I’ve missed my last bus from NYC to DC for indulging in delicacies I saw on Snapchat.

I couldn’t help it. I just had to.

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