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The 5 Most Unique Restaurants in NYC to Try This Summer
June 18, 2017, 8:45 p.m.
Dirty Candy on 86th Allen Street
Amanda Cohen fulfills our healthy needs by proving that vegetables can be the main course, and a delicious one at that. At Dirty Candy, veggies become the star of all their meals by showcasing in a unique way the wonderful taste of vegetables. Try the onion chocolate tarts, curried cauliflower, and corn boil which will not only surprise and delight you, but rethink your vegetable eating habits. The ambiance matches the beauty of each dish with a modern but relaxed setting.
The Black Ant at 60 2nd Avenue
This restaurant stays true to its name by showcasing our insect friends as some of the centerpiece ingredient within certain dishes. That is right, you can try black ant guacamole or grasshopper-crusted shrimp, giving you an extra spice and a bit of protein. This Mexican style restaurant blends unique taste with a wild-food experience making you realize, “life is short.” Enjoy!
Butcher Paper Dinners at Brooklyn Grange on 37th Northern Boulevard, Long Island City
This rooftop farm to table experience puts a twist on outside eating. The setting is around a massive, fifty foot reclaimed oak table with a bed of vegetables spread out while covered in butcher paper. The dishes all revolve around the seasons fresh produce and rotating lineup of New York City’s most inventive and innovative chefs. No two meals are ever a like and if you desire to have a unique and nature-filled experience, overlooking breathtaking views of New York city, visit during the summer when they host Sunday afternoon events for the foodie lovers. All of the NYC Rooftop Bar specialists think this restaurant is a MUST-go to this summer.
Jekyll and Hyde Club on 91 7th Avenue S
This is a truly unique and spooky dining experience for the whole family. This summer, if you desire to have dinner with table-side entertainment ranging from Frankenstein to the mummy, then visit Jekyll and Hyde Club. This 62-dish filled restaurant offers Create-Your-Own-Monster burgers and a cheese bandaged sirloin called, The Mummy. The walls are adorned with unique and adventurous items from spooky décor to treasures collected by Jekyll and Hyde. This is summer-dining fun for the whole family.
Ninja New York on 25th Hudson St.
Visit Tribeca’s own, ninja filled restaurant where ninja stars fly by your ear and performance artists showcase their ninja skills. Keep yourself alert because your waiters are dressed like ninjas and they perform nun-chuck tricks and ninja assassin moves randomly, catching you off guard but always entertaining you. This Japanese cuisine restaurant even has a ninja magician that comes out during dessert. The restaurant is windowless created to depict a traditional ninja village and it’s laid out like a maze with numerous hiding spots for ninjas to come in and out of. Enjoy a three or four-course meal, or order a la carte, the ninja show is about to begin!
By NYC Rooftop Bar Crawl