NYC CHEAP Food Guide- 13 AFFORDABLE Places That Taste GOOD in New York City !

NYC CHEAP Food Guide- 13 AFFORDABLE Places That Taste GOOD in New York City !

What’s up Members of the Barrio? It’s Jon And Whenever I go to a new place I always want to find those cheap good local spots to eat And while New York is full of super expensive restaurants Today I’m going to be sharing with you 13 Cheap Eats Destinations That are actually good Make sure to check out my Cheap Eats Playlist linked down below in the description When you’re done And tell me in the comments if I missed your favorite cheap spot to eat in the city? Here we go We are going to start off the list With the most iconic New York City food Pizza And I’m going to give you three choices here.. All of them a little bit different But all of them I personally vouch for ANd they’re all affordable of course We’re starting off with one of my new favorites The $5 Neapolitan Pie From Keste We had a chance to interview head chef Roberto Capuroscio Who insisted this pizza Was the real deal Neapolitan Pizza Is the pizza That is really important All the rest we call Focaccia But for just $5 you get a choice of 3 different pies From the pizza popolare list Margherita Marinara Or the Mastronicola If you want pizza in New York that’s really classical This is an amazing choice What if you want a more typical New York Slice? Bleecker Street Pizza is a Greenwich Village Staple I always order the 3 dollar and 50 cent Nonna Maria While it’s not super cheap You’re also eating a pizza with Parmigano Reggiano Cheese That’s imported directly from Italy And it has a unique taste That well you’re just going to have to try it out for yourself We did a whole dollar pizza challenge video And i’m still impressed by the dollar pizza at Percy’s 1 dollar pizza slices are an institution in New York With dozens of them in Manhattan You’re not going for quality But a quick cheap bite You can’t deny the value This is also the cheapest item on the list And a great snack on the go Consider me.. A dollar pizza addict And Percy’s is certainly worth a stop Mmm so crunchy ! The next 3 stops all bring That latino flare To your pallete Good old acquario cafe This lunch only destination Open during the week Is the defintion Of a hole in the wall Located inside a midtown freight elevator It’s as no frills as they come But there 5 dollar lunch is a thing of beauty They don’t skimp here A healthy pile of rice Beans and chicken They’re dominican inspired so enjoy this tasty carribean dish Located just a short hop from the many tourist traps Of Times Square The 5 de mayo market in Jackson Heights queens On weekends has one of the best tacos in the city That most people have never heard of Walk to the back and on weekend afternoons They have a special grill where the Tripa is made fresh And if you don’t know whats inside Tripa Well.. look it up But if you’re adventerous.. my goodness I’ve yet to find a taco I’ve enjoyed more in New York And at 3 dollars It’s worth every penny This is like.. I’m in Mexico City I lived in Mexico City before I lived in Mexico for like 6 months This takes me back. mmm We’re going to throw another taco spot onto the list Los Tacos No.1 Is one of my go to’s in the very busy Times Square area They also have an outpost in Chelsea Market Which is equally as good Although normally more crowded I always order a $3.50 Adobada pork It’s the best taco you can find in all of Manhattan And Adriana and I will go to Midtown anytime Just to get it Now we’re going to be exploring 3 different dumpling places And these are all super tasty And really affordable Joe’s Shanghai needs no introduction if you’re a local One of the most famous soup dumpling spots in all of chinatown Manhattan I ate here with a chinese tourist visiting New York For the first time And she absolutely fell in love with it Look at that juicy broth 8 pork soup dumplings for $8.75 Is a great deal And will leave you feeling pretty full Put this on your Chinatown List Vanessa’s dumplings my runner up to Joe’s Shanghai And worth a visit It’s a fast food environment If you’re in a rush 2 dollars for 4 chive and pork dumplings Is an incredible value Pair that with a $1.25 sesame pancake And for the princely sum of $3.25 You’ve got yourself a solid lunch One of my favorite fried dumplings In all of New York City Lhasa Fast Food A tough to find Momo shack We’re going back to Jackson Heights , Queens My favorite food neighborhood in New York I accompanied a food blogger here for a video And he introduced me To this hidden place It’s in the back of a cell phone store These tibetan style dumplings Are absolutely delicious And at about 1 dollar each Can quickly fill you up It’s the perfect plate to share with a friend This little hole in the wall Is a real gem Streecha is that long lost Ukranian cafeteria You were always looking for But never knew existed Not well advertised in the East Village It serves all of the Ukranian comfort staples you’d expect Like Borscht And my pick Vierinicki They’re basically Ukranian Pieorigis And at $5.00 for 6 of them Will more than fill you up This is just a ton of food And even though I don’t normally like borscht I’ll eat it here any time I highly recommend one of the east Village’s Best kept secrets This is just like eating at your Babushka’s house Homemade How could this video be complete without.. A little dessert A few other vloggers and myself embarked On a donut tasting challenge Around New York So you don’t have to And the verdict Doughnut Plant Is the winner With multiple locations in the city Including one in Grand Central I had to go..with the black and white At $3.75 this beauty Is absolutely delicious You may need to eat more than one of these Just saying Bagel Hole in Park Slope My favorite bagel in the Big Apple After Pizza My next favorite cheap food item Is the bagel And this is a hot debate But my twin brother and I set out to find New York’s Best Bagel And discovered the winner.. in Park Slope, Brooklyn $2.15 this plain bagel with cream cheese was warm, crunchy, and everything I ever dreamed it could be Give them a shot Mamoun’s is a New York City institution Their falafel’s a thing of legend They also may have the fastest service.. on planet earth 30 seconds 30 seconds The hummus sandwich At $4.50 can either substitute as a healthy lunch Or just eat it as a tasty snack on the go Another vegeterian choice that this meat lover has no beef with Guys I’ve got a surprise for you I’m going to be including 2 more cheap eats on this list Because well 13 is an unlucky number And I’ve got so much info I want to give you guys And also I want to show you my newest t-shirt In the Here Be Barr merchandise store Manhattan If you want to order this It really does help me out I get a small proceed over every sale Linked down below in the description Now onto the final 2 spots The Punjabi Grocery & Deli Is the kind of place you’re more likely to bump into cab drivers Than tourists This little hole in the wall deli Has a huge menu of cheap vegeterian Indian food My personal favorite The Alo Tikki with Chickpeas at $4.50 Grab one of the only 2 seats located In the back And give your taste buds a treat With soem spicy Indian goodness Team Adriana approved This 24 hour deli is by far one of my favorite cheap eats spots On the list The godfather of the Knish This old school Jewish staple Is so simple and so good Dough stuffed with potato Eat this classic New York comfort food At $4.25 It’s actually quite filling And very tasty Some call this the original fast food of New York Open since 1910 You must add this To your cheap eats list Guys tell me down below in the comments Where your favorite cheap eats spot is.. in New York I’m curious And make sure to check out my other New York City guides All linked down below In the description Now get out there And eat something Thank you so much for watching As always

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  1. Which one of these cheap eats destinations would you eat at ? If you're a local or have traveled here, where's your favorite cheap spot ? Binge watch my other NYC Playlists linked below.
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  2. I tell people to take the 7 train to 72nd st/Jackson Heights or take it all the way to Flushing (the end of the line). Great Chinese and Indian food. Safe neighborhoods. Cheap food. In the case of Jackson Height, walk in any direction. Woodside is Irish , which is to your west. Jackson Heights is Indian but a lot of them are muslim so the meat will be halal. The N train will take you to Astoria which was historically Greek.

  3. You missed the best spot in the entire tri state area..Georges on the corner of Broadway and Flushing in brooklyn. Just go try the Alcapurria and the Relleno de papa $1.75 each and you'll wonder where they were all your life!

  4. I don’t know if Kingshighway bagel in Brooklyn is still open but they had a chocolate chip bagel, a pistachio bagel, blueberry bagel. Basically they had at least 18 varieties of fresh oven baked bagels with different types of flavor cream cheese and flavor butters. They had Lox, tuna fish, and a deli for deli cold cuts or the best bacon egg and cheese I ever had in my life!!! They also actually make sausage, egg and cheese that is just as good. This what I remembered in the late 80’s and early 90’s. For tacos you have to go to 116th St in Spanish Harlem.

  5. Tbh the cheapest place in New York is a deli grocery🤣 A bagel there is like $1. AND THAT DOUGHNUT WAS NOT CHEAP I CAN GET IT AT DUNKIN DONUTS FOR $1 + tax.

  6. Oh yeah one other place that is a must try this deli called New Way Deli & Grocery back when I went to middle school across the street they had this thing for 5$ called the hungry man it’s a very filling breakfast sandwich it’s starts off with a couple eggs then they add bacon,ham,sausage,cheese all inside of a roll iykyk what a rolls is it might be a little bit more expensive now but still so good

  7. My favs: Ginos 5th Ave and Bay Ridge Parkway in Brooklyn – the owner is the chef and he can cook!; Circles in Brooklyn – 3rd Ave and 60 something; Amy's Bread on 9th Ave; Don Giovanni's 43rd and 9th – the Smoked Mozzerella Pie is sick; Dojo's for super cheap cash only eats, Temple in the Village, the Odessa, Katz Deli; …TBC…
    Here's a true Mamoun Story… Early one morning:
    Mamoun said, "Jack, how are you?"
    Jack replied, "I have a hangover, man….. I feel awful."
    Mamoun, "Ah falafel!"
    He ran inside and quickly made Jack a falafel.

  8. 3 bucks, Jamaica, in the basement next to Unique thrift store. Best jerk and stewed chicken ever.

  9. all of amazing. It made me hungry.
    I'm also doing YouTube while traveling. I really want to go someday 😍NYC is my dream city.

  10. We have been to Vanessa's dumplings today, and were super disappointed. Had the sesame pancake, yeah, okay. But the dumplings (took those in the soup) were so boring, NO flavor at all. It didn't just taste bland, but really bad. 🙁

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  12. Hi Jon, I’m coming to New York next week for the first time! Really can’t wait to try out some of your recommendations 😁

  13. Impressive selection that I mainly agree with. I can't believe the Bagel Hole made it! That's a secret only park slopers know about. I'd add B&H Dairy to this list.

  14. Stumbled upon your channel. Great content but at 1:38, you completely butchered the word 'nonna'. It's pronounced with NO-on-nah. Usually white people mispronounce Asian words, this caught me off guard…

  15. first of all, peter pan's has the best donut, second of all, no chinatown locals ever goes to joe's for soup dumplings

  16. Nha Trang Center in Chinatown. They got big bowls of Vietnamese noodle soup for under $5. Lots of Vietnamese rice dishes too. The food is good, fast, and dirt cheap.

  17. I'm coming to NYC in July 2019 and would love to see a video on where to find the "Best Hamburgers" around New York!

  18. Thank you for info for NYC places to find good, effortable eateries including vegetarian options. It is helpful in price comparising as well as being introduced to possibilities of places to eat in the back of a store.

  19. i went to a shawarma (sp) joint in Greenwich village i can't remember the name. price was solid and it was excellent. they had a fire a couple of years ago. it was on a main street with a lot of other restaurants. very few seats.

  20. BarrioBrother, great pick on that Ukranian place and those beautiful knishes!!! 😱😱😱😱😱 Surprised though you haven't come across a good Polish place during your NYC food adventures. There's gotta be some good Polish delis/bakeries. Much love to you and Adriana!!!!

  21. Have you tried Otafuku
    -236 E. 9th Street in NYC? Best Okonomiyaki and Takoyaki, yummy! They have some other delicious treats as well but I always went there for Okonomiyaki and Takoyaki combo or just one or the other. The combo is great because you get 4 Takoyaki balls along with like a half of the Okonomiyaki and it's super filling and satisfying.

  22. When I Go To New York Can You Show Me Places 😭 I’m Going In November I’m Coming From California

  23. 2 places of recommendation for all locals in Flushing, Queens
    #1 Carnation Bakery, 4605 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11355. Try Pineapple bread ($1.7 with custard cream or red bean), because of its quick turn over, many times you can buy it just baked, which is in its finest. Try to pair it with iced coffee ($2.5), it is heaven on earth. #2 Chu Kee Dumpling, 40-52 Main St, Flushing, NY 11354, $1.75 for its meat/veggie bun, pair that with small hot soy bean milk $1.25. This is a typical breakfast, but you can eat it as snack, too.

  24. How do you make sure that you have clean hands when you eat by hands fx pizza and so on, in the city?
    Or am I just overreacting?

  25. Great video, but you missed the Chinese food carts along Canal street. $5 for a beef bowl, and you're good to go. It's an actual meal, not just a pretzel or something. Sit down and eat it near a guy playing a erhu and you've got free music, too!

  26. Hey – couple of Aussie's here coming to NYC in September so we've been keeping a keen eye on your videos. What is absolutely shocking us is the amount of single use plastic plates, forks and cups being used for all this takeaway food!! We want to eat cheap but we DON'T want to be a part of this wastefulness! Could you possibly do a video on cheap places to go that you eat on re-usable plates? (Like the dim sum restaurants in this video). Thanks for your videos and looking forward to our trip 🙂

  27. I’m a native New Yorker of a certain age and not easily impressed. You are wonderful! Great selections, well presented. Thanks!

  28. Wow, there's actually cheap food in expensive NYC. I'll follow your guide when I can save up for the Big Apple 😁

  29. Why not do a recommendation by area for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? I would do the Time Square area if I were you. When I visited I stayed in that area and stumbled upon a ramen shop called Supporo. It was very cold that time of year so we stopped by that place often. Looks like it's no more but that's an idea that a tourist would likely want to know what they can eat around where they stay with temperatures taken into account.

  30. My fav pizza is Joe's pizza. Try ! One location is on 14th and 3rd. Another is in the w.vilage on Carmine st. Try the sicilian! !!

  31. Just came back from a 2 week stay in NJ/NYC….although there are many pizza spots/0.99 pizza, my favorite spot was the 0.99 Express Pizza on 8th & W. 43rd near Times Square….omg, the best!!! Another spot was a Cuban spot called El Unico but it's in Union City, NJ….full plate of Cuban food for less than $5!! The roasted chicken comes with leg quarter, full pan of rice, frijoles and maduros for $3.50!!! Léchon Asado (roasted pork) with the same fixings $5!!! Those were my go to spots and a bodega sandwich from the EZ Minimart in the LES right off of Rivington and Eldridge 🙌🏾🙌🏾….I did splurge on a reubin pastrami from Kat'z prior to leaving….$ well spent!

  32. Video is not of much use if you don't give an ADDRESS or directions to each location. Going to NYC next week so how can I even find any of these places?

  33. Thanks for the Ukrainian place in EV. Try Bo Ky, Bayard between Mott and Mulberry, Ben's pizza at MacDougal and W. 3rd. Also, Haru Sushi, at Beaver and Pear, way downtown – not cheap, but very reasonable for great sushi.

  34. I'd highly recommend Matto espresso (all over midtown) – quality 2$ coffee and breakfast snacks (even 1$ each if you order via the Ritual app). Try the pistachio muffins!

  35. Also try Wah Fung in Chinatown – $6.50 for a large portion of roast pork and duck on rice, plenty for 2 people. But cash and take away only! But well worth it!

  36. Pizza originally comes from Napoli, the famous Italian city that was built by Greeks.
    In ancient Greece they used to eat a pie similar to todays pizza.
    It suddenly makes a weird connection. Is it?

  37. 3.50 por un taco? Eso cuesta una orden aquí … además creo que es un error garrafal ir a nyc a comer comida de tu país. Genial tu canal, saludos

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