A large majority of NYC restaurants are Italian, so it comes as no surprise that a cacio e pepe is a favorite amongst New Yorkers. As chefs continue to push their creative boundaries, we’ve seen several new renditions of this popular dish. Here are some of our favorite cacio e pepes, both traditional and non-traditional, in NYC:
Any food Instagram-er knows that there are certain foods that are guaranteed to perform well on Instagram. Want 100+ likes? Post a photo of a Fruity Pebbles ice cream cone from Emack & Bolio’s, Avocado Toast from Cafe Gitane or some Tuna Tarts from Bond St if you’re really trying to get fancy.
To put it in a nutshell, the way we think about food and the way we interact in the digital sphere has transformed tremendously- largely due to Instagram. In an attempt to stray from the obvious, I’ve compiled a list of iconic dishes, all of which encompass a very important food group: pasta. After all, did you really eat that Spicy Rigatoni Vodka if you didn’t post a photo of it?
Go HERE for the top 10 most memorable and delicious pasta dishes in New York City: