Top Eats from New York City's Best Restaurants

By: Roberto Ferdman

Last week, I was lucky enough to be able to attend the Village Voice Choice Eats Annual Tasting in New York City. Featuring some of the best dishes from New York’s best chefs, the event took place at the 69th Regiment Armory and showcased the diverse and creative landscape of the city's cuisine. From all-American classics like pulled pork sandwiches and sloppy joes to much fancier fare that included olive oil-filled chocolate bastoncinos and duck, pork and crawfish boudin, there was no shortage of variety.

While the leftovers have long since gone sour, there's still plenty of food porn to feast your eyes on. Check out our favorite pics from the food fest.

Brooklyn's The Blue Stove bakery had pie to satisfy every taste: sour cherry, bacon apple cheddar, pear ginger and plum crumble. Which would you have chosen?

Red Hook Lobster Pound might just have the best lobster roll in the city right now, but it wasn't lobster they stuffed into their soft buttery bread. Instead? Sweet Maine shrimp came tossed in a homemade tarragon mayonnaise, seasoned and then sandwiched into a top-split JJ Nissen bun.

Check out all the best bites from some of NYC's Best Restaurants in our Tasting Gallery

Brooklyn's Blue Stove Bakery tempted the crowds with baskets filled to the brim with beautiful pieces of pie. Ranging from sour cherry (pictured) to bacon apple cheddar, there was a little something for everyone.

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