The Edible Guide

Our picks for where to eat, drink and shop in the city.

Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen

On the Rocks

At first glance, there’s nothing particularly remarkable about it. But then you start to notice the things that make it special.

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Just Food

Just Food empowers and supports community leaders to advocate for and increase access to healthy, locally-grown food, especially in underserved NYC neighborhoods. They provide…

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Think Coffee

Think Coffee serves only the finest coffees and hand-packed teas grown in an environmentally friendly manner and purchased in a way that is designed to improve the livelihoods of farmers. Their coffee is Fair Trade, shade-grown, and organic, no exceptions. Their milk comes from small, local dairy farms in the Hudson Valley where the cows graze in pastures, are fed a healthy diet and are rBGH and antibiotic free.

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Xai Xai

Xai Xai, named for a small beach town in Mozambique, offers South African wines in a captivating Hell’s Kitchen storefront. They also offer an extensive menu of meat-centric South African cuisine.

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Totto Ramen

Opened in 2003, Totto Ramen was serving ramen before it was trendy. A well-kept secret for its first few years, it has now expanded to include several locations throughout the city and Boston.

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Amy’s Bread

Amy Scherber was not only one of the pioneers in artisanal breads but also the baker who pushed the concept furthest. She introduced sturdy, chewy,…

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The Press Lounge

The Press Lounge is Adam Block’s sister venue to Print Restaurant. It offers cocktails and light fare complemented by unobstructed views of Manhattan and…

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