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This Week's Top 10 Stories on Eater NY

Check out the 10 most-read stories on Eater this past week.

Robert Sietsema

1) A Dozen More Cheap Eats Classics in New York City

Classics4EcuatorianaCeviche.0.jpg Twelve awesome affordable restaurants that have stood the test of time, courtesy of cheap eats expert Robert Sietsema.

Robert Sietsema

2) Killer New Dining Options at Coney Island, The Rockaways, and Jacob Riis Park

1024px-Jacob_Riis_Park.0.0.0.jpgA round up of some great spots to eat at the beach.

Wikipedia/Padraic Ryan

3) The Standard Apologizes for Banning Navy Officer in Uniform from Rooftop Bar


The Standard banned a naval officer because of the hotel's dress code, but eventually apologized.

4) Drinks Outshine the Food at Danny Meyer's First Standalone Bar Porchlight

20150522-Porchlight_Sutton_Review-9.0.jpg Ryan Sutton reviews Danny Meyer's new bar, where the drinks are great, but the food needs work.

Daniel Krieger

5) Yogurtland and 16 Handles Shutter; FAO Schwartz To Close Flagship Location in June

1922740_1qUNCuptnfoRtNQ0bakG23TBdfpYJ4l8EvOLEgVlVOk.0.0.0.jpg And another yogurt shop bites the dust.


6) Over-Achieving Emily Serves A Top Notch Dry Aged Burger


Emily may be a pizzeria, but it also serves one righteous burger.

Nick Solares

7) Daniel Drops Off the World's 50 Best List, Still Lands in the Top 100


Not a great year for Daniel, star-wise.

Daniel Krieger

8) Inside the Restaurants Atop One World Trade, Where the View Is Insane If You're Willing to Pay


Great views with a $32 entry fee.

Touhey Photography

9) Amazon Prime Will Soon Deliver Cupcakes and Food From Eataly in an Hour

9113747_P-nKeZ-AXRBCmkFsqS_Wl6WP26AWJGhCwHDusU9oWZ8.0.0__1_.0.jpg Amazon gets into the food delivery business, promising to deliver items from local stores across Manhattan.


10) Unsurprisingly, Food Vendor Caught Selling $30 Hot Dogs Is Now Unemployed

2008.06.07.173702_Abington_Sq._NYC.0.0__3_.0.0.0.jpgHe probably should have seen it coming.


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