Apr

29

Uptown Eats: Best Restaurants Above 120th Street

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reasonably priced and a whole lot closer than flushing (La Salle Dumpling Room)

Culinarily, uptown Manhattan is a part of New York that is often unfairly overlooked. We asked our staff for their favorite restaurants above 120th Street, which serve delicious meals ranging from southern comfort to Shanghainese soup dumplings. Next time you head uptown, try out some of our suggestions!

La Salle Dumpling Room
Known for: Shanghainese soup dumplings, rice cakes, Shanghainese fare
Location: La Salle and Broadway

Red Rooster
Known for: Sunday brunch, chicken and waffles, southern classics
Location: 126th and Malcolm X Blvd

El Porton
Known for: Authentic Mexican food (that’s right Californians!), amazing sangrias and margaritas
Location: Broadway between La Salle and Tiemann Place

The Handpulled Noodle
Known for: Chinese noodles (dry and soup options), great vegetarian options, northern/western Chinese fare
Location: 148th and Broadway

great for dates and dinners with family (Pisticci)

Kitchenette
Known for: Breakfast, brunch, southern classics (fried chicken & biscuits)
Location: 123rd and Amsterdam

Chapati House
Known for: Vegetarian and meat curries, roti, rice bowls, great Indian food
Location: Broadway between La Salle and Tiemann Place

Jin Ramen
Known for: Ramen (especially the Tonkatsu apparently)
Location: Tiemann Place and Broadway

Pisticci
Known for: Fresh Italian food in a cozy setting
Location: La Salle and Claremont Ave

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