My NYC Restaurant Guide

I want to introduce you all to one of my greatest loves...NEW YORK CITY!!

By now, you all know that I love to travel. But did you know that one of my favorite places in the world is the Big Apple?! Since starting this business, I've gotten the change to visit and explore some of the greatest cities on earth, but none compare to NYC...

So, I thought I'd share some of my favorite restaurants in the city with you all!



Bubby's: Resting at the very end of the Highline is this quintessential breakfast spot. It full of all my faves, including omelettes, pancakes, and some of my favorite coffee in the city!

Buvette: Tucked in the quaintest corner of West Village, Buvette is one of my favorite French bistros for breakfast. And while you're there, take a jaunt down the street to see the famous building from my favorite show, Friends! How you doing?

Maman: It doesn't get any cuter than this Tribeca gem. Try the matcha's AMAZING!!




Westville: Whenever I'm in New York, I'm usually working, so lunch is hard to make time for. That's why I love this  spot, because it's delicious and healthy and I can grab it on the go!

Los Tacos No.1: This Texas girl can always find a good taco, and these are some of my fave! What I love most is that it's located in the Chelsea Market so I can eat and shop at the same time!!

Roberta's: If you know me, you know I love a good pizza, and this is good pizza. It's well worth the trip into Brooklyn to grab a piece of this wood-fired decadence.




JoJo: While any of Jean-Georges' restaurants are going to be to die for, JoJo is one of my absolute favorites. It opened in an Upper East Side townhouse and is seriously picture perfect. Not to mention, their farm to table menu is mostly organic and local ingredients...YUMMM!

CatchAs the name suggests, Catch is all about fish – and great fish. But it doesn't stop there! They have amazing sushi and some of the best cocktails I've ever had!

Rosemary's: After a long day of working, this is where I like to cozy up with a glass of wine and meat and cheese board. And you'll never guess, but they actually use produce grown on their rooftop garden so that they're serving seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine. How cool!!



Go visit all of these places and let me know what you think! I can't wait to hear!! 




Darbie Angell

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