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Once again Time Out New York released their Top 100 Dishes of the year and once again, I’m going to eat my way through every one. And no price point or subway delay will stop me. In no particular order, here’s my take on their Top 100.

If this blog were written in the 19th Century, one of the first iconic dishes I’d have had to explore would have been oysters. I would have gone to seafood restaurants, but also to markets and pushcarts to try the local oysters. Before pollution and over harvesting killed them all off, they were everywhere – the food of the masses (rich and poor). Why do you think the Grand Central Oyster Bar is so ubiquitous to New York?

So eating oysters from a stand outside a fish market on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx, really felt like we were experiencing a slice of old New York. This is the way people would have eaten oysters back in the day. Fortunately for us, the oysters they were serving at Cozenza’s hadn’t just come from New York Harbor, but it was the experience that took us back.

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