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Finding food rich in quality and taste may seem to be a difficult feat, for some. However, in New York City, a fusion of food is a staple. Genuinely earning its name as the “Melting Pot” of the world, New York City lives up to its moniker by offering an array of foods from a multitude of cultures. With over 25,000 restaurants in the city’s five boroughs, it is difficult to keep track of which restaurant is opening or going out of business. Below is a list of new restaurants to visit in New York City.

Pilar Cuban Bakery
Pilar Cuban Bakery showcases both its sweet and savory sides. Owner Chef Ricardo Barreras cleverly fuses comfort eats like ham and cheese with the ambrosial sweetness of pastries and pastelitos. Other treats include Cuban bread, empanadas, sweet espresso shots, and creamy batidos (milkshakes). Pilar Cuban Bakery is located in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant area. 397 Greene Avenue.

Sonnyboy
Soon to offer dinner, Sonnyboy’s eats include salads like the Salmon Salad and the Green Bowl. Pulling from their Australian roots, the salads combine the crispy freshness of Tuscan kale with the layered texture of Israeli couscous. They also have breakfast or brunch options like the Brunch Roll and Hot Cakes paired is crunchy pistachios and a creamy mascarpone topping. Other menu items include Banana bread baked fresh daily and made in house, shareable plates, proteins and sandwiches. You can find Sonnyboy at 65 Rivington Street, in Greenwich Village.

PhoBar
This Noodle bar doubled down from its original in Greenwich Village. Located in Chinatown, PhoBar, like its original, offers their exclusive deconstructed pho pot consisting of a rich beef broth slow-cooked for 25 hours, Vietnamese rice noodles, herbs, and your choice of meat. Opened 12 hours daily from 11am to 11pm, you can find this Vietnamese treasure box at 43 Mott Street.

The Ribbon Midtown
The Ribbon Midtown is the latest addition to the Blue Ribbon Restaurants group. Experience elegance, comfort, and the unparalleled hospitality of the Bromberg Brothers. The Ribbon Midtown’s extensive collection of whiskey and other spirits pairs perfectly with an array of menu items designed to cater to all palates. From fried chicken (with honey!) to seafood and spit-roasted meals, The Ribbon Midtown is here to serve. Located in old Times Square; 220 W. 44th Street. Opens at 5pm daily.