15 years behind a desk deep inside Hell’s Kitchen introduced me to the wonderful world of car dealerships, construction machinery, and gay bars. I watched the neighborhood develop, grow and become one of the least appreciated food areas in NYC today. It is a NYC neighborhood, full of personalities and stories. 9th ave has morphed into a little foodie paradise over the years, while 10th ave is full of destination gems.
Today I sit behind another desk, my own. But I still visit Hell’s Kitchen about twice a week for work (so subtle) and research, and it still feels like a second home. As with just about any Manhattan neighborhood, its nice to explore the area on your own. But to bring some of these stories to life and understand what this neighborhood is all about, I recommend taking a tour (ok, not so subtle). These are the dishes…
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