This is the last day you can fill out our “Best of the Lower East Side” readers’ survey. The past couple of weeks, we’ve been asking your opinions about LES restaurants, in preparation for a special edition of The Lo-Down’s print magazine we’re publishing in December.
There are only two days remaining to take part in our “Best of the Lower East Side” readers’ survey. As we continue the search for your favorite neighborhood food options today, we want to know your go-to delivery spots.
There are only a few more days to help us decide the winners of the Lo-Down’s first ever “Best of the Lower East Side” food awards. The results will be published in our December/January print magazine and online. We need your input! If you haven’t done so already, please take a few minutes to fill out our survey. The deadline is end-of-the-day Tuesday.
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If you ask a lot of people, they’ll tell you New York just can’t compete with cities out West when it comes to Mexican food, but times are changing. There are definitely a lot more choices on the Lower east Side these days — and Mexican restaurants are stepping up their game.
There are an awful lot of Chinese restaurants within the geographical parameters of our Best of the LES survey — east of the Bowery and south of Houston Street — so which one do you go to most often?
This week we’re highlighting some of the categories in our Best of the Lower East Side reader survey. Today — it’s all about coffee.
New restaurants open at a dizzying pace in our neighborhood — so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that there are lots of different nominees in this category of our Best of the Lower East Side Reader Survey.
There’s no shortage of “best-of” lists in New York City, but we thought it was high time our neighborhood got one all its own — so today we’re announcing the first annual Best of the Lower East Side Awards.