Next Up

Anne Burrell's Top 5 Places to Eat in New York City

Worst Cooks in America star Anne Burrell reveals her favorite New York City dishes to Food Network Magazine.

1 / 5

Cheddar Kurtwurst From Biergarten at the Standard

Even when it's chilly, Anne hits this outdoor spot for a cold pilsner and a plate of warm German-style sausages. "They're cheesy and oozy and so good!" The only downside: You occasionally have to duck if you eat near the popular Ping-Pong tables. "Worth it!" she says. 848 Washington St.;

More photos after this Ad

2 / 5

Beef-Cheek Ravioli From Babbo

For years, Anne was Mario Batali's sous chef on Iron Chef America, so it's no wonder she craves food from Mario's flagship restaurant, Babbo. The beef-cheek ravioli here are topped with crushed squab liver and black truffles. "They're meaty and full-flavored, with the liver sauce adding just the right amount of gaminess," Anne says. "It's a perfect combination of ingredients, all wrapped up in the perfect pasta package." 110 Waverly Pl.

learn more

More photos after this Ad

3 / 5

Sesame Bagel and Iced Redeye From 11th St. Cafe

Every morning, Anne hit this cafe for breakfast: a toasted (dark!) sesame bagel with cream cheese and tomato. She pairs that with an iced redeye — a large iced coffee with a shot of espresso. "I never drink hot coffee. I want it iced, even in the winter!" 327 W. 11th St.; 212-924-3804

More photos after this Ad

4 / 5

Chocolate-Mint Cookies From Milk & Cookies Bakery

"I love these cookies because they're crispy on the outside but soft and moist on the inside," Anne says. Her top pick, the chocolate-mint ones, are made with seriously fancy ingredients: Guittard cocoa, Madagascar vanilla, organic milk and European-style butter. "The mint chips add the perfect flavor and crunch." 19 Commerce St.;

More photos after this Ad

Next Up

We Recommend