We're all guilty of it: Quickly snapping a photo of that pizza or ice cream or burger we couldn't wait to dig into, and not-so-slyly Instagramming it from across the table. Why? Because, we're obsessed with #foodporn. We
love seeing what others are eating (and showing of our own dishes).
There are some plates, however, that show up on a New Yorker's feed all the time. Grilled corn from
Café Habana? Seen it. A Salty Pimp cone from the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop? Yup, that too. A bagel and lox from Russ & Daughters? Been there, ate (and Instagrammed) that. And, for some reason, we just can't get enough. From Shake Shack to Smorgasburg, we've rounded up the 34 most Instagrammed restaurants in New York City. Click through for a serious dose of #foodporn.
The Meatball Shop Making meatball subs and sandys trendy one Instagram at a time.
The Meatball Shop, Multiple locations in Manhattan. Photo: Via @coffeeandchampagne. More
Pietro Nolita Where millennial pink comes to #live — and be Grammed.
Pietro Nolita, 174 Elizabeth Street (at Spring Street); 646-998-4999. Photo: Via @tomboy_mai. More
What's could possibly be better than Instagrams of Momofuku Milk Bar's birthday cake? Instagrams of Union Fare's birthday cake croissants.
Union Fare, 6 E. 18th Street (between 5th Avenue and Broadway); 212-633-6003. Photo: Via @thecarboholic. More
The home of Chrissy Teigen's famed-favorite fish tacos — and in turn, endless Instagrams of said tacos.
Seamore's, 390 Broome Street (at Mulberry Street); 212-730-6005. Photo: Via @simplygailg. More
Big Gay Ice Cream Shop Who cares what season it is — the ice creamery's famed Salty Pimp pops up on our Insta-feeds all year-round.
Big Gay Ice Cream Shop, 125 East 7th Street (between First Avenue and Avenue A); 212-533-9333. Photo via @mdeeezy_. More Read More
The Cinnamon Snail The vegan food truck's sweet and savory treats were practically made for the camera. #PicsOrItDidntHappen.
The Cinnamon Snail, various locations; 862-246-6431. Photo via @the_blvd. More
Café Gitane Take the #AvocadoToast picture back to the place that started it all.
Café Gitane, 242 Mott Street (between Prince and Spring streets); 212-334-9552. Photo via @mrjacknoble. More
Carbone Snagged a reservation at this impossible-to-get-in Soho eatery? Make sure to show off that spicy rigatoni in vodka sauce.
Carbone, 181 Thompson Street (between Houston and Bleecker streets); 212-254-3000. Photo via @noleftovers_. More
Dominique Ansel Bakery Months after the craze, there's still an insanely large line outside this Soho bakery to score a coveted cronut. You woke up early and camped out for a pastry. Take a picture.
Dominique Ansel Bakery, 189 Spring Street (between Sullivan and Thompson streets); 212-219-2773. Photo via @jennykvb. More
Eataly Pizza, pasta, bread, seafood — the works. Welcome to Disney for foodies.
Eataly, 200 Fifth Avenue (at 23rd Street); 212-229-2560. Photo via @cc.food. More
Egg Shop Because brunch is the best meal of the day.
Egg Shop, 151 Elizabeth Street (between Kenmare and Broome streets); 646-666-0810. Photo via @giancarlociammaichella. More
Café Habana There may be many spots around the city to grab a good old stick of Mexican corn, but Café Habana wins for the most delicious (and photo-worthy).
Café Habana, 17 Prince Street (at Elizabeth Street); 212-625-2001. Photo via @skimreyes. More
Ditch Plains #Selfie with your Ditch Dog. Say cheese!
Ditch Plains, 29 Bedford Street (at Downing Street); 212-633-0202. Photo via @missesdoe. More
Luke's Lobster Nothing says summer like a photo of a fresh lobster roll. Long live Montauk.
Luke's Lobster, 237 Fifth Avenue (between President and Carroll streets), Brooklyn; 347-457-6855. Photo via @frannyvillain. More
Ivan Ramen Ramen for two, please!
Ivan Ramen, 25 Clinton Street (between Stanton and East Houston streets); 646-678-3859 Photo via @_everydayclaire. More
Mermaid Oyster Bar Is there anything more gorgeous (and delicious) than a platter of oysters?
Mermaid Oyster Bar, 79 Macdougal Street (between Houston and Bleecker streets); 212-260-0100. Photo via @riga52087. More
Happy Bones Because everyone loves a good design in their morning latte.
Happy Bones, 394 Broome Street (between Mulberry Street and Cleveland Place); 212-673-3754. Photo via @neyiyelimneicelim. More
Minetta Tavern The burger at Keith McNally's French bistro is one-of-a-kind — plus, it looks good, even with #nofilter.
Minetta Tavern, 113 Macdougal Street (at Minetta Lane); 212-475-3850. Photo via @jefreechan. More
Momofuku Milk Bar Indulge yourself with a little treat from Momofuku. Pro tip: Its East Village locale makes for the perfect photo backdrop.
Momofuku Milk Bar, 72 Wooster Street (between Spring and Broome streets); 347-577-9504. Photo via @sophie_dailystagram. More
Num Pang Tiger shrimp from this Vietnamese sandwich shop is always a win.
Num Pang, 1129 Broadway (between 25th & 26th streets); 212-647-8889. Photo via @nycdining. More
Panna II This East Village resto wins for its wild interior — talk about bright lights, big city.
Panna II, 93 First Avenue (at East 6th Street), #2; 212-598-4610. Photo via @mariengn. More
Quality Italian Chicken parm pizza earns 10 points for carb-loading — but even more points for its food-porn quality.
Quality Italian, 57 West 57th Street, (at Sixth Avenue); 212-390-1111. Photo via @stacinelli. More
Russ & Daughters Is there anything more New York than a bagel and lox, especially from this Lower East Side staple?
Russ & Daughters, 179 East Houston Street (between Allen and Orchard streets); 212-475-4880. Photo via @paulinefashionblog. More
Roberta's If there was a winner for the best #pizzagram, Roberta's would certainly take the cake... or, rather, pie.
Roberta's, 261 Moore Street (at Bogart Street), Brooklyn; 718-417-1118. Photo via @swamprabbitcafe. More
SakaMai Too many egg on egg on eggs (yes, that's this resto's most Instagrammed dish) to count.
SakaMai, 157 Ludlow Street (between Stanton and Rivington streets); 646-590-0684. Photo via @noleftovers_. More
The Spotted Pig You've likely waited at least two hours for a taste of April Bloomfield's Roquefort cheeseburger and shoestring fries, so it certainly merits a snap.
The Spotted Pig, 314 West 11th Street (at Greenwich Street); 212-620-0393. Photo via @kapteinmomo. More
Shake Shack Come for the burgers, stay for the endless photo opps.
Shake Shack, East 23rd Street (at Madison Avenue); 212-889-6600. Photo via @tito2488. More
sweetgreen Healthy eating has never looked so good. We call this farm-to-table-to-Instagram.
sweetgreen, 413 Greenwich Street (at Hubert Street); 646-922-8572. Photo via @lublyou. More
Tompkins Square Bagels This sprinkled cream cheese is a little slice of heaven.
Tompkins Square Bagels, 165 Avenue A (between 10th and 11th streets); 646-351-6520. Photo via @eatsiptip. More
Smorgasburg The Brooklyn food bazaar is an Instagrammer's paradise, but nothing is more photographed than the coveted ramenburger.
Smorgasburg, Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5, Joralemon Street, Brooklyn. Photo via @fatnsloppy. More
La Colombe If you're going to treat yourself, you might as well show the world.
La Colombe, 319 Church Street (at Lispenard Street); 212-343-1515. Photo via @mangiamore. More
Jack's Wife Freda Admit it — your weekend isn't complete without a brunch snap (or two, or twenty) from this Soho hotspot.
Jack's Wife Freda, 224 Lafayette Street (between Spring and Broome streets); 212-510-8550. Photo via @comeavecamour. More Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here? Unicorn Bagels Are A Thing Now & We're Not Surprised At All New York City's 38 Best Coffee Shops Starbucks Also Unleashed A Dragon Frappuccino Over The Weekend