You’ve watched every food series on Netflix

Chef’s Table, Ugly Delicious, Mind of a Chef.. you’ve watched them all. You’re just coming off a serious binge and the only thing you want to do right now (should you want to leave your apartment at all) is try one of the seemingly delicious meals you just salivated over. Enter the below restaurants for your viewing, and tasting, pleasure:

Ivan Ramen

After watching Chef’s Table, get on OpenTable and make yourself a reservation to one of New York’s best ramen joints, Ivan Ramen. It’s one of the cheapest and most accessible restaurants featured on Chef’s Table.

Chef’s Table: Season 3, Epsiode 4: Ivan Orkin.

Blue Hill

There are not words to describe how I feel about this institution. Which is what it is, an institution. Don’t let Disney fool you, Blue Hill is the happiest place on earth. If you’re craving an important food pilgrimage after your Netflix-binge, this is my favorite destination. It will absolutely not let you down. It is worth every penny. Make a reservation a few weeks to a month out. Email me to tell me how much you loved it, it will bring me immense joy.

Chef’s Table: Season 1, Epsiode 2: Dan Barber.

Motorino

While Motorino is not actually featured on a food series, it will satiate your craving for fresh Neapolitan pizza after watching the inaugural episode of Ugly Delicious. I practically ran there after finishing the episode. Warm, fresh, and authentic – Motorino is one of my favorite pizzas in the city (note: this is not your NY slice. This is Neapolitan, personal, not-for-sharing pizza. Proceed accordingly).

Ugly Delicious: Season 1, Episode 1

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