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If you come to the Big Apple and don't take a bite out of the food scene, did you really come to the Big Apple?
The answer is no.
But if the choices overwhelm you (we get it!), former New York Giant Jesse Palmer has you covered.
"To me, it's the greatest food city in the world," Jesse says. "Whether you're a New Yorker or someone [who's] visiting here, I've picked my three must-go-to places."
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1. Prince St. Pizza
"I think it's the best pizza in New York City," Jesse says. "There's a long line to get in, but man, is it ever worth it. It's the little pepperoni that are to die for."
Watch the video above to see how the famous pepperoni slice is made.
Pro Tip: Co-founder Dominic says they're also best known for their Sicilian slice.
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2. Sushi Seki
"It serves one of the best pieces of sushi I've ever put in my mouth," Jesse says.
His favorite? Sautéed tomato salmon (a combination of cold salmon with hot tomato).
Pro Tip: There are three NYC locations — Chelsea, Upper East Side and Times Square.
3. Dominique Ansel Bakery
This Spring Street bakery may be best known for putting the "cronut" on the map, but "you're really missing out if you don't get the double chocolate cookie," Jesse insists.
In fact, he brought enough for our entire studio audience just to prove his point.