ED­I­TOR’S NOTE

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Cov­er­ing this wildly di­verse and eclec­tic city is great, but, as a com­muter from New Jersey, I also rel­ish the re­treat back to the quiet, wooded ar­eas of Prince­ton at the end of the day. There is one thing, though, that is sorely missed at home: re­ally good food de­liv­ery. While the ’burbs are still rel­e­gated to your stan­dard-to-medi­ocre Chi­nese food and pizza joints, here in the Big Ap­ple vir­tu­ally any­thing can be de­liv­ered to your ho­tel room, of­fice or studio apart­ment at the touch of a phone or a click of the mouse. And if the place doesn’t de­liver, they most likely of­fer take­out. Take, for ex­am­ple, a few weeks ago, when work over­load brought about a full-on sushi yearn­ing: Less than an hour later, I was hap­pily munch­ing on snow crab av­o­cado rolls from Dai Hachi Sushi. Not in the mood for sushi? Try cab­bage dim sum from Nom Wah Tea Par­lor or spaghetti car­bonara from Don Gio­vanni. The city that never sleeps is also the city that al­ways eats. Lois Anzelowitz Levine Ed­i­tor, Where New York In­sta­gram: @where­newyork

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So much food, so lit­tle time! To see some of the city’s fab resto of­fer­ings, go to our In­sta­gram page, @where­new york

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