Five Fall Foods on the Upper West Side

  Last modified on September 7th, 2018

Some foods just taste better in the fall.  Here are Five fall foods on the Upper West Side to try this season!

Long Island Duck from Tessa

Honey spiced duck breast with pattypan squash, baby carrot, cipollini onion and tarragon.

Tessa is a modern Mediterranean restaurant located at 349 Amsterdam Ave, between 76th and 77th Streets.

Five fall foods on the Upper West Side

 

Shepherd’s Pie from The Parlour

Made with ground sirloin, lamb and vegetables topped with fresh baked mash potatoes.

The Parlour is a traditional Irish bar located at 250 West 86th Street, between Broadway and West End.

Five fall foods on the Upper West Side

 

House-made Ravioli from Osteria Cotta

Made with butternut squash, ricotta, sage & pine nuts in thyme brown butter sauce.

Osteria Cotta is an Italian wine bar with great pizza located at 513 Columbus Ave, between 85th and 86th Streets.

Five fall foods on the Upper West Side

 

Sweet French Toast from Kirsh Bakery and Kitchen

This can be made with either Mascarpone Cream & Mixed Berry Jam, Cinnamon & Pear or Chocolate Peanut Butter.

Kirsch Bakery and Kitchen serves new American food, breakfast, baked goods and coffee. They’re located at 551 Amsterdam Ave, at 87th Street.

According to patrons, one of the best restaurants on the Upper West Side.

Five fall foods on the Upper West Side

 

Five fall foods on the Upper West Side
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Mike Mishkin

Mike Mishkin

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Mike is a native Upper West Sider. He's lived in the Lincoln Center area, Morningside Heights, and pretty much everywhere in between. You can frequently find him eating through the many great restaurants on the Upper West Side or awkwardly taking iPhone photos for @ilovetheupperwestside.
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