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The Global Nomad’s Guide: Peels (New York)

Por Rafael Casanova.

Peels es un restaurante de comida americana en el Lower East Side, en Nueva York. Se asienta, blanco y brillante, detrás de matorrales de plantas enmacetas de infinidad de verdes en la esquina del Bowery y East Second Stret, un restaurante de dos pisos ubicado en el eje del punk y el prep.

La cocina sirve comida tradicional sureña (pollo frito, jamón, huevos, sémola, etc.) y una selección de filetes de vacuno alimentados con hierba, que son sacrificados en casa. Las hamburguesas llevan capas de encurtidos y cheddar mezcladas con la carne, ligeramente picada y muy jugosa, mantecosa, tanto que el bollo de patata en el que viene servido apenas la sostiene. Pero lo mejor de la hamburguesa son las patatas fritas. Son perfectas: fritas con piel y tersas, con exterior crujiente pero con interior cremoso.

También enormes, esponjosos y cremosos bollos de suero de mantequilla, otra especialidad sureña. De hecho, cuentan con un espacio en la barra llamado “construye tu propio bollo” donde puedes encargar cualquier combo de huevos y carne curada para mezclar dentro. Deliciosos.

Peels es, sin duda, uno los mejores lugares para desayunar y almorzar en Manhattan.

Peels [325 Bowery Street – Nueva York / T. 646-602-7015]

By Rafael Casanova.

Peels is a regional american restaurant on the Lower East Side, in New York. It sits glossy and white behind thickets of potted green plants on the corner of the Bowery and East Second Street, a two-story restaurant located at the axis of punk and prep.

The kitchen serves southern grub (fried chicken, ham, eggs and grits, etc.) and a selection of grass-fed-beef steaks, which are butchered in-house. The burgers are piled with pickles and cheddar, the beef coarsely ground and juicy—so drippy, in fact, that the soft potato bun it’s served on barely holds up. But the best part about the burger is the fries. They’re perfect: skin-on and robust with crusty exteriors crunching into creamy innards.

Also big, fluffy and buttery buttermilk biscuits. They have a item called “build your own biscuit” where you can order just about any combo of eggs and cured meat to stuff inside. Delicious.

Peels is undoubtedly one the best places to have breakfast and brunch in Manhattan.

Peels [325 Bowery Street – New York / T. 646-602-7015]

By Rafael Casanova.

Peels is a regional american restaurant on the Lower East Side, in New York. It sits glossy and white behind thickets of potted green plants on the corner of the Bowery and East Second Street, a two-story restaurant located at the axis of punk and prep.

The kitchen serves southern grub (fried chicken, ham, eggs and grits, etc.) and a selection of grass-fed-beef steaks, which are butchered in-house. The burgers are piled with pickles and cheddar, the beef coarsely ground and juicy—so drippy, in fact, that the soft potato bun it’s served on barely holds up. But the best part about the burger is the fries. They’re perfect: skin-on and robust with crusty exteriors crunching into creamy innards.

Also big, fluffy and buttery buttermilk biscuits. They have a item called “build your own biscuit” where you can order just about any combo of eggs and cured meat to stuff inside. Delicious.

Peels is undoubtedly one the best places to have breakfast and brunch in Manhattan.

Peels [325 Bowery Street – New York / T. 646-602-7015]

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