Food & Drink

32 NYC spots to cure the munchies on 4/20

You may be aware of a certain non-Easter holiday coming up this Sunday, and whether you're celebrating UN Chinese Language Day or... wait... ohhh, you mean that other holiday. Well if you're gonna be celebrating that holiday, you're gonna need this list of 32 munchies spots that'll cure your 4/20-related cravings.

Dough Loco (click here for address and info)
East Harlem
Have you had a miso maple donut before? You should.

BarBacon (click here for address and info)
Hell's Kitchen
It's a bar that has bacon in everything. We think you're sold.

Empire Biscuit (click here for address and info)
Alphabet City
Go in the morning, pick up enough for the whole day, and relax.

Bromberg Bros. Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken (click here for address and info)
East Village
You will get messy; try not to get honey on your pants.

Red Hook Lobster Pound (click here for address and info)
Red Hook and East Village
You may not want a lobster roll, but you're definitely gonna want some lobster mac 'n cheese.

Bantam Bagels (click here for address and info)
West Village
You know how you love pizza bagels and breakfast sandwiches? Imagine that in ball form.

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (click here for address and info)
Harlem
The dino poutine will make your day.

OddFellows Ice Cream Company (click here for address and info)
Williamsburg
You're tired of Ben & Jerry's not putting crazy-enough ingredients in their ice cream.

Dominique Ansel Bakery (click here for address and info)
Soho
Skip the line for Cronuts and Milk and Cookie Shots, and house the billion other totally awesome pastries they have. Frozen s'mores, perhaps?

The Nugget Spot (click here for address and info)
Gramercy
ALL THEY DO IS NUGGETS! IT'S PERFECT!

Puddin' by Clio (click here for address and info)
East Village
Unless you plan ahead and stock up on Snack Packs.

Mile End Sandwich Shop (click here for address and info)
NoHo
Skip the platters and sandwiches, and go right for the smoked meat poutine. And then go back for the sandwiches.

Brooklyn Piggies (click here for address and info)
East Village
They save you from having to preheat your oven.

Potatopia (click here for address and info)
Greenwich Village
Build your own cheese fries here. So, "One with everything, please."

Treat House (click here for address and info)
UWS
The only thing they have here is amazing rice krispie treats. The only thing you're gonna want to order, anyway, is... amazing rice krispie treats.

Crif Dogs (click here for address and info)
East Village
Duh.

King Noodle (click here for address and info)
East Williamsburg
The mirrors and lights in this place may trip you out, but the Doritos kimchee carbonara and the Mapo tofu cheese fries are worth it.

Little Muenster (click here for address and info)
LES
They've got "super fancy" and super great grilled cheese concoctions waiting for you.

BaoHaus (click here for address and info)
East Village
Never mind the fact that the owner has been on a show calledMunchies, Eddie Huang's spot is hooking you up with a zillion pork buns if you want (you will want).

Sticky's Finger Joint (click here for address and info)
Greenwich Village
Well, they've got salted caramel chicken fingers topped with crunchy crushed pretzels, so...

Smorgasburg (click here for address and info)
Williamsburg
As long as you can handle crowds, this place is basically a jackpot. Fried chicken, ramen, ramen burgers, grilled cheese...

Dos Toros (click here for address and info)
West Village, UES, Union Square, Williamsburg
You could always go for a burrito, really.

Barn Joo (click here for address and info)
Flatiron
Double-fried chicken and a giant full moon on the ceiling. No, you are not imagining that.

Sweet Chick (click here for address and info)
Williamsburg
Fried chicken and waffles, mac 'n cheese, and sloppy duck sliders. Get extra -- you'll want to continue this at home.

Los Perros Locos (click here for address and info)
LES
Hot dogs and fries topped with Fritos and fried pork skin!

Jeepney (click here for address and info)
East Village
Sisig tacos and the Chore Burger are calling your name. Whoa, not literally.

The Burger Bistro (click here for address and info)
Bay Ridge, Park Slope, UES, Astoria
You can get some pretty insane burgers here. And if you're lucky, this will be the special.

The Meatball Shop (click here for address and info)
Chelsea, West Village, UES, LES, Williamsburg
You're allowed to draw on the menus. Also, you can eat a million meatballs (it's encouraged).

Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter (click here for address and info)
East Village
You could make a whole day out of Ave C, or you could just hunker down with fried chicken.

Action Burger (click here for address and info)
East Williamsburg
You may find yourself in the mood for video games, comic books, and burgers stuffed with other burgers.

Taquitoria (click here for address and info)
LES
Have them deliver a box of 40 of these rolled, fried, flavor bombs.

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Ducks Eatery (click here for address and info)
East Village
They're the Brisket Kings of NYC, but they've also got hickory-smoked wings, beef back ribs, and brisket jerky.

Andrew Zimmer   is Thrillist's NYC Editor, and he's hoping to eat at each and every one of these spots this weekend. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.