Top Cheap Eats In NYC At Insanely Low Prices

Here’s an issue we can all relate to at some point.. Why is dining out so expensive!?

Unfortunately, NYC is infamous for high prices but don’t you fear!

We at HungerPass feel your pain and have put together a little guide for the cheapest (but most delicious) eats in the city!

We’ve even included some HungerPass restaurants for an even cheaper deal!


City Sub

82 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY

We all know the best way to fill up on the go is with a sandwich.

It’s a quick and easy option that keeps us full and doesn’t break the bank! City Sub, located in Brooklyn, is the perfect stop for a high quality sandwich.

This Brooklyn hot spot is popular as it is delicious. With 29 signature subs with cool and creative names, and a create your own option, you really can’t go wrong here!


Ono Bowls

33 E 8th St, New York, NY

33 E 8th St, New York, NY

Acai bowls are the most recent talk of the town. If you haven’t tried a healthy but sweet and delicious acai bowl yet, Ono Bowls is your opportunity to do so!

Not only does bowl bar serve all vegan and gluten free options, it’s also super affordable!

The owner, originally from Hawaii, strives to bring the island to NYC with her fresh fruity meals.

Try a juice cleanse or a create your own oatmeal for only $4.50! The colorful options are endless!


Gino’s Pizza

345 E. 83rd St.

Another popular meal choice for some cheap eating is pizza! If you find yourself on the Upper East Side and crave a slice, Gino’s Pizza is awaiting your arrival.

Not only is their pizza regularly affordable, but HungerPass members take an extra 15% off as well.

Gino’s is known for their pizza but offers much more and has a pasta dish or calzone for everyone’s taste buds.


CoffeeBerry Restaurant

618 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY.

It’s a foodie’s natural instinct to save room for dessert. At CoffeeBerry, custom Kosher dishes are prepared fresh daily and never disappoint!

With dozens of sweet treats such as cheesecakes and apple pies, this eatery allows those with a sweet tooth to indulge without spending a fortune.

This being said, CoffeeBerry serves up much more than just dessert with lunch and dinner options as well.

To top it all off, diners flock to CoffeeBerry for their gourmet milkshakes that all cost less than ten dollars! A NY style cheesecake milkshake? Count me in!


Even the most hungry foodies can dine affordably in NYC. From pasta and pizza to pies and potatoes, dine deliciously with the HungerPass app!

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