New York City's 8 Best Hangover-Busters

New York City's 8 Best Hangover-Busters

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Delivery is a strong move when you're hungover, but sometimes, it's also good to get some fresh air and go to an actual restaurant for food that will heal your mind and body.

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    Eat the beef rib to feel like a mighty warrior once again. It's about a pound of tender, smoky beef with a thick crust and pleasant patches of fat around the edges. For maximum enjoyment, eat it with your hands, on the bone. Then go back to bed.
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    Han Dynasty might just serve the best Dan Dan noodles in New York City. The noodles are covered in a sauce that's rich and spicy, and there's a good amount of meat interspersed throughout. Also, the servers mix the noodles for you.
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    Lafayette serves an excellent fancypants cheeseburger made with pleasantly funky brisket patty and raclette cheese. The fries are some of the best you'll find in downtown Manhattan. Don't share this with anyone.
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    In these fish tacos, the fish chunks have thick, greaseless crusts, the meat is moist inside, and there's not too much garnish on top. This is a fine specimen of a fish taco.
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    The shawarma is just a pile of succulent roasted chicken and lamb on a massive mound of hummus. The kind people at Zizi Limona are extremely generous with the warm pita bread.
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    Using some Willy Wonka-style magic, Dale Talde figured out how to make a ramen broth that tastes exactly like buttered burnt toast. It's very unusual. The broth comes with standard ramen noodles, scallions, and a six minute egg.
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    They just give this sticky rice to you like bread and butter at the start of your meal, for free. It's reason enough to go to Khe-Yo when you're hungover. One of the sauces is a thick eggplant puree, and the other is a slightly acidic pepper paste.
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    When your brain is soft and you're craving nourishment, Maysville's pulled pork sandwich might just blow your mind. The pulled pork is moist and pleasantly smoky with a bit of a vinegar kick, and it's served on a soft ciabata roll.
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