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August 28, 2015

Your Guide To Every National Food Day In September


These days, it seems like there is a #NationalDayForEVERYTHING. I can't log onto Twitter without the first trending topic dictating what my Instagram for the day will be. National Puppy Day, National Sangria Day, National French Fry Day, it's getting hard to keep up.

But fret not, my dears! Today we've compiled a list of every national foodie day happening in September (plus where around NYC you can celebrate)! Fact, there are TWO national days having to do with coffee, and I am so okay with that. Also, there's a National I LOVE FOOD DAY. Can we talk about that? Actually - we can't. My face is too filled with food.

Let the hashtags commence!

September 5th – National Cheese Pizza Day
Chic, Westchester eatery, Thymeboasts Margarita and Bacon and Onion pizzas to liven up the classic cheese pizza on this holiday.


September 6th – National Coffee Ice Cream Day
Dive into ‘21’ Club’s Chocolate Banana Bliss made with toasted walnuts and coffee ice cream after an iconic meal at one of NYC’s most celebrates restaurants. 
Belgian chocolatier, Neuhausperfects the classic flavor with their Mocha Ice Cream topped with rich, melted Neuhaus chocolate.


September 7th - National Beer Lover’s Day
Hamptons burger joint, LT Burgeris the place to be for all beer lovers out there. The restaurant’s Draft Beer selection ranges from Peroni and Guinness to Montauk Brewery and a house Micro Brew. They even offer Omission – a delicious gluten free beer!

September 9th – National “I Love Food” Day
AKA THE BEST DAY EVER

September 12th – National Chocolate Milkshake Day
LT Burger – Sag O’ Chocolate “Rated R” Milkshake made with chocolate ice cream, oreo, amaretto and godiva liqueur

September 13th – National Peanut Day
Mexican eatery, Toloachegives an authentic Mexican touch to the simplest of nuts on this holiday. Tostada de Cangrejo, a crab meat ceviche on a crispy tortilla with sea urchin, avocado and Oaxacan peanut salsa is a delicious and adventurous way to celebrate!

September 15th – National Linguine Day
It wouldn't be National Linguine Day without the mother of all Linguine dishes: Linguine alle Vongole. For the best takes on this classic Italian dish, Linguine lovers head to Alfredo 100 for their Linguine Alle Vongole Nel Gusico, Linguine with fresh clams in a white or red sauce or Tutto Il Giorno where this chic Italian eatery (in Tribeca and the Hamptons) pairs fresh East Coast clams with flamed summer tomatoes and a sprinkle of parsley for the Linguine.



September 16th – National Guacamole Day
Julian Medina is juggling avocados both in Astoria at Tacuba (opening a second location this Fall) and in Manhattan at all three locations of Toloache, delighting patrons with this buttery and zesty dip.  At Tacuba it’s done tableside where at Toloache diners have the option of the Trio de Guacamole complete with tradicional (serrano), frutas (habanero) with pomegranate, mango, apple and rojo (chipotle) with queso fresco.
Guacamole goes well with just about everything – burgers included. Stop by LT Burger for a bite of the Mexican, an 8oz certified Angus beef blend burger topped with house chili, guacamole, mecox cheddar, peppered bacon and sweet catch-up.



September 18th – National Cheeseburger Day
The Delmonicos brothers put the first hamburger steak on their menu in 1834, even predating the existing Beaver Street restaurant.  The version at this FiDi restaurant and it’s Midtown sister restaurant Delmonico’s Kitchen is now epic: The Delmonico Double Cheeseburger stacks two prime burgers with white Clothbound cheddar, crispy onions and the classic Ranhoffer Sauce.
‘21’ Club helped spin the term gourmet burger back in the 1950’s and to this day the ‘21’ Burger is hailed as one of the best in town.  Made with a prime blend of beef chuck, short rib, dry aged porterhouse and brisket, this 10 ounce delight is topped off with cheddar, grilled onions, homemade pickles and a house combo of mustards, vinegar and ketchup known as ‘21’ Sauce. 
Newcomer BKB treats Upper East Siders to an Angus Sirloin Burger topped with caramelized onions, spiced mayo and Wisconsin Cheddar. 
If still enjoying the Eastern Shore, then LT Burger is THE place to be on this holiday. Cheeseburgers any way you can imagine including Veggie BurgersNo Bun BurgersTurkey Burgers and “The Mexican” style burger with chili, guacamole and sour cream can be found at this Sag Harbor burger spot.

September 22nd – National Ice Cream Cone Day
It’s the last day of summer! Cool off one more time with Neuhaus’s brand new ice cream station at Madison Avenue flagship.

September 28th – National Drink Beer Day
See National Beer Lover’s Day above!

September 29th – National Coffee Day
Chic Italian eatery with Hamptons and TriBeCa locations, Tutto Il Giornoboasts a scrumptious, bittersweet Tiramisumade with Mascarpone and Espresso to celebrate this simple holiday just a little bit differently.