The Greatest Soups You'll Ever Try
Friday, January 9, 2015 at 07:00 PM | Anjelica Johnson
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With the cold and snowy weather finally making it’s debut in New York City, you’re probably looking for something to keep you warm. Lucky for you, January is also National Soup month, so let's check out some of our favorite soup-happy spots in the city.

 

1. The Milling Room (446 Columbus Ave.)
This brand new restaurant in the Upper West Side serves a Tuscan White Bean Soup with cabbage, tomato, and parmesan. The hearty combination comes from Chef Scott Bryan, and it is a must try for any soup lover trying to brave the chill.

2. Brushstroke (30 Hudson St.)
If Kabocha & Butternut Squash Soup sounds amazing to you then look no further. Brushstroke, the inventive, tasting-menu-centric Japanese restaurant in Tribeca, will be serving this popular soup with Golden Crab, Porcini Mushroom, and Yuzu-Tofu Foam.


3. Trattoria Bianca (481 8th Ave.)
Offering classic, hearty Italian fare, this casual restaurant around the corner from Penn Station serves a Minestrone Soup with Tuscan kale and grana padano. If that's not up your alley, then try their delicious Baked Onion Soup that's sure to keep you warm all winter long.

4. Fogo de Chao (40 W 53rd St.)
Try the delicious Butternut Squash Soup at this upscale Brazillian steakhouse. Couple with their all-you-can-eat, table side-carved meat, and you've got yourself the perfect winter feast.

5. Tocqueville (1 E 15th St.)
American cuisine with "a Europen sensibility," Tocqueville offers a delightful Creamless Sunchoke Soup (one of our faves). The soup is made with truffle royale, sautéed sun chokes, hazelnuts, and happiness.

6. Limani (45 Rockefeller Plaza)
Love seafood? This high-end Greek-Mediterranean is known for their seafood-focused menu and currently offers a Kakavia Soup, a mix of grouper, scorpionfish and monkfish. With olive oil, onion, potatoes, sea salt, pepper, saffron - and a price tag not for the faint-hearted - this soup is bound to be out-of-this-world.

7. Noodle Village (13 Mott St.)
Noodle. Soup. Need we say more? This noodle shop is known for their crafty soups like the Mushroom with Seasonal Vegetable Noodle Soup. With plenty of delicious options including assorted wonton and dumpling soups, we'd love this place even with out the awesome price.

8. The Queens Kickshaw (40-17 Broadway)
Everything on the menu is delicious at this Astoria counter-service-eatery, known for their "fancy grilled sandwiches." For a price that won't break your bank, you can try the savory Tomato Soup or the Fall Squash Soup (butternut and delicate squash, spiced crème fraiche). Trust us, it'll be well worth the trip to Queens. 

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