Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

Let’s face it, mac & cheese is never going out of style. This classic dish is a total treat that nourishes your soul while also replenishing your well-being. In fact, some swear by it to cure a bad case of the winter blues! Luckily for us, Washington Heights offers plenty of great options when it comes to indulging in some gooey goodness. Read on to check out the best five spots below. They are proof that home is where the mac and cheese is. Read on for the best mac and cheese in Washington Heights!

Le Cheile

839 W. 181st St.

Le Cheile is the neighborhood’s top Irish bar and restaurant. Their creamy adult mac and cheese comes served on a skillet. You can also choose to pair it up with a selection of their freshly prepared farmer’s sides. Some great ones include the caramelized brussel sprouts, the mushrooms with leeks and herbs, and also the roasted artichoke hearts with parmesan cheese. Their kid version of mac and cheese uses buttered elbow macaroni and is also extraordinarily gooey. Kids can also add bacon onto them for one extra $1 during dinner time. Le Cheile is a cozy spot that also offers panoramic views of the George Washington Bridge and the Hudson River.

Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

http://lecheilenyc.com

Crazy Annie’s

3910 Broadway

The chefs at Crazy Annie’s are experts at making deliciously satisfying comfort food. Annie’s signature mac and cheese is prepared with a homemade blend of 3 cheeses and uses shell pasta. A variety of toppings such as pulled pork, pulled chicken, pepper, and bacon add an extra layer of amazingness to the dish. For an extra charge, you can also add their apple wood smoked brisket as a topping. Their signature brisket is dipped in a legendary cherry bourbon BBQ sauce that’s out of this world. The atmosphere at this casual eatery is always laid-back. We can’t think of a better place to enjoy your macaroni!

Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

via Yelp

http://www.crazyanniesnyc.com

Tryon Public House

4740 Broadway

Tryon Public House is an upscale gastropub and also a craft beer bar. It serves comfort dishes in an upscale and refined atmosphere. The restaurant’s located just steps away from the Fort Tryon Park area. The baked mac and cheese is available on the main menu which means you can order it for lunch or also dinner. It’s prepared with a blend of three cheeses and is served in a cast iron skillet. The outer layer is the right amount of crispy while the cheese is gooey and also has a sweet taste of garlic. You can add a variety of toppings such as bacon, chicken, short rib, chili, and lobster. Mac & cheese prepared with elbow pasta is also an option on the kids menu.

Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

via Yelp

http://www.tryonpublichouse.com

Fat Pig

120 Dyckman St.

Fat Pig is the first smokehouse to be located in the heart of Washington Heights. It’s authentic BBQ dishes are finger-licking good and their creamy mac and cheese is no exception. They use ziti pasta and follow a special recipe that also blends FOUR different cheeses together. A generous portion of pepper and other flavorful spices is then also added on top of the pasta. The end result makes for one heavenly dish that’s both irresistibly chewy and salty. For an extra kick of taste, add one of the bbq sauces onto the mac and cheese. The jalapeño flavor is the perfect choice for those who love anything spicy! Fat Pig is also considered one of the best restaurants in Washington Heights.

Best Mac and Cheese in Washington Heights

via Yelp

http://fatpignyc.com

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Edgar is a a film fanatic, a food lover, and an Upper West Side enthusiast. After working in PR and marketing in Chicago, he is pursuing his dream of becoming a writer. He loves photography and on his spare time you can find him hiking or biking the great outdoors (while also snapping some pretty awesome Instagram pics!).

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