D Is for Delicious: Dining Along the D Train
by Julie Besonen
Gato. Photo: Daniel Krieger • Keens Steakhouse. Photo: Phil Kline
Getting to know the D train is rewarding, not only because it's the most rapid way to Yankee Stadium, Barclays Center and Coney Island, but also for the major stops it makes in between, like at Midtown's Columbus Circle and West 4th Street, the crossroads of Greenwich Village. Dining along the D in Manhattan should include getting off at Broadway/Lafayette for Bobby Flay's sensational Gato, 34th Street/Herald Square for the incomparable Keens Steakhouse and Rockefeller Center for the low-priced, crowd-pleasing Bill's Bar & Burger. In Brooklyn the D will drop you at 25th Avenue near L&B Spumoni Gardens, legendary for square slabs of Sicilian pizza. Hungry for more? Continue on to Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue, and get a whole pie at the iconic Totonno's. Take a look at our slideshow for other great culinary reasons to hop on the D.