Take an Eating Tour of Taylor Swift's New York City
THE FAT RADISH
This Lower East Side hot spot was the latest stop on Swift's epic girls' week out. Before heading to the Bowery Ballroom with pals like Serena Williams, Zoe Kravitz, Cara Delevingne and Dakota Johnson, the group grabbed dinner at the restaurant known for serving modern British-style fare like seasonal vegetables and French fries cooked in duck fat.
THE WAVERLY INN
LA LANTERNA DI VITTORIO
The singer stopped by this Greenwich Village cafe with pal Todrick Hall for a mouthwatering Italian meal. "Taylor ordered two of our personal-size gourmet thin-crust pizzas—the Margherita and Rosetta De Lyo—with Gorgonzola and salami, two double French martinis, and for dessert, our individual signature tiramisu with vanilla gelato," a representative for the restaurant tells PEOPLE. Swift choose a belly-barring two-piece dress for their outing at the restaurant's downstairs jazz bar and supper club, Bar Next Door.
THE SPOTTED PIG
Brunch basically requires the company of a best friend, which is why Swift brought bestie Karlie Kloss to eat at the Tribeca restaurant, known for its brunch menu and indulgent baked goods, last summer.
A chic café with an expansive bistro-inspired menu, Lafayette, proved to be the ideal spot for a cozy lunch date between her and pal Tavi Gevinson in December.
BURGER & BARREL
Sometimes a girl just needs some Latin soul food. The singer hit up chef Jean-George Vongerichten's glam restaurant upon returning to New York after a pretty glam gig: performing at the Victoria's Secret fashion show.
The singer is clearly a neighborhood girl, frequenting a high percentage of restaurants located in her Tribeca area. One of her favorites? Locanda Verde, a lively Italian spot from chef Andrew Carmellini.