|by Jamie Beckman||Food + Drink, New York City, New York City, Food + Drink||0|
If you're a traveler who loves food (a.k.a. all of us!), you've probably wondered how many restaurants it would be humanly possible to visit in a new city if you just buckled down and applied yourself. Well, these guys, Harry Yuan and Bruce Aguirre, have done it for you, hitting 24 restaurants in 24 hours in 10 North American cities for their Day of Gluttony series, all delivered with sharp, videogame-style editing and a sense of humor straight out of a buddy comedy.
We're partial to the New York City video, which highlights some of our favorite cheap-eats joints—you can't go wrong with the $7.50 hot crispy chicken biscuit sandwich at Pies 'n' Thighs or a $4 quarter pound of hand-pulled Berkshire pork shoulder at barbecue haven Fette Sau, both in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. And their chosen mode of transportation is skateboard! You're gonna want to watch all 18 minutes and four seconds, trust us.