Each year The Recording Academy acknowledges some of the best acts in music at the annual Grammy Awards. The Grammy Awards is a night artists, producers, and music fans of all genres look forward to each year. The anticipation of receiving an award and recognition of the incredible music make the Grammys one of the most iconic award shows. 

The past 14 award ceremonies have been held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. However, in 2018, music’s biggest night is expected to make its return to the Big Apple, since it was last hosted there in 2003. While the plans for this move are still underway, make the wait a little bit easier by eating at some of the city’s best restaurants for foods inspired by some of your favorite Grammy artists.

1. Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer

When Tay said she shakes it off, she really meant she goes to get a milkshake, right? These milkshakes look almost as good as a Grammy award itself, with their delicious flavors and crazy toppings.

2. Macchiato Espresso Bar

Yeezy knows a thing or two about Grammys (he has over 20) and mocha lattes. Grab one from the Macchiato Espresso Bar in NYC.

3. The Grey Dog

The release of Lemonade undoubtedly shook the nation. Sip on refreshing lemonade from The Grey Dog in honor of Queen Bey’s latest album.

4. Sugar Factory

Sugar, yes please. Maroon 5 was definitely talking about the goblets from the Sugar Factory in their summer jam.

5. Junior's Cheesecake

Why fight when you can enjoy the best cheesecake NYC has to offer? Drake would totally agree that Junior’s is not child’s play.

6. Rare View Rooftop Bar

The Chainsmokers “drank too much and that’s an issue.” If only they had a view like the one from the Rare View Rooftop Bar...

7. Root & Bone

No one likes their chicken fried more than the Zac Brown Band. Get some of the Grammy-winning band’s favorite dish at Root & Bone.

8. Beehive Oven Biscuit Café

Life will be gravy with biscuits from BeeHive Oven Biscuit Café. If someone asks you to share, in the words of Kacey Musgraves, tell them to mind their own biscuits!