Eat and Drink NYC food Instagrammers you need to follow immediately By KARINA SHEDROFSKY Updated July 27, 2015 1:34 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email On Instagram, food photography is where it's at. If you haven't taken a picture of your meal, did you really eat it? Whether it's the high quality photos or just the insanely good food they are eating, these NYC food Instagrammers are making our mouths water and showing us where to get the best eats in the city. Got your own food photos? Share them at #amnyeats! @eatingnyc Photo Credit: Instagram/ @eatingnyc You know she's on her Instagram game if there's a photo of White Girl Rose in her feed. @Eatingnyc is keeping her 92,900 followers up to date on the latest food trends while always making us want to stop what we are doing and run to get a taste of whatever she's getting. @foodbabyny Photo Credit: Instagram/ @foodbabyny This is the cutest food Instagram. Ever. Mike Chau shows his 55,800 followers the best food in the city while giving his adorable baby french fry eyebrows and chicken wing hats. How this guy eats multiple ice cream cones and donuts a day, we don't know, but as long as he keeps posting, we also don't care. @danielkrieger Photo Credit: Instagram/ @danielkrieger Self-proclaimed documenter of deliciousness, Daniel Krieger creates beautiful images of food from NYC's worthwhile restaurants. His photography is stunning, and he often writes thorough descriptions that illustrate the featured dish or restaurant. He has 134,000 followers, and if you aren't one of them you're missing out. @new_fork_city Photo Credit: Instagram/ @new_fork_city The foodies behind this account seem to be hitting up the trendiest restaurants in the city. If you want to know where all the cool kids are eating join 248,000 others and follow @new_fork_city. @bestfoodny Photo Credit: Instagram/ @hungrynycgirls This account follows all of NYC's food Instagrammers so you don't have to (though you should). Their entire profile is "re-grams" from other accounts posting delicious food from vendors and restaurants around the city. Use their hashtag #myfab5 on your next food shot and you may make the cut. Having you're photo shared with 16,500 followers basically makes you "insta-famous." @threadsalt Photo Credit: Instagram/ @threadsalt Dillion Burke runs Salt Creative, a social media agency that works with restaurants & bars, so naturally his Instagram account is on a different level. He knows restaurants, he knows food and he knows how to entertain his 6,704 followers with clever captions: "you never post pictures of me on your Instagram"- "well you need to look more like french fries," for example. @a.couple.eats Photo Credit: Instagram/ @a.couple.eats We have no idea why this couple has only 103 followers. They post good quality pictures of good quality food. What more can the Instagram world of foodies ask for? They also cook, so expect a few homemade food shots thrown into the lot. @addzim Photo Credit: Instagram/ @addzim As the New York editor of Thrillist, Andrew Zimmerknows how to eat and is pretty hip and with-it when it comes to NYC food. He is currently on a quest to find the perfect lobster roll, so if you join the 6,298 others and follow him, expect to see a lot of these bad boys in your feed- #NotComplaining @infatuation Photo Credit: Instagram/ @infatuation The creators of #EEEEEATS , or the food Instagram account that arguably started it all. They do post food from cities around the country, but NYC makes plenty of appearances. This is an entire publication dedicated solely to posting articles and pictures of the best food out there. Chances are you are already one of their 300,000 followers, but if not, today is the day to become one. @grubshotsnyc Photo Credit: Instagram/ @grubshotsnyc They write captions that are short but informative and take pictures of food that is drool-worthy. They know where the good food is at, and they share the love with their 22,000 followers. @grubshotsnyc makes deciding where to eat a piece of cake, or pizza, or whatever. @vendyawards Photo Credit: Instagram/ @vendyawards Leave it to the creators of the Vendy Awards- an annual street food competition- to create an Instagram account showcasing the best Indian food, shaved ice, souvlaki wraps, breakfast burritos and donuts you can find on our city's streets. They host a summer food market in East Harlem, and their photos will make you clear your Sunday schedule so you can get there. @EatUpNewYork Photo Credit: Instagram/ @EatUpNewYork This Instagram account has breakfast, lunch, dinner and desert down to a science. Don't know where to find mac n' cheese spring rolls or fried pork mofongo? Look no further than @EatUpNewYork. And they have plenty of bagel sandwiches stuffed with eggs and dripping with cheese if you're into that kind of thing. Their 16,400 followers definitely are. By KARINA SHEDROFSKY Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.