All five presidential candidates have made campaign stops in New York City ahead of the state primary on April 19.
Many of those stops involved eating some of New York’s famous food, including a Nathan’s hot dog in Coney Island and pizza at Gino’s Pizzeria in Queens. Others were rallies held throughout the boroughs.
The Democrats have spent more time campaigning in the city than the Republicans, but each have made their pleas for support to various groups.
Scroll down to see Hillary Clinton on the No. 4 train in the Bronx, Ted Cruz making Matzah balls in Brooklyn and more.