Things to Do Zagat's Tiny Cafe at NYC's Astor Place to feature bite-sized free samples from top restaurants By Dana Reszutek firstname.lastname@example.org Updated October 26, 2016 12:01 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Channel your inner tiny hamster -- yes, the one with the burrito -- and head to Zagat’s Tiny Cafe for a free taste of New York City's best eats. The Astor Place pop-up, open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, will feature a selection of local cuisines presented in less-than-bite-sized samples. The cafe is opening to celebrate Zagat's “2017 New York City Restaurants Guide,” which ranks the top restaurants around the city, and the tiny bites pay homage to Zagat's short reviews. The “tiny tasting menu” will feature miniature morsels, including the Emmy Burger and Luca Pizza from Pizza Loves Emily, the Adobada Taco from Los Tacos and chocolate chip cookies from Jacques Torres Chocolate. Catch a glimpse of the tiny morsels before you head down to the corner of Astor Place and Cooper Square to taste the dishes for yourself. Luca Pizza from Pizza Loves Emily Photo Credit: Zagat This mini pizza, which costs $19 in its full-size form, features a classic red sauce, burrata cheese and the tiniest sprinkle of basil. Emmy Burger from Pizza Loves Emily Photo Credit: Zagat This burger, which typically costs $26 -- and brings the lines to the Clinton Hill eatery -- consists of dry aged beef topped with Emmy sauce, caramelized onions, Cheddar and cornichons, all sandwiched between a pretzel bun. Adobada Taco from Los Tacos No. 1 Photo Credit: Zagat This tiny taco features spit-fired pork with pineapple placed on a bite-sized corn tortilla. Grab the normal-sized tacos for $3.50 at Los Tacos No. 1. Chocolate chip cookies from Jacques Torres Chocolate Photo Credit: Zagat Finish off your mini meal with a sweet treat from Jacques Torres Chocolate. These chocolate chip cookies are made with a house blend of 60 percent chocolate. A package of six cookies goes for $18. By Dana Reszutek email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.