We all know Lafayette, Carbone, and Chez Sardine are dope—but if you don’t want to drop $300 on dinner, Time Out New York’s latest Cheap Eats issue has you covered. The all-encompassing guide to wallet-friendly dining hits newstands this week and is currently online in full right here.

The TONY staff looks way beyond $2 dumplings. Of particular note is a roundup of NYC’s 10 best new cheap eats restaurants, including Blue Collar Burger, which sells a paddy “griddle-pressed à la In-N-Out, swaddled in a squishy Martin’s potato roll with gooey American cheese, lettuce, tomato, chopped onion, pickles and mayo-based special sauce” (we agree—catch our GIF of it here). Also on the best new bargain bites list is Aux Epices, a noteworthy Malaysian bistro on Baxter Street that we’ve been eager to try. You’ll find a roundup of the city’s best budget-friendly BBQ—including Mighty Quinn’s, Fletcher’s, and BrisketTown—in addition to a guide to ramen styles and where to eat them, a roundup of international handheld snacks, and an overview of the city’s five best new tacos. What’s more, there’s a gallery of cheap eats food porn, featuring 53 stunning photos of apple-bacon pizza, seafood laksa, fish tacos, and more.