Every human has their own preferred hangover meal. Mine is a 20 oz. Red Bull and three sleeves of saltines. Other folks prefer loaves of bread, omelets, bodega egg-and-cheeses, or not eating for 18 hours until the world stops spinning. If you prefer your hangover dishes restaurant-sourced, though, there are plenty of panaceas around town to keep your stomach lining from shedding in the nearest toilet and/or subway platform. Here are our 10 favorites; leave yours in the comments, and note that though we've typically run Gothamist's Best Hangover post on New Year's Day, I'm still recovering from Saturday night, so these tips are still applicable.

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EVERYTHING BAGEL WITH LOX SPREAD AT ABSOLUTE BAGELS: I have a theory—hard-tested by years of vomiting up plain bagels with tofu cream cheese—that a morning hangover bagel must include lox. Something about the fatty fish oils and the salt, I don't know, it's just science! There are lots of good bagel places around town, but Absolute Bagels is the only one that comes close to my beloved, lost H&H, and though I'd never go all the way to the UWS just for a hangover bagel, if you happen to be half-dead in the neighborhood and need to take a bagel with lox spread to the face, here's your girl.

Absolute Bagels is located at 2788 Broadway between 107th and 108th Street in Manhattan Valley (212-932-2052).

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HASH BROWNS AT TOM'S RESTAURANT: If you wake up after a night of debauchery and are lucky enough to be in Prospect Heights, drag yourself to Tom's Restaurant and grab a counter seat. Order coffee immediately and ignore the menu when it's offered to you. Forget about omelettes and pancakes—such meals are for perky couples brunching before spin class. You're hurting and this is a rescue mission. You're there for the fucking hash browns. Greasy, crispy, and filling in a deep, character-building way, the hash browns at Tom's can help to bury even the worst of hangovers, like quicklime over a mass grave of whiskey shots and bad decisions. Apply both ketchup and hot sauce liberally, stir the entire mass with your fork, and dig in. When you're finished, buy some Advil from the bodega one block up Washington. Continue walking with your full belly and smile—everything is already beautiful and soon nothing will hurt. (Scott Heins)

Tom's is located at 782 Washington Avenue between Sterling and Lincoln Places in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn (718-636-9738).

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BURGER AND FRIES AT DONOVAN'S PUB: Sometimes a late-breaking hangover requires a healthy dose of ground beef, and the stripped down burger at this Woodside pub—arguably the best in Queens—is a pretty solid standby. Not that the offerings here are anything fancy: A basic burger runs $9.95, a cheeseburger $10.95, and the special "Donovan" burger, packed with peppers, onions and mushrooms, runs $10.95. Burgers come with steak fries to help soak up last night's whiskey, but feel free to order a brew on draft if you need a little hair of the dog to get you through, too.

Donovan's is located at 57-24 Roosevelt Ave in Woodside, Queens (718-429-9339, donovansny.com).

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NORWEGIAN SANDWICH AT LITTLE SKIPS: The thing a body craves most when hungover—aside from the sweet, sweet kiss of death—is BREAD, served perhaps with some savory vitamin-heavy protein and a double-fisting liquid situation involving coffee and water. Enter, the Norwegian sandwich, served up at Bushwick standby cafe Little Skips. This $11 open-faced beauty is made with goat cheese, spinach, smoked salmon, tomatoes, and avocado, doused with honey-lemon vinaigrette and slapped atop a thick slab of Balthazar multigrain bread. Pair it with an espresso shot or two, drink six gallons of water and you'll feel like your sober self again in a few hours.

Little Skips is located at 941 Willoughby Avenue between Myrtle Ave and Charles Place in Bushwick, Brooklyn (718-484-0980, littleskips.nyc).

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GAMJA TANG STEW AT NEW WONJO: A massive helping of this spicy Korean stew is sure to soothe your post-drinking pains. The $15 plate consists of pork bone and potato simmered in a fiery broth, peppered with floating pieces of tender pork neck meat and flavorful seasoning, paired with a side of rice. The combination of the spice and flame will perk you back up in no time.

New Wonjo is located at 23 West 32nd Street between 5th Ave and Broadway in Midtown (212-695-5815, newwonjo.com).

CHILAQUILES AT CHAVELA'S: $13.95 will get you your choice of heaping, steaming brunch selection at this Mexican Crown Heights spot, a solid enough deal for many an alcohol-drenched mind. But the real hangover killer here are the chilaquiles, savory tortillas cooked in salsa verde or mole and served with fried eggs, cheese, cream and refried beans. If that's not enough food for you, opt to add chicken, steak or chorizo for an extra $3 and wash your meal down with an included glass of juice, cup of coffee or hot tea in the brunch deal, which also comes with a Mexican sweet bread for added dose of carbs. If you don't make it over to Chavela's in time for brunch—which runs from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays—you can score the chilaquiles as a specialty item on Wednesdays.

Chavela's is located at 736 Franklin Ave between Park and Sterling Places in Crown Heights, Brooklyn (718-622-3100, chavelasnyc.com).

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DUMPLINGS AT VANESSA'S DUMPLING HOUSE: Repeated self experimentation has proven that MSG has an otherworldly power when it comes to sopping up intestinal whiskey residue. And the boiled, steamed or fried offerings at any of the Vanessa's Dumpling House outposts hit the spot when you're under hangover attack, filling your uneasy stomach with moist or crispy dough, salty fillings and a million pounds of soy sauce. The boiled whole wheat shredded veggie dumplings are particularly stomach saving; $5.49 gets you a plate of eight dumplings, and you can wash down your meal with a bubble tea or two post-feast.

Vanessa's has three locations in New York: 118 Eldridge Street between Broome and Grand Streets in Chinatown (212-625-8008); 220 East 14th Street between 2nd and 3rd Aves in the East Village (212-529-1329); and 310 Bedford Ave between South 1st and 2nd Streets in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-218-8809).

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BREAKFAST BURRITO AT QUEENS COMFORT: The downside to this delicious dish and sublime apres-tequila painkiller is that you will have to wait for it, since brunch lines at this Astoria spot are notoriously cruel. Once you're inside, though, opt for this fiery burrito, made with sausage, cheese, scrambled eggs and sriracha aioli. The dish also comes with crinkle cut fries to add the right dose of fried starch to your meal, and rings in at $13; get a $3 cup of Stumptown to accompany the burrito and to keep you from coming down with caffeine shakes.

Queens Comfort is located at 4009 30th Ave in Astoria, Queens (718-728-2350, queenscomfort.com).

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SAUSAGE, GRAVY AND EGGS AT JACOB'S PICKLES: On a normal day, the sausage gravy and biscuits, topped with fried eggs, is a decadent treat. When you're hungover, it's a perfect stick-to-your ribs meal that is actually fulfilling a very primal desire. A Cornell professor told Popular Science, "All mammals gravitate to eating the most energy-dense foods. Fat is the most energy-dense food available"—and when you're, uh, impaired, you don't make those more measured food decisions. So this $11 plate of comfort food, an impossibly large amount of gravy topping mixed with runny egg yolk over fluffy biscuits, is all the more delicious. (Jen Chung}

Jacob's Pickles is located at 509 Amsterdam Avenue between 84th and 85th Streets on the Upper West Side (212-470-5566, jacobspickles.com)

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PHO TAI AT LUU'S BAGUETTE: Soup is the cure for everything, as we all learn when we're sick or hungover or just plain sad. A standby for students at nearby Baruch College and SVA, Luu's Baguette has made its name with a wide offering of cheap, tasty banh mi and delicious pho. The nearly foot-long Banh Mi Ga Xao Cari ($7.50) stuffed with curried chicken, pickled carrots and radish, cilantro and mayo, is our pick for the best cure-per-inch, but the main attraction here is the pho. If you want to fill your weary body with liquid happiness, the $8 Pho Tai with lean brisket beef simmered with onion, bean sprout, scallion, cilantro and a pinch of lime is the way to go. (Erica Siudzinski)

Luu's Baguette is located at 134 East 26th Street between Lexington Ave and 3rd Ave in Kips Bay (212-679-8881; luusbaguette.com)