I would like a consensus opinion of the best of the Pretty Good Not Bad I Can't Complain Cheap Eats Comfort Food Places in Manhattan. In other words food in places worth raving about but not dying for.
If I don't get much response then you're going to leave this project to a guy from Minneapolis to decide what the best pretty good cheap eats comfort food is in Manhattan (such as it is) and the outskirts.
I will be using the places you so generously share on my website and will have a linkback to here and a nod to the hopefully generous support I receive from this thread.
Just got through watching Bottle Shock with Alan Rickman. Have no problem with the acting except for some assorted scenery chewing, I liked Rickman, Dennis Farina and Freddy Rodriguez but the writing and the production choices, whew! What a patch work of crud. kind of dukes of hazzard meets california wine country and throw in some French & Brits wine snobs while you're at it.. I 'm sure my wife and I could write a better script with enough cash incentive...we were taking notes... I will be sending letters to Alan Dennis and Freddy acknowledging their efforts in trying to carry the movie. Writing is so critical. Why was Gustavo spit away like spit wine in a tasting? and wasn't Sam impersonating Daisy May And Bo sure looked like a knock off of Brad Pitt.
I won't be responding until it looks like the end on advice from the moderators
But know that I'm here abiding out in the ether and that I'm very thankful for your time and advice on this very important matter.
I'm posting this in Manhattan and the Outer Boroughs and will be splitting New York up to make the maps and lists more manageable, They can eventually be accessed via my profile.
Again thank you for reading and hopefully responding.
Danny The Frugal Eating Dude.