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Visiting NYC..need some minor suggestions....


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Visiting NYC..need some minor suggestions....

boostedgator | | Sep 4, 2008 07:51 AM

Hey everyone, I am a new poster here but have been searching the boards for quite some time now. I love this site! Anyway I have been to NYC many, many times with my family but this trip will be the first that my girlfriend and I are enjoying together. We are arriving in NYC Monday Sept. 15th in the A.M. and departing Wednesday the 17th in the P.M.

Anyway I have planned out most of the trip thanks to this site and just need a few minor suggestions for some good eats. So you know we aren't picky eaters, I will try anything at least once and she would do it if I did it haha.

Monday the 15th:
I am looking for a place for breakfast to eat near Rockefeller Center. After dropping our bags off at the hotel (48th and 8th) the girlfriend wants to go there and maybe take a tour. I was considering Rock Center Cafe but am not 100% on that. Any suggestions on a breakfast place that is either near by or on the path of our walk from our hotel?

I'm also looking to finalize a late lunch/early dinner place. We're attending the Yankee game that night. I have Carnegie Deli on my list before we jump on the subway to get to the stadium. Sound like a good idea? Any place near the stadium in the Bronx we "MUST" try out? Also any food in Yankee stadium that is a must?

Tuesday the 16th:
We are going to the MNH and then Central Park. We both want Dirty water dogs and feel that lunch would be a good time to enjoy one. Any recommendations near Central park? We're trying to have a light lunch because we're having a big dinner at Marchi's that night.

Wednesday the 17th:
Mainly doing a lot of downtown touristy stuff. We're hitting up John's Pizzeria on Bleecker street for lunch and she is thinking she wants Sushi for dinner possibly. How is Sushi Sen-nin near the ESB? Any other recommendations?

Thanks in advance for the help and suggestions. This site is a great source of info!

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