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Where is the best korean in manhattan?
Looking for a moderate priced Italian restaurant on the upper east side between 72nd and 90th Streets.
Taking my parents out to dinner and would like a quiet
I've never had worse, or ruder, service, anywhere. Be warned, stay away! (Oh, the food was terrible too).
A replacement for Erizo Latino is at
hand. This (opened by Patria sous
chef Alex Garcia) Latin retuarant
was wonderful, and much cheaper
than Patria. They had Venezuelan
brunch on Sundays with...
I had lunch here a couple of years ago when it first
opened and thought the food was pretty good. Anyone had
dinner there recently ? I'm thinking of going back.
Has anyone been to the new bistro Astor (on Bleecker
and Bowery) since the new chef was hired about two
weeks ago? Is there a new menu? Please advise.
Well, I guess the word is finally out on Marumi. Up until Eric Asimov's review in today's NY Times, me and my wife, a bunch of young Japanese, and some NYU students had the place to ourselves (but...
Other than Benihana are there any real tasty hibachi
places around ?
Hi, I'll be going out to the Bay Area for the first time in about two weeks...which restaurants/take-out joints/hole in the walls/etc....shouldn't I miss? As for kind of food, I'm partial to almos...
i've just relocated for the year...please tell me that
there's more than computers and startup cos here!
where do i find it all (not just sushi, that is just
Are there any good restaurants our there (Italian or
otherwise) that let you bring your own wine? I'm
looking more on the Upper West Side, but would love to
know about others as well.
I checked out the new minimalist-chic Indian-French fusion place, Surya, in the West Village (If you've lived in the Village for awhile, you'll recall that this used to be the home of the Manhattan...
a new cafe opened up on 37th Ave and 79th street
called Cafe Grecco, I think, serving various kinds of
coffee and pastries, sorbet, and gelato. Also they have
food, including salad, sandwiches, ...
I think it's in Nesconset, on the south side of
347, east of Nichols Road, in a shopping center
just before a Taco Bell. Small little place that looks
like take-out chinese from the outside, bu...
Is it still worth it?
In Paris is the duck restaurant Le Canard Dechaine,
on 333 rue de Vaugirard, in the 15th, near metro:
Convention. They specialize in Magret, the duck
breast grilled like a Florentine beefsteak
I'm going to NYC for a brief trip, never been there!
I definately qualify as a Chowhound and want every
bite I have in the Big Apple to be the best. With all
the great restaurants how do you p...
Sunday at lunchtime, I found two women of Latin
American extraction selling stew from a table on
Roosevelt Ave. at 94th, outside Roosevelt Farms.
The stew was very good, though not very hot -- ...
they open a new themed tropical restaurant in Westbury on the 2nd level at The Soucre Mall. the name of it is called Rainforest Cafe. I ate there 2 times. it is very good and the best. it became an...
Is there life after Sylvia's? I'm going to the Schomburg tomorrow, and I've eaten at Sylvia's too often. Any good alternatives? Do you know anything about Charles Southern Style Kitchen on Eight...
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