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2 Days in NY mostly Murray Hill area

burgeoningfoodie | Aug 20, 201907:55 AM     26

I'm going up to NYC for a baby naming this coming week. We will be staying mostly in the Murray Hill section with a jaunt over to Chelsea to check out Museum of Illusions. I'm on a budget and going with a non adventurous 6 year old and my wife (also not overly adventurous).

What are your suggestion for good eats? I know the area we are in is surrounded by sushi and maybe ramen and so I was initially looking at Soba Totta since we could do Ramen and my kid would probably eat anything on a stick. We will already be doing deli from Sarge's and I believe my family up there booked us at a place called Dock's (which I'm hesistant to say seems like overpriced garbage). What are some other good suggestions? Luke's Lobster? Cipriani? Roberta's? Patsy's Pizza?

And since I always go on the hunt for good pastry, is there somewhere nearby that has a good Kouign Amann?

Sarge's Delicatessen & Diner
Docks Oyster Bar
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