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3 nights / 4 days w. toddler - looking for recs

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3 nights / 4 days w. toddler - looking for recs

2 cents | Apr 4, 2008 01:57 PM

I will be staying in Manhattan for three nights / four days in May, and here's a rough itinerary (based on where we'll be staying - The London NYC - and where we'll be going).

Saturday dinner – Landmarc (TWC)
Sunday breakfast – Sarabeth’s (CPS)
Sunday lunch – Le Burger Joint (Parker Meridien)
Sunday snacks – Grandaisy Bakery
Sunday dinner – Blue Ribbon or Otto
Monday breakfast – Norma’s (Parker Meridien)
Monday lunch – Terrace 2 (MoMA)
Monday dinner – room service
Tuesday breakfast – Bouchon Bakery (to bring back to the hotel)

The big issue is that the kid (as cute as she is) needs a nap by 1:00 p.m., and her bedtime routine starts at 7:00 p.m. / 7:30 p.m. The good news is that she's a pretty good eater, and a pretty good diner too.

My question is, are the places above feasible for 11:30 a.m. lunches and 5:00 p.m. dinners (respectively), and are there better options that I haven't come across (that are both chow-worthy and toddler-friendly)? Obviously we're spending most of our time by Central Park, but we are also planning on spending an afternoon down in the SoHo / TriBeCa neck of the woods.

Any input would be much appreciated.

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