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Need dining ideas for kids around Empire State Building area/Macy's

cdoobiest | Dec 9, 201406:31 PM     5

Hi, staying at Hyatt Place this weekend to give the kids their first experience seeing NYC at Christmas time. Located behind Empire State Building on 36 Street between 5th and 6th. We get free breakfast but need ideas for Friday night dinner, maybe Sat lunch and dinner and Sunday lunch. We will mostly be at hotel or at Christmas displays on 5th, Times Square area.

Don't know this area too well. I was thinking Korean BBQ if anyone has suggestions, or Korean Fried Chicken since near Koreatown.

Also, in no particular order:

Magnolia for Banana Pudding/Cupcakes, Milk Bar, Vynl for brunch (if still around), Junior for Cheesecake.

I know my list all over the place, but if anyone has other good recommendations, I would appreciate it.

Sprinkles
Sprinkles New York - Upper East Side
Milk Bar Upper West Side
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