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Family Visiting from Philly...chow help wanted


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Family Visiting from Philly...chow help wanted

ACM | Mar 21, 2005 09:38 AM

Howdy NY Hounds. This is my first time on your board, and I must say it is way hardcore (in a good way).

My family and I are visiting NYC this Thursday and don't want to be stuck with all the other tourists. So to you I beckon for help in wading through all of the restaurants/delis/cafes available.

Some Details....
What: American Cuisine preferable. Not too expensive (two siblings under 12 yrs. old who aren't looking for dining transcendence) and maybe something that has a NY-style or personality. Knock-out Sandwiches would be ok, as would a truly killa slice of pie (and I mean mad good). I was also thinking Babbo wouldn't be a bad idea - that's about as much as we would like to spend per person this time around. Oh, What about Eli Zabar places or Carnegie Deli (touristy I know)?

Where: In the morn we will be visiting MOMA. We could eat around there but it's not necessary. If there's a neato bakery or cafe around let me know.
From there we will either be heading to Central Park area or SOHO. Choices around either would be fantastic.

Well, that's all. Sorry if I'm being to picky.
Thanks for your help NY!


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