Need HELP filling in a few gaps in our Sept 14-20 NYC itinerary of foodie family (two adults and 15 year old twins).
Sept 14th - Arrive Penn Station mid afternoon - check into hotel in Chelsea - head for Highline walk to Chelsea Market for late lunch/snack - 8pm Broadway Show W46th St - Reservations at Bills Burger Bar
Sept 15 - Breakfast at hotel - coffee at Stumptown Coffee Roasters (we are specialty coffee fanatics) - meet up with an old friend for lunch Park Ave South around 25 & 26th streets (HELP-need lunch recommendation) - Blue Man Group at 8pm - Reservations at Hundred Acres
Sept 16 - Another coffee stop a Stumptown - Doughnut Plan for a quick breakfast on the go - Famous Fat Dave´s Food Tour for Lunch - (HELP - need dinner recommendation - Japanese for sushi and non sushi lovers -- any location in Manhattan) -- I was thinking Blue Ribbon might be an option but I am looking for other suggestions after reading mixed reviews.
Sept 17 - Met Museum - Lunch at Halal Cart - Upper East Side walk - City Rover Village Sampler 3:30pm - Broadway show (HELP - need late night dinner recomendation after the show - Italian with great pasta would be just what the doctor ordered)
Sept 18 - Brooklyn Bagel Company breakfast - Museum of Natural History - Zabar's to get supplies for a picnic in the park - (HELP - need dinner recomendations for the UWS - need to have some great buffalo wings so this may be the night - Blondies any good?) Any other suggestions?
Sept 19 - Dim Sum breakfast China Town - Dim Sum Go Go, Golden Unicorn, Jing Fung - mid day Yankees Game - (HELP - need last night in NYC dinner recs - was thinking The Little Owl or Keenes - any other suggestions?)
Thanks in advance for your help!
90 Bedford Street, New York, NY 10014
Dim Sum Go Go
5 E Broadway, New York, NY 10038
18 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002
38 MacDougal St., New York, NY 10012
18 W 29th Street, New York, NY 10001
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