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pneubecker | Jul 31, 200707:20 AM     51

I am an undergrad at Fordham U going into my junior year. I love eating out in nyc and am constantly finding new and exciting spots. Unfortunately, most of my first two years were spent exploring manhattan, but this year I've vowed to make it a point to get into queens/brooklyn on a more regular basis. However, finding recommendations for restaurants there is not a difficult task at the least. Rather, up in the bronx, where I live, all I seem to hear about is Arthur Ave, which I admit is great. However, after two years, I want something a little more and want to be proud of the good food that I'm sure the Bronx has. Other than Arthur Ave, I have heard of one place about 20 mins north called Frankie's and Johnnie's that I am planning on stopping, but is there any other hidden gems that I should know about? I'm sure there has to be some great spots around Yankee Stadium or anywhere for that matter. If anyone has any good eats in the Bronx, please do share. Thanks!

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