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Could Use a lot of Help

jrgkittredge | Nov 20, 201404:53 PM     14

We're spending several days in NYC in December Here's what we could use help with:

NYE dinner - either fairly near the Palace hotel or down toward Central Park. We'll eat late, nice atmosphere/vibe, but not super expensive (<$100pp) and not romantic. American, French, Tapas, Greek, Russian, other, just no Italian or Asian please.

Breakfast - Simple, cheap, near Palace hotel, i.e 15-20 mins. walk. Diners, delis, great bakeries, breakfast places are all good. Prefer places where there isn't a huge wait.

Brunch - walking distance from hotel - higher end than the typical breakfast place. Nice brunch atmosphere can be moderate to moderately expensive i.e. entrees in the 20's.

Dinner in Soho/Chelse/west side/Greenwich/Nolita - we'd like to head down to one of the neighborhoods to stroll and have dinner. Would like to go to a fun place, cool vibe, not expensive more moderate, open on type of cuisine.

I know this is a lot to ask, any and all help is super appreciated.

Thanks!

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