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NYC Oct 11-13 with foodie tweens

aja1223 | Sep 14, 201912:23 PM     8

We're traveling to NYC for a long weekend in Oct. with our 9 and 10 year old sons. Hubby and kids first time in NY. Staying in midtown. Plans are open Friday, Bronx Zoo Sat and Broadway early Sunday night. Looking for great quality food, definitely good wine/cocktails at dinner, and family friendly but not too "kid-ish." Touristy spots like Ellen's don't really appeal to us. Kids are experienced restaurant diners used to behaving through fairly long meals. Dinner on vacation is an event, so sit down dinner recs please. Bfast/lunch can be quick (pizza) or sit down, as we usually do one or the other and grab something quick to tide over until big dinner. Their favorite restaurant experience has been RPM Italian in DC if that helps at all. My husband isn't into Indian food. More concerned about good meal than budget so any recs welcome. Thanks in advance!

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