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SF Foodie Coming to NYC

jobostonisafoodie | Jul 18, 2008 12:33 PM

Hey everyone, I am traveling to NYC with my best friend and staying there for 6 nights right by Bryant Park and the library. On our last night, we were hoping to check out Daniel because one of our friends used to work there before being an exec chef here in the Bay. However, Daniel will be closed for renovations for all of August and now her friend (who is one of those "I don't want to go to a place where we pay a lot of money and still won't get full" type of a guy) is coming. I want to go to a quality-driven place, but affordable as well.

Here in San Francisco, I like Foreign Cinema, COCO500 and Incanto. I have been to Gary Danko, Michael Mina, and The Dining Room within the last year, so I was hoping to hit up a place like that in NYC, but with the given circumstances, I would have to turn things DOWN a couple of notches to make everyone happy. Maybe $60 a person?

Before anyone goes, "you should go check past threads, blah yadda wah wah." I really don't have the time to research right now and I am a bit in panic mode because our itinerary has been thrown off. =/ So please forgive me. THANKS!!!

Things to consider:

-Total of 4 people = 2 ladies and 2 gents
-We are 24-26 years old
-One doesn't want Asian
-One wants to get full without having to spend too much
-2 have to cover the check
-Somewhere close to transportation that links up to Grand Central

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