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Sunday Dec 19th - Eating at an odd hour

pacogden | Dec 6, 201104:14 AM

We are coming to the City for a few days beginning the 19th. Our plane lands at 1:00 at LGA and we are dropping our stuff at the hotel(lex and 49th) and then heading to John Street to the TXTs booth for Sunday Night tickets. Our only other plans besides the show is to attend 5:00 pm mass at St. Pats. I am a little at a loss as what to do for food. I am afraid we won't make brunch since most end at 2:00 or 3:00 and am not sure how much we are limited in squeezing in dinner between the end of mass at 6:00ish and the start of the show. And am not sure what is open on a Sunday between Brunch time and the 5:00pm mass. It is my husband and myself, our 13 and 11 year old daughters. The 13 year regards herself as an aspiring foodie and the 11 year old is picky, but as long as the menu has an al carte starch(think potatoes, rice and pasta) she will be fine. We would love some place that has an interesting story, history, celebrated chef or interesting menu. We are open to all types of food and would like to keep the cost in the 40pp range or under not including drink/tip/dessert. We used to live in the city, so are comfortable getting around. Any area is fine as long as we have time to hop a subway to get to our next destination.

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