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New York - Help me EAT!

Mintycake | Apr 29, 2008 08:20 PM


Well I've been working on my schedule for New York (in town from Toronto for a wedding). Need some CHOW help on both where to eat and if the timing works. Here's what I have so far.

Day 1

4:00 pm: Arrive at hotel (Tribeca)

4:30 pm: Slice of pie at Bubby’s Pie Company

5:00 pm: Tour to Ground Zero, Wall Street, South Street Seaport

7:15pm: Rehearsal dinner at Sel et Poivre

Day 2

8:00am Empire State Building

10:00am walk or subway to Grand Central Terminal (Grand Central Station) Grab a bite!

11:30am Circle line sightseeing Cruise (Pier 83 on 42nd Street) – 2 hr semi circle tour

1:45pm – Lunch Clinton Street Bakery OR Katz’ Deli or anywhere else neat on LES? Suggestions?

3:00 pm LES noshing tour - Tenement Museum (if time), then back to b&b to change for wedding.

6:30pm Wedding (Central Park Boathouse)

Day 3

10:00 am Guggenheim Museum

12:30 pm Lunch at Café Sabarsky or ??? perhaps something a little more friendly on the wallet?

2:00 Metropolitan Museum of Art & Cloisters

GAP? not sure how long the Met & Cloisters will take. We'd likely go back to the hotel to change first.

7:30pm Dinner at BABBO or Degustation or Eleven Madison Park

Day 4

10:30 am MOMA

2:00pm – light lunch or brunch at La Bonne Soupe

5:00pm Early dinner at Marsailles or should we grab an early dinner at the Shake Shack?

6:00pm – Walk through Times Square and admire the lights

7:00 pm Theatre – Avenue Q: Golden Theater

Day 5

10:00am – Museum of Natural History

4:00pm – Cross the Brooklyn Bridge. Grab a slice of Grimaldi’s Pizza and Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory for dessert!

6:00pm Quick stop in LES to grab some goodies for the road.

6:30pm Depart B&B in Tribeca to go to airport (Flight leaves from Newark at 9pm)

Any help is appreciated! Many thanks!

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