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Manhattan

Manhattan is home to some of the best food in the world, from haute cuisine at Per Se to cheap street food like soft pretzels and hot dogs, and classic bites like bagels and black-and-white cookies. And Chowhounds have tried it all. Get the best tips on where (and what) to eat, and share your own!

Five Gay Restaurants to Check Out in June (Pride Month)

June 1st marks the start of LGBTQ Pride Month and this year we celebrate an extra special edition. It's been 50 years since the iconic protests at Stonewall Inn in New York City—a spark in the decades...
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New York special occasion disaster -- Help please!

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by ninkat 19 hours ago

I am celebrating (I think) a big birthday in mid-August (mid-week) and had been told by Blue Hill Stone Barns that I was the first request for the date (I had started inquiring in December, and "fi...

Quick business trip to NYC - feedback for solo diner please

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by smiles33 17 days ago

Hello NYC Hounds! I will be visiting from the SF Bay Area for a quick trip in July, arriving at JFK at 10 pm on a Monday night and leaving Wed at 1 pm. I'm staying near Midtown/Chelsea. I've done s...

Flushing Cantonese Tips

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by chefdekoven 28 days ago

Soooo, of late my two go to Cantonese restaurants for big group meals have been Canton Gourmet and Wan Chai. Well, they both closed in short order. I do like Asian Jewels for Dim Sum and Shun Won f...

Annual NYC Girls Trip

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by selena03 2 months ago

We are having our annual NYC girl trip a little early this year. We were there in November and dined at Manhatta, Marea, and Scalinatella. I am a vegetarian from Vancouver and she is an omnivore fr...

NYC Pizza by the Slice

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by chefdekoven 1 year ago

Thought this video was pretty interesting, if, admittedly, a bit long. Definitely gave me a few places I wanted to try. Admittedly I have probably only been to five or six of these places. Luigi's...

Turtle Bay CSA sharing

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by annomy 8 years ago

Well, better late than never. I've found Chowhound to be a great source of recipe, ideas and laughs over the years. I think you don't even have to register until you want to post something, but I h...

I went to Lower Eats Side for lunch, and I will not be needing dinner

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by small h 2 years ago

I found out about this all-you-can-eat international extravaganza yesterday. http://www.thelodownny.com/leslog/2017/06/saturday-at-p-s-110-lower-eats-side.html The first one was held in 201...

Reservations for Eleven Madison Park

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by The Chowhound Team 1 year ago

Hello there, Due to the increase of threads about exchanging Eleven Madison Park reservations, we have created this post dedicated to that purpose. We're closing and redirecting to this thread c...

NYC Omakase Sushi

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by BSR84 1 year ago

What's the latest thinking here for best Tokyo-style omakase sushi joints in NYC? I see the other threads but just wanted to refresh them a bit. Thanks in advance!

Cantonese in Manhattan Chinatown

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by Jim Leff 1 month ago

Any fans out there of the late lamented Shing Kee/Kam Chueh who'd like to offer their current Chinatown favorites for Cantonese soul food?

Light and Modern?

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by farthing 8 days ago

Looking for good midtown restaurants for light and modern new American style food. Not precious succession of tiny portions like Per Se. Preferably quiet too. Thanks.

N.Y. Times offers mixed blessings to The Four Seasons reboot...

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by gutreactions 6 months ago

Times' restaurant critic Pete Wells offers an extraordinary review of the newly reopened Four Seasons Restaurant in its new digs on E. 49th Street. Both scathing and admiring. Has anyone returned? ...

Seeking reccos for Asian & other restaurants

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by Howard_2 9 days ago

I'm looking for recommendations for Asian restaurants in Manhattan, e.g. Burmese. Malaysian, etc. Not especially interested in Thai, Japanese, or Chinese unless they are very special. Also inter...

Mario's, Arthur Ave., to mark 100th Anniversary!

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by gutreactions 6 days ago

Just over 100 years ago, the Migliucci family began selling pizza in Harlem for 10 cents a slice. In 1919, the family moved to Arthur Ave. in the bustling 'Little Italy of the Bronx', just off Ford...

Manahattan Innards?

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by farthing 8 days ago

Best Manhattan restaurants for tripe, sweetbreads, oxtails, kidneys, etc?

What's happened to the people that ran the (unfortunately defunct) Thunderbird Restaurant in NYC?

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by Martin Peck 11 years ago

Does anyone know what ever became of the people that ran the (unfortunately defunct) Thuinderbird Restaurant in New York City please? This, if I remembered the name of the restaurant correctly, ...

Hummus outdoors

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by thegforceny 22 days ago

Been craving really good, creamy tahini-heavy hummus. Stayed in town for MDW. Thinking of satisfying the craving today. Now that it is less hot than yesterday, want to take the pooch with me. I ca...

Sam Sifton to speak at Bartow-Pell, Bronx, June 6th...

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by gutreactions 19 days ago

Sam Sifton, food editor and restaurant critic for the New York Times, will speak at a special luncheon/fundraiser at the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum in the Bronx, June 6th from noon to 2 p.m. Bartow...

Wa Jeal, Manhattan, took care of our crowd...

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by gutreactions 18 days ago

We like to gather for special occasions, and it is often easier to meet in Manhattan given our family spread. This time, for a belated Mother's Day, Chinese/Asian was in the air, so we reserved a b...

Light Dinner Far West 40's

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by 2chesters 16 days ago

Hello everyone. We are 2 people, going to a performance Thursday at 7 on 44 St., 9 - 10 Aves. Where to go for a light dinner before, lightly priced? I know there are many places, but I don't kno...