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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!

Hungry for Something New? The 10 Best New Restaurants in America

Tired of the same ol' same ol'? You're in luck. Food & Wine just announced its 2019 list of Best New Restaurants and chances are, at least one of them is within striking distance. The list, which...

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by J Zamorski 21 years ago

I will be entertaining clients and need a great suggestion. What do you recommend besides JOE ALLEN, BARBETTA, and ORSO ? I want to try something else.

Julian's Revisited

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by John N. Knoesel 21 years ago

A few months ago a fellow chowhound sort of bashed Julian's ( 9th ave. & 53rd Street ). I just came back from a great lunch at Julian's. They have a new menu and a new chef, Malcolm Johnson, form...

East Village Eats

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by Alex Wolfman 21 years ago

I recently moved to the East Village and would like to know of any restaurants to check out in the neighborhood. In the last few months I have been to some really great places in the area, incl...

Teresa's

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by Jim Leff 21 years ago

my god, what a weird experience. I stuck my head into Teresa's last night, and was so completely disoriented that I had to check the sign outside literally three times to be sure it was the same pl...

Le Cirque 2000

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by Alex 21 years ago

I went to Le Cirque over the weekend, and I wanted to give a report for fellow Chowhounds. First a disclaimer - I am not a restaurant snob, and I enjoy a local hole in the wall just as much as a r...

"argentinian beef"

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by elizabeth kontos 21 years ago

I'm looking to buy some argentinian beef in the D.C. area...anyone know where to find it?

where's the best?

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by David Wilder 21 years ago

my parents are flying in next week for a much longed for week in NY. thing is, they're sceptical about their guidebook and wanted to know where would be best to go and eat in new york. they're not ...

Trois Jeans

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by Josh 21 years ago

So what do people think of Trois Jeans (79th St., just east of Lex)? I've always enjoyed it and I consider their cassoulet to be the best in NY (though I will not doubt hear about better now :) ...

Topaz - Has anyone eaten there?

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by Christina Z. 21 years ago

Topaz Thai restaurant on West 56th street is on my list of possible places to have dinner before seeing a show this coming Saturday evening. I'm trying to find an inexpensive restaurant near the t...

Eating With Your Hands

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by Steven Shaw 21 years ago

A friend has asked me to recommend a North African restaurant where you eat with your hands. I know there are such places, but I have no "first hand" experience. Any ideas?

advice for dining

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by Lisa Berkovits 21 years ago

I need to know the best restaurants to visit while in New York for two days only. fri-sun. japenese,mixed,different. How's Nobu?thanx

Daniel

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by John Knoesel 21 years ago

Taking Mrs.K to Daniel friday night (2/6) for Valentine's Day. Need some advice on what to/not to order from my fellow hounds. Hey Alpha-Dog, didn't you just go there for the first time? Please ...

Tribeca Restaurants for Lunch?

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by Grace Toy 21 years ago

Hi...I posted a message a few weeks ago, but I neglected to mention that I also hold a part-time job down in Tribeca (Hudson/Franklin St. area)...and am looking for cheap and good places to go t...

Harlem gospel brunch

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by Maria Elena Schiffrin 21 years ago

SOS Anyone know of a good Harlem gospel brunch for my cousin from France?

Le Cirque 2000 - Is it worth it?

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by Alex 21 years ago

My fiance was given a gift certificate to Le Cirque2000 by her company. She has the option of getting the cash value instead. SO my question to all of you is, "Does it live up to the hype?" We ...

Grand Szechuan?

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

Has anyone been to the Szechuan place on Canal St. that Ruth Reichl wrote up a few months ago? I think the name was Grand Szechuan. I was disappointed the last time I was at Golden Monkey i...

El Cheapo Spanish Breakfast On Border of Soho/Tribeca

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by amy tarshis 21 years ago

I found a really funky old greasy spoon-esque Spanish coffee shop that I must've walked by a millions times 'til I gave it a shot. It's called the Westside Coffee Shop and it's on Church Street bet...

Gramercy Tavern

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by Dave Feldman 21 years ago

Just had a fabulous meal at Gramercy Tavern tonight. This is the first time I've been in the back in the hoity-toity section. The rabbit entree was as good as any rabbit I've had in the U.S. Eve...

Good & Cheap in Harlem/Washington Heights

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by Grace Toy 21 years ago

Hi, I was wondering if anyone would know some good & cheap places to eat in Harlem/Washington Heights...I just began a job around 155th & Bdway, and I need some places to go to for lunch/dinner ...

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