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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!

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Chinatown with kids, and special dinner

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by b.g. 21 years ago

We're planning to take our children to Chinatown next Monday after a museum visit uptown. Are there any particular recommendations? They're not chow-mein and egg-drop eaters, but we're not wildly...

Brunch at Dock's

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by Dan Sonenberg 21 years ago

As my posts have by now probably revealed, I'm a chowhound trapped on the Upper West Side--a fairly dire fate. The UWS brunch scene has always seemed to me to be near-catastrophic, with long li...

A great sandwich--La Piccola Cucina

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by Dan Sonenberg 21 years ago

For an absolutely stunning sandwich, I recommend La Piccola Cucina, which is located on the east side of Broadway between 106th and 107th st. They use fresh, crusty Italian peasant bread and ha...

Lunch near World Trade Center

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by Peter 21 years ago

Anyone know of any good reasonably priced places near the World Trade Center?

Bottino

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by ruth 21 years ago

Has anyone been to Bottino on 10th (bet 24th-25th)? I've read one bad review. Just curious

breakfast

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by pam 21 years ago

I am looking for a good cheap breakfast place somewhere in the vicinity of Union Square...any suggestions?

A Good Place For Groups?

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by Cristine Reitz 21 years ago

I am planning a NYC trip for our 6th Grade class. We will be seeing a broadway show and would like to take the kids out to eat at a nearby establishment. What places in the theatre district ca...

Anyone eat at Africa Restaurant?

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by Dave Feldman 22 years ago

I walked by an interesting restaurant tonight: Africa Restaurant on W. 53 St. It serves Senegalese food, I believe. Anyone eat there? And what should I order if I go? Thanks, DF

Cafe es Saada

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by Janet Traub 22 years ago

Has anyone eaten at Cafe es Saada in the East Village? Does the food match the atmosphere? (I heard about the rose petals on the floor.) How were the Morrocan dishes? Do they do Bistilla? Thanks!

East and West 40s

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by Scott Reiner 21 years ago

Anyone know good restaurants in the 40s as close to 5th as possible? I've worked in this area for a while and there are not that many. All price ranges welcome, quality of food main criterion.

Italian Restaurant

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by Marilyn 21 years ago

Looking for a moderate priced Italian restaurant on the upper east side between 72nd and 90th Streets. Taking my parents out to dinner and would like a quiet upscale environment.

Cornelia Street Cafe

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by Steve Turner 21 years ago

I've never had worse, or ruder, service, anywhere. Be warned, stay away! (Oh, the food was terrible too).

Good News for Latin Food Lovers

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by David PR Bailin 21 years ago

A replacement for Erizo Latino is at hand. This (opened by Patria sous chef Alex Garcia) Latin retuarant was wonderful, and much cheaper than Patria. They had Venezuelan brunch on Sundays with...

Campagna

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by J.Knoesel 22 years ago

I had lunch here a couple of years ago when it first opened and thought the food was pretty good. Anyone had dinner there recently ? I'm thinking of going back.

Astor

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by Tom S. 21 years ago

Has anyone been to the new bistro Astor (on Bleecker and Bowery) since the new chef was hired about two weeks ago? Is there a new menu? Please advise.

Marumi

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by Alex 21 years ago

Well, I guess the word is finally out on Marumi. Up until Eric Asimov's review in today's NY Times, me and my wife, a bunch of young Japanese, and some NYU students had the place to ourselves (but...

Bring Your Own?

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by Jake Klisivitch 21 years ago

Are there any good restaurants our there (Italian or otherwise) that let you bring your own wine? I'm looking more on the Upper West Side, but would love to know about others as well.

Surya - Love Ya!

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by amy tarshis 21 years ago

I checked out the new minimalist-chic Indian-French fusion place, Surya, in the West Village (If you've lived in the Village for awhile, you'll recall that this used to be the home of the Manhattan...

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