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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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Another Penang !!!

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by Gary Cheong 21 years ago

Was just walking along Elizabeth Street yesterday and I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. Just a few blocks away from Nyonya, another Penang has sprouted -- on Elizabeth, bet. Canal & ...

Le Bernadin- What to order?

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by Lisa Antinore 21 years ago

Going tom. (Saturday) night for dinner...Haven't been in two years.. Does anything appetizer/entree/dessert stand out in your mind???? merci beaucoup..... Lisa

Best pierogis

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by Cathy 21 years ago

Unquestionably, Raymund's Polish Kitchen in Northide Williamsburg.

Molyvos

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by Alex 21 years ago

I was planning on going to Union Pacific for Valentine's Day, until I called to confirm my reservations and they informed me that they would charge my credit card if I cancelled after Thursday (is ...

Delta Grill

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by John Knoesel 21 years ago

Have a lunch date @ The new cajun in town on twos day. Have any brethren been there yet Please advise, JK

Take Home Dumplings

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by Barry Strugatz 21 years ago

Does anybody know what's the best place that makes Chinese dumplings, baos, har kow, shui mei, etc. that you buy to steam at home?

late note on cafe con leche

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by patricia@phila 21 years ago

just to note - we had a disaster early in january, attempting to have brunch at cafe con leche on amsterdam. the cook apparently showed up in bad shape - we waited nearly 90 minutes for soup an...

Going to "Freak!" and need to eat . . .

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by Christina Z. 21 years ago

"Freak" - The Cort Theatre, West 48th street, Friday, 2/27, 8pm curtain - The only place I thought of for dinner on that night was Uncle Nick's on 9th Ave. (Haven't been there but from the commen...

Clementine

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by Carey Zeiser 21 years ago

What kind of crack was Gael Greene on when she put Clementine on her restaurant "Hot List"?! Puhleeeze. If you like your duck fatty instead of crispy, this place is for you. Or was it the attitud...

Great Italian in the East 30s

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by Josh Mittleman 21 years ago

Try La Giara, on 3rd Ave. just below 34th St. It's a small, very good Italian restaurant. Prices are reasonable: appetizers & desserts were $6-$8, main dishes $15-$20. The food was really speci...

My Fave Mexican

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by DeeBee 21 years ago

My favorite Mexican restraunt is Cancun on 8th Ave. between 55th and 56th. It's not fancy, but I think the food is great. I've often seen Letterman's band members there and Broadway actors. The ...

Steak

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by Penelope 21 years ago

I am not a big steak eater, but my boyfriend is, and I would like to take him to a really good steak restaurant for his birthday. I am more concerned with the quality of the restaurant, rather than...

Fancy Restaurant for Chowhounds

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by Dave Feldman 21 years ago

I'm about to join an informal food club that will infrequently be going to fancy restaurants. I wonder which big-deal restaurants in Manhattan are chowhounds most fond of. Although I've admired ...

E-coli for the Elite!

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by allan evans 21 years ago

A radio newscast (WQXR, 9am Saturday) mentioned that 13 among 20 of the poshest eateries favored by chi-chi reviewers and celebrities were inspected by the Board of Health and found to have 'pr...

congee village

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by Christy Veeder 21 years ago

Has anybody been to Congee Village? Any recommendations, good non-congee items, etc?

Best chicken sate

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

So far, my favorite chicken sate is at Nyonya, on Grand St. accross from Ferrara's of all places. (I don't care as much for their beef sate though.) It is juicy, smokey, and fragrant, and the s...

Lunch and dinner in NY, NY

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by Cheryl Douglas 21 years ago

My friend and I are coming to New York from London in the UK for a shopping trip. We want to visit some really nice restaurants (not to expensive) with a lot of atmosphere (basically lots of fun!)...

Pampa

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

I ate at Pampa last nigght, and it was very good. This is the new argentine restaurant at 768 amsterdam (97th -98th) that has been written up briefly in a number of places. We had the mixed gr...

Ruth Reichl's 1/14 review of Provence

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by KJ Dell'Antonia 21 years ago

Am I the only one that it bothers when she completely pans a restaraunt...yet it still gets a star? I haven't eaten there, don't know the place, don't want to defend or comdemn it--but the review ...

Guinness

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by Jordan Robinson 21 years ago

Who serves up the best Guinness pint in town? I've heard Paddy O'Reilly's (on 2nd? 3rd?) is a contender. (Guinness, while not strictly a food item, is touted as a meal. But . . .should we have ...

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