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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by joel tractenberg 21 years ago

On our birthdays my wife and I always take each other out to a top restaurant. Last night it was Lutece. And it was shockingly lousy. The room was depressingly shabby...and empty, too. With no s...

Vietnamese: 7 Courses of Beef?

by David Jacobson 21 years ago

Looking for a vietnamese restaurant in Manhattan that does a special meal called 7 courses of beef. I had it last year at a restaurant in Garden Grove, CA actually named for the dish. Anybody hav...

Seinfeld Corner Restaurant

by Sagoo Aloo 21 years ago

Can anyone help with the address of that coffee house they used to use for filming of Seinfeld ? Image: http://www.delphi.com/RobotWars/topic1/attach/5299/our-robots.gif

Le Zoo & Tartine

by hiro 21 years ago

When lived in NY, I and my wife dined a couple of times at Le zoo and Tartine. We loved and miss very much these places now that we are back in Japan. How are they doing? Anybody tell me! Than...

Katz's is sold

by Frank Language 21 years ago

A little birdie just told me the whole block where Katz's resides (around Ludlow and Orchard in Manhattan) has been sold to Ray's Pizza. No further information is available, but I fear the worst...

Pastry in America

by Susan C 21 years ago

Perhaps the best pastry shop in the U.S. is in Saratoga Springs, NY. Mrs. Londons is located on Broadway Street in downtown Saratoga Springs. They turn out beautiful looking and wonderful tasting...

The Ear Inn

by Jim Leff 21 years ago

No time to write up a "what I had for dinner last night" installment, so I'll give it to you in distilled form: Go to the Ear Inn (on Spring Street) for a Guinness Stout. Go there to hang out late ...

tribeca cafes

by Barry Strugatz 21 years ago

I need a place to have an 11am weekday business meeting in Tribeca. Need relative quiet, privacy, decent coffee, juice. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Question for Gary Cheong re. New Foo Key

by Christina Braman 21 years ago

Took your recommendation for the beef jerky at New Foo Key and am planning on taking it on a week long back packing trip, ( a good break from the standard trail mix), given its extreme freshness an...

Lower East Side

by Toby Lee 21 years ago

Going to Norfolk Street for a performance, and looking for an interesting and delicious dining (eating) place. Any recommendations?

Italian in the 40's

by Brenda 21 years ago

I am trying to think of the name of an Italian restaurant around W. 45th. It is popular and upscale. Need reservations. Can anyone help?

Lunch at Riconcito

by Alan Divack 21 years ago

I finally made it to Rinconcito Peruano and have been back 4 times in the past few weeks. Although dinner is great, esp. on weekends when they have lots of fish the lunch specials are great val...

Anyone been to Cafe Spice?

by Lisa Antinore 21 years ago

Dawat owner Sushil Malhotra's recently launched affordable Indian place in the NYU environs. I'm going to check it out next week. Another one is slated to open up in Grand Central Terminal later ...

Vegetarian in Midtown?

by Larry Truett 21 years ago

Thanks for the Midtown pizza tips! Is there any good vegetarian in Midtown?

Union Square Cafe

by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

For our anniversary gift my wife and I got a $150 gift-certificate to USC. Now, I'm not really used to eating expensive food, and I hope someone could give me some recommendations for what to ea...

Capsouto Freres Revisited

by John Knoesel 21 years ago

Got a mailing from Capsouto Freres offering a free souffle and an announcement on their new chef, Eric Heinrich. Has anyone been there lately? When I used to work on Spring & Greenwich it was eit...


by Josh 21 years ago

Ignoring the barbaric spelling: What are the best places in the city for Brazillian barbeque?

Sandwiches in San Francisco

by Richard Miller 21 years ago

I'm visiting San Francisco in a few weeks, where are the best sandwiches?

Osteria Laguna

by Barbara Daddario 22 years ago

Has anyone tried the new Osteria Laguna on 42nd between 2nd and 3rd?

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