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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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Christmas With Kids

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by Richard 21 years ago

For the first time (after living there for 20 years and returning twice yearly ever since) I find myself looking for a place to have Christmas dinner with my wife and kids (13 and 10). The kids ...

Thanksgiving for 2 Recommendations?

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by jook 21 years ago

Hi... any suggestions for a restaurant that offers a traditional (more or less) Thanksgiving dinner? I assume most places will be prix fixe, and don't wanna spend more than $50/each (excluding ...

Dinner with my in-laws

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

My parents-in-law live in Murray Hill, on the corner of Park Ave. and 34th. (In the winter, they live in Florida.) I enjoy going to dinner with them; for me it's like a game of seeing how I can ...

Southern Touch

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by Aaron 22 years ago

Came across a place called Princess' Southern Touch , on E1ST between First and A. The sign on the door said "please knock", so we did. The door was opened by an old woman who yelled at us for kn...

Birthday brunch

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by Bill H. 21 years ago

Looking for a great place to have brunch for 25-30 people in Manhattan to celebrate a friend's 50th birthday. Don't want to break the bank, but looking for more than just 2 eggs over easy. Any...

American Brasserie

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by Martha Gehan 21 years ago

Has anyone else out there had an experience at the newly opened American Brasserie (off Broadway in the sixties)? I'm usually willing to give a new place the benefit of the doubt, but my experi...

Thanksgiving out in Manhattan?

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by ruth 21 years ago

I know Sevilla's is open, but where else can I take my Mom for Thanksgiving dinner? It doesn't have to be turkey (but no Asia/Indian food) and not outrageously expensive. Oh, please don't sugg...

Union Sq farmers market

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by pam 21 years ago

Does anyone know how late into the fall does the farmers market offer an abundance? Does it go all year 'round? Thanks.

Sunday brunch in Tribeca

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by Bob Macauley 21 years ago

Am planning a festive and romantic weekend in the city, and our hotel is in Tribeca. I'm looking for a good place for Sunday brunch. Any suggestions? Thanks.

Odeon-still great!Other place-not so great.

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by amy tarshis 22 years ago

A friend was visiting me from Orlando, her first comment to me as we walked into Gertel's for chocolate ruglach, Guss' for pickles and the Italian Food Center for an "Italian Food Center Special" S...

TIMESSQUARERESTUARANTS

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by GLENDA 21 years ago

HELP - MY BOSS WILL BE IN NEW YORK ON NEW YEARS EVE TO BE A PART OF THE TIME SQUARE CELEBRATIONS - I NEED THE NAME OF SOME RESTUARANTS TO CALL FOR RESERVATIONS LOCATED RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF ALL...

Tramps = $$$$

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by jook savages 21 years ago

Has Abe gone nutso? I haven't been to Tramps for a while, but it was always one of my cajun faves with more than reasonable prices. I was shell-shocked to see the prices practically double. A...

Cho Dang Gol

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by Alan Divack 21 years ago

I went to Cho Dang Gol, a Korean restaurant specializing in bean curd on W 35th st. the other night. This is the place that Reichl raphsodized over in here review a few months ago. The food wa...

Malatesta Trattoria

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by David PR Bailin 21 years ago

Good new italian opened by the owners of Piadina. Just west of Christopher st. PATH station. Excellent food, reasonably priced, and piadinas. Cash only. VERY italian. Excelent expresso.

Upcoming Visit

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by Dave Potter 21 years ago

I'm visiting Manhattan next weekend (from the UK.) I'd like some recommendations on the following: 1)Good Steakhouse - (Not too stiff atmosphere!) 2)Good Seafood Restaurant 3)Restaurant with som...

Good takeout soup in Soho

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by Jeremy Osner 21 years ago

La Petit Cafe on Spring Street serves a good lentil soup for takeout or to stay. My Israeli friend a while back told me their babaganouj is good but I have not tried it.

Obeca Li (sp?)

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by Marc 21 years ago

Curious if anyone has eaten at Obeca Li-- any opinions or suggestions? Thanks.

longwinded report of my ny trip

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by pat hammond 21 years ago

I have just returned from a week in NYC and I felt I'd never be hungry again. Wrong! My first night back in St. Louis I felt suddenly deprived when I realized I had no dinner reservation anywh...

Baking Supplies - Slightly OT

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by Jared E. Danziger 22 years ago

Does anyone have a good, inexpensive, source for baking supplies (i.e. King Arthur Flour) in Manhattan? Something in the borough's would be acceptable if easily reached by subway or bus. Thanks...

tapas in Soho/Tribeca

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by Melissa 21 years ago

Has anyone been to n or Cafe Noir? Does anyone know of acceptable and not outrageously priced tapas in Soho or Tribeca? (Flor de Sol has received mixed reviews, as far as I can tell.) Thanks.

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