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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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My Fave Mexican

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by DeeBee 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 23 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 ...

Californian's looking to dine in opulence

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by California Kid 23 years ago

Hello New York ChowHounds! I will be in Manhattan for 6 nights in two weeks. This will be my 2nd trip to the big apple. Although, I am a native of SanFrancisco, California, New York City is ...

Verbena

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by J.Knoesel 23 years ago

Have heard some great things about Verbena down on Irving Place. Would like some feedback on the menu and mood of this place. Thanks JK

little poland: big surprise

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by allan evans 23 years ago

Mie was not yet open and I had to eat lunch. The desolation of 2nd Avenue above 8th street seemed daunting. Even Chikubu was a temptation, but a posted menu is a pathetic remindr of their uptown...

9th Ave. Food Festival??

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by Guy Hagner 23 years ago

Does this event still exist? If so, when is it held this year? I remember attending several years in a row in the early 80's, and enjoying Vietnamese spring rolls from at least a half dozen diffe...

Smooth Sailing at Oceana

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by J.Knoesel 23 years ago

Had lunch with Mrs.Klaus at Oceana ( 55 East 54th Street ) today and was treated to a seafood orgy for the palate. Lobster ravioli in a light tomato broth, smoked trout with horseradish cream & ...

City Center Restaurants

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by Lindas 23 years ago

My husband and I are going to the City Center to see Alivn Ailey (w. 55th street). Any suggestions for a moderately priced restaurant in the area--Italian with a nice wine selection would be good!

Can a fancy, elegant Indian restaurant have good food?

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by Dave Feldman 23 years ago

Yep. If it's Shaan. On a night where our destination restaurant was closed for a private party (I hate when this happens), we went to Shaan, at nearby 48th (between fifth and sixth). Next to...

Mammalinda -- Lunch with the Alpha Hound

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by Gary Cheong 23 years ago

I arrived at Mammalinda well before Jim (who was running a little late). Barely got a cursory hello from the proprietress who, only 16 hours ago, greeted us warmly and proudly showed us all thi...

Souperman

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by Shemmy Mishaan 23 years ago

Has anyone been to J. Sanzin's Souperman downtown. I find it really quite good (never been to SKI). The Goulash is great. The thai chicken is also very good. On the down side, the cream of mush...

Monzu

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by Harold 23 years ago

Has anyone eaten lucnh at Monzu? I would like to try it but first would like to hear from others.

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