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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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justin's overpriced but clueless menu

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by missylou springwop 24 years ago

went to justin's (you know puff daddy/puff mama's upscale rest. in chelsea). what is that with a beer costing eight bucks and an entree of gumbo cositng twenty four bucks (yeah, you heard me ...

Where is it and how is it? . . .

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by Christina Z. 24 years ago

That sushi place with the conveyer belt service -- I think it's on Fifth somewhere between 30th and 45th. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? I'm wondering if it's still there and if it's any...

cheap,good Italian

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by detroit 24 years ago

Where's the best deal for good quality not outrageously expensive Italian food?

Le Boeuf a la Mode

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by SPatterson 24 years ago

Has anyone been to this old New York restaurant, located at 539 East 81st St, lately? I have out of town people arriving in mid-Oct who want French food and who have been to most of the new ones. I...

bien manger on upper west side

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by maria bennett 24 years ago

walked past this little place for eons-les routiers on amsterdam (87-8). late nite hungries got me a great roasted tomato/eggplant soup, duck with a killer cranberry-balsamic glaze, and a shot o...

Real Vieneese

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by suzala 24 years ago

The Tap Room on 18th Between 5th and 6th. I spent 2 weeks in Vienna Last year and am using the fabulous beer gardens there as my ruler. The Tap Room is almost like being there. The beer is bre...

Pomaire

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by Josh Mittleman 24 years ago

Can anyone tell me about a Chilean restaurant called Pomaire, on W. 46th St? Thanks.

heartbreak at camaje

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by maria bennett 24 years ago

usually, i go along with most of what e.asimov gives out, so i traipsed to this macdougal street bistro for saturday dinner. it is pretty, and the waiters are friendly, but only one wine by the ...

Fake Vietnamese in Real Neighborhood

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by Joathan Berman 24 years ago

Three years ago, I told my neighbor, Mr. "Noodles on 28th" (Chinese at 3rd Ave.) that someone should open a Vietnamese joint in our no-name 'hood. That someone turned out to be Sam's, the popula...

Sofia Fabulous Grill, E 63

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by Barbara 24 years ago

Has anyone been to Sofia Fabulous Grill on E 63 - same owners as Sofia Fabulous Pizza on upper Madison Ave.? Am interested in quality, menu selection (type of food) and price. Thanks.

yama

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by bacon 24 years ago

the original yama is great the fish is super fresh the gyoza are the best in the city i love it

Jersey bagels !!

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by Bob LoParo 24 years ago

I think it is the water ! I have worked in Metro NYC for almost 10 years. In that time I have eaten bagels from just about everywhere. I have found time and time again that the best bagel I h...

Downtown finds

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by Shemmy Mishaan 24 years ago

I live in TriBeCa and work even further downtown. I'm always looking for suggestions of interesting little places at the tip of the island. Anyone have any little-known suggestions?

Manhattan Greek

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by Shemmy Mishaan 24 years ago

In light of the spate of high-line Greek openings in Manhattan, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for great reasonable Greek restaurants in the borough. I'm partial to Agrotikon on Eas...

disappointing lunch

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by Susan 24 years ago

Since we needed a lunch place near the Schomburg Library (135th St & Lenox)and Charles doesn't open until 4 PM, we ended up at Emily's on Fifth and 111th. Got a 21 rating in Zagat(!?)but was bo...

jailed in manhattan

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by allan evans 24 years ago

The poor Manhattanites, so loathe to leave their blessed Borough, will probably never get to eat at Bo. At least you can read about it and weep (see the Outer Boroughs message board).

Tell me...

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by Frank Language 24 years ago

..about "Princess Pamela's Southern Touch". I was wondering where the Princess had gone, and then I stumbled across this restaurant when I was walking home one evening. I remember when she had "...

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