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Thread: New York City Restaurants

  1. #106

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    Hi everybody !
    I'm a foreign student living in Rockord, IL for the school year.
    I'm going on a trip to New York early in June, and I'm looking for a good and cheap (between $7-10 would be great) place to have breakfast (or brunch ? I don't know exactly the difference) around my hotel. It is on 34th Street and 8th Avenue !
    The New Yorker Hotel is the name of the hotel actually.
    Thank you very much !

  2. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by gebebop View Post
    Does anybody know a good spanish (from Spain) restaurant?
    Quote Originally Posted by Schadenfrau
    Casa Mono, definitely.
    I ate at Casa Mono and I heartily second this recommendation.

    More info on Casa Mono:

    http://newyork.citysearch.com/profil...casa_mono.html

  3. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoine View Post
    Hi everybody !
    I'm a foreign student living in Rockord, IL for the school year.
    I'm going on a trip to New York early in June, and I'm looking for a good and cheap (between $7-10 would be great) place to have breakfast (or brunch ? I don't know exactly the difference) around my hotel. It is on 34th Street and 8th Avenue !
    The New Yorker Hotel is the name of the hotel actually.
    Thank you very much !
    Nobody ?

  4. #109

    Default do your homework

    go to menupages.com, easy to navigate and lots of reviews on all types of eating establishments in Manhattan and Brooklyn

  5. #110

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoine View Post
    Nobody ?
    Your right next to Korea Town. Lots of great places to eat there. Ask your hotel for directions.

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    Korea Town restaurants mostly cater lunch and dinner. For a light breakfast, try eating different types of sweetend bread called Bbahng at Koryodong or Cafe Muse on 32nd St. Its gooooooooood

    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/sh...?t=2872&page=2

  7. #112

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    The Pershing Square brasserie at 90 E. 42nd (under the Park Avenue Viaduct) does great breakfasts. Whether you're after a fry-up or something a little more simple such as pancakes you won't be disappointed. I've never been for an evening meal before but I hear they're very good in that department too. Highly recommended.

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    On my last visit we went to Extra Virgin 259W 4th St. in Greenwich village and had a really great brunch. Would recommend.

    http://nymag.com/listings/restaurant/extra-virgin/

  9. #114

    Smile Restaurant fit for a 30th

    Hi,

    Five us are over from London to celebrate a friend's 30th birthday and we'd like to go out for a celebratory meal one night (probably Saturday). Budget of around $80/head inc service and drinks. Any recommendations?

    Preferably not too far off of some decent night spots and pretty central (some of the group staying in Lower Manhatten and others near Central Park).

    Thanks!!!

    J

  10. #115

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    Try to get a table at the Bread Bar at Table. Upscale but reasonable. Interesting Indian food, small plate style. Some people really don't like it because it's not traditional. I like it.

    If you're willing to go a bit further downtown (where I think the best reasonalbly priced food is) you might try Stanton Social, Peasant, Apizz, Pylos, Gnocco, I Coppi, Mermaid Inn, Red Cat, Pearl Oyster Bar. You can look up their menus on menupages.com and see if they suit.

    Have fun.

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    I know that you have all heard of this but my favorite restaurant in NYC is CARMINE'S NYC (the one uptown..not in the theater dist.) I love the food there and the service.

    NOW..if you want a more intimate atmosphere you must try East of 8th. It is on 8th Ave and 23rd St. The menu caters to all likings and the food is absolutely phenominal! I also like that in the back outside they have it tented and heated in the winter so you can eat out there. Very pretty and fast friendly service. A definite date place.

  13. #118

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    "^"
    Can you smoke in the back outside.

    Here in the UK the pubs have erected 3 sided tents outside to accomodate the smokers.

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    Smoking is banned in all restaurants and just have smokers take it to the sidewalk. Hopefully, the next level ban - smoking outside public buildings - will be enacted.

  15. #120

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    Shulas restauraunt 270west 43rd St @ 8th.

    went in february didnt need to eat again untill june.
    Amazing place great steaks great service
    (pricey but worth it)

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