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New York City Restaurants

jymbo18905 Platinum 1 Reviews
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Have visited Manhattan many times but have never found a restaurant I love (the choices are overwhelming).  Any recommendations on reasonably priced, casual dining would be greatly appreciated.

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    tjcnewyork Platinum
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    Worth trying for a memorable and unforgettable experience with family, friends or business associates.  The choices are overwhelming.  Stay tuned, the list will grow:

     

    PARKSIDE & ALFRESCO DINING

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    STEAKS & CHOPS

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    CLASSIC & FAMILY STYLE ITALIAN CUISINE

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    AUTHENTIC KOREAN CUISINE

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    TRADITIONAL DIM SUM

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    COCKTAILS/HIDDEN GEMS

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    -- Edited by TJCNewYork at 10/25/2009 9:53 PM EDT Fix URL for the Bryant Park Grill

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    Alumni Steward Platinum 8 Reviews
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    Small neighborhood places are best:  Having contributed to the 2009 Zagat Guide to NYC Dining, I am biased (they used my review of The Spotted Pig in the West Village to my surprise and amazement). The hamburger, while very pricey, is fantastic.  For fun, ask them where the food is ferried from--it's an amazing feat!

     

    Another great Italian place is called Trattoria Spagetto on Bleecker Street (Cash only but inexpensive).

     

    There are thousands of places you could dine, from no to seventeen stars!  I find that City Search does a good job of giving me honest information on NYC restaurants.  Give it a shot and see if it works for you.

     

    If you're staying at the Marriott Marquis on Times Square, Meliza, the wonderful concierge in the lobby, has a great deal of information on places to dine!

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    Alumni Steward Platinum 8 Reviews
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    Small neighborhood places are best:  Having contributed to the 2009 Zagat Guide to NYC Dining, I am biased (they used my review of The Spotted Pig in the West Village to my surprise and amazement). The hamburger, while very pricey, is fantastic.  For fun, ask them where the food is ferried from--it's an amazing feat!

     

    Another great Italian place is called Trattoria Spagetto on Bleecker Street (Cash only but inexpensive).

     

    There are thousands of places you could dine, from no to seventeen stars!  I find that City Search does a good job of giving me honest information on NYC restaurants.  Give it a shot and see if it works for you.

     

    If you're staying at the Marriott Marquis on Times Square, Meliza, the wonderful concierge in the lobby, has a great deal of information on places to dine!

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    peterb Platinum 8 Reviews
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    If you're into Italian/Continental there is a great restaurant on 2nd Av in the 50's called Pasta Presto. They have a price fixed menu that has all the courses you think you can finish at what I consider very reasonable. Last time it was $21.95. The dining is casual and it's almost always busy.

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    donnadee27 Platinum 8 Reviews
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    One of my favorite places is Crema on 17th between 6th and 7th ... It's been written up in the Times since it opened, and the chef is amazing.  The food is what I call a seduction for your tastebuds ...

    Reasonably priced as well ...

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    iamcanadian Platinum 2 Reviews
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    Been to NYC 3 times in the last few years...here are the restaurants we continue to frequent...visit after visit. 1) Lombardi's, Little Italy (on Spring)...restaurant is tight on space but big on flavour. A must for real pizza lovers. 2) Serendipidity3 (E 60th between 2nd & 3rdfor dessert. An absolute must...and worth WHATEVER the wait time is @ the door. 3) Chevy's Fresh Mex (W 42nd...Times Square area off broadway)...really good Mexican food, lots of seating...great prices 4) Tavern on the Green...expensive...but if you haven't been there...it's a must for NYC....particularly in summer when you can sit outside and enjoy the patio. It's just magical at night! Hope this helps you!

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    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    Thanks for the suggestions!

    I have never been too impressed with Chevy's but your other places will make great places to visit next month.

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    mikiegfla Platinum 4 Reviews
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    With all due respect, how can you recommend Chevy's when visiting one of the greatest eating cities in all the world?

    That's like saying when visiting Paris, seek out the local Au Bon Pain, or when in Rome find the local Pizza Hut.

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    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    You said it better than I could!

    The day we go to NYC to eat at Chevy's, throw me off the Brooklyn Bridge.  (Before I order!)

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    Alumni Steward Platinum 8 Reviews
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    Chevy's like the automobile, is trying but noncompetitive in NYC's dining scene--go to one somewhere else and enjoy the diversity of the dining there instead!

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    genghis Platinum 8 Reviews
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    Visting NYC and stumbled across a low-key Japanese restaurant between Marriott East Side and the W hotel next door called Ise. It also has a restaurant in Wall St: http://www.iserestaurant.com. Authentic (you can tell by the number of Japanese regulars there). Great wine menu and an enjoyable light fare. We ordered the sashimi and teriyaki beef combo set. Comes with miso soup and house-made green tea ice-cream. Worth trying if you like to try authentic Japanese.

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    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    Ise it is!

    Sounds great, Thanks, 

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    nuhusker Platinum 2 Reviews
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    So you ask for "suggestion" and then you shoot the messenger because he doesn't suggest what you what.  Try the yellow pages.

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