New York City Restaurants

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  • 376. Times Square Brewery

    This strangely shaped retaurant on 43rd Street, overlooking Times Square, is sadly no longer there I believe. It's a cut-throat world running a restaurant or any business in new york and only the...

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  • 377. Four Seasons

    5 out of 5 stars

    Whether you are trying to impress a client, wooing a date or just treating yourself to a little bit of heaven the 57 at Four Seasons is the place to be. Just to the right to the breathtaking lobby...

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  • 378. Cranberry's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    We stopped at this deli in Brooklyn Heights after crossing the Brooklyn bridge. It was on our way to the boardwalk along the East river. We ordered some coffee, tea and some homebaked cookies. It...

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  • 379. Le Cirque

    One of the BEST restaurants in New York (if not the BEST!) is - LE CIRQUE 2000 located in the equally impressive Palace Hotel's Villard Houses. Better still if you're here on company business and can...

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  • 380. Figaro

    4 out of 5 stars

    I had a chicken penne pasta dish which was delicious!! Pastas, burgers, salads etc. French newspapers plastered across the walls, nice decor. Live band playing in the back room as an extra! Bohemian...

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  • 381. Bravo Pizza

    The pizza here is delicious ! On a cold day, a nice hot pizza is all you crave. Here at Bravo, you can have your hot slice of pizza, for a cheap price too ! (and in new york , that is very rare )...

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  • 382. Blue 9 Burger

    Blue 9 Burger is a whole in the wall "fast food type of place". Not a place that you would want to linger on for too long after you have consummed your meal. The small restaurant is clean with a few...

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  • 383. Cafe Fiorello

    4 out of 5 stars

    The food was quite good albeit overpriced and the service was great. We dined here before going to the Met as it is known as something of an opera tradition. They claim to have won an award for the...

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  • 384. Centolire - CLOSED

    Located in a 2 storey space overlooking Madison Avenue, this great restaurant is under the same ownership as Coco Pazzo but attracts more of a neighborhood crowd. The decor is surprisingly chic...

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  • 385. DB Bistro Moderne

    Arrival - we had reservations and arrived on time, but still was made to wait for nearly 20 minutes before a table was available for us. There was no proper waiting area and we were made to stand...

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  • 386. El Castillo de Jagua

    El Castillo de Jagua was a recommendation of one of the NYC VT'ers (from a co-worker who happens to be Dominican) and it was spot on! The place itself is a very local joint with no fancy decorations...

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  • 387. IHOP

    The typical out of town quick, satisfying breakfast, lunch, as well as early or late or very late dinner would be the famous typical American Ihop. We were told that there are over one thousand five...

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  • 388. Inakaya

    I am new to Japanese cuisine and since I don't mind experimenting with food, I ended up here at the insistence of my better half, who is a huge fan of the sushi. It is a very spacious place with...

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  • 389. Paesano

    5 out of 5 stars

    Little Italy can be a bit overwhelming when you first walk onto it. You are looking for a good Italian place, and here is an entire street of Italian places. What do you choose? There are a number...

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  • 390. Ovo - CLOSED

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This restaurant has since CLOSED This is a small place on 2nd Ave between 3rd and 4th. The food and atmosphere in here is great. Not to say its the best pizza in NYC but its the best I've had in...

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  • 391. Jack's

    4 out of 5 stars

    I'm certain we were not the first, but thanks to "normal" NYC traffic, we had 45 minutes to eat and get to the theater for RENT. Jack's was a block from our hotel and the 42nd St metro stop and they...

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  • 392. A Salt and Battery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    An authentic British Fish n Chips place- they even have a a London radio station playing on their sound system! Fish n chips, plus battered and fried scallops and shrimp. Plus mushy peas and a variety...

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  • 393. Da Gennaro Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    We had lunch at Da Gennaro which is one of many many Italian Restaurants in Little Italy. It was hard to choose where to eat, as they all had similar menus and prices. We ended up chosing Da Gennaro...

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  • 394. Candela - CLOSED

    The first thing you notice about Candela are, of course, the candles, which are everywhere, even suspended on iron chandeliers above your head. It makes for a fabulous last-minute date option with its...

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  • 395. Cafe Spice

    4 out of 5 stars

    The atmosphere is incredible, the decor, the music, and most importantly the food. We never visit NYC without eating here. If you like Indian, this place is a must. It has a cute little bar too...

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  • 396. Ristorante S.P.Q.R. - CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    Elegant dining experience in Little Italy. Take advantage of the prix fixe lunch. Choose from either an appetizer or dessert plus a main course for just $12 or so. Includes coffee. Great service. The...

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  • 397. STRADA 57 Ristorante Italiano - CLOSED

    4 out of 5 stars

    I was spending some time searching the Internet for good restaurants when I found a restaurant named Strada 57. It’s an Italian restaurant located at 57th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenue. After...

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  • 398. Porter House New York

    The Porter House New York as the name suggests, is a steakhouse on 4th floor in Columbus Circle center and looks like a place where business people dine and seal deals over martinis & meat. From the...

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  • 399. Risotteria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I love risotto, but I can't abide all the stirring, which is essential to obtain the desired creaminess without burning the dish. So when I learned about Risotteria, a restaurant whose claim to fame...

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  • 400. Spring Street Natural

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    We had tried to visit Lombardis in Greenwich Village (the famous pizza place) twice - the first time it was closed, the second time they were queuing out the front door and we couldn't be bothered to...

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