New York City Restaurants

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  • 401. Westway Diner

    We had just finished the 2 hour Circle Ferry cruise and wanted a late lunch. Walking up to the Theatre District along 44th Street we could not find a nice place where we could sit down and have a...

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  • 402. San Martin Restaurant

    After a long day of sightseeing, I took my father here on a Sunday after the New York Marathon. It's a cozy Italian restaurant on 49th St between Lexington and 3rd Avenue. The service is friendly,...

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  • 403. Village Den

    Village Den was the best place I found to eat std 'American' breakfast in Greenwich Village. Sits on the corner / intersection of West 12th St. and Greenwich Avenue. Clean & affordable they have a...

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  • 404. Feile

    Fat Anie's is right next door to Stout. We had passed it many times before and finally decided to try it out. It's retro looking place with 1950's memorabilia and that Happy Day's vibe. There is...

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  • 405. Esperanto - CLOSED

    Looking for a light lunch in Greenwich Village we were attracted to this attractive and relatively spacious café. With its scrubbed wooden tables and a comfortable looking sofa (unfortunately...

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  • 406. Azalea Ristorante

    Azalea Ristorante is an upscale and modern Italian eatery that puts an extra glow on your theater night out. The service is excellent, wine list is extensive and varied (although quite pricey, IMHO)...

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  • 407. La Rivista Ristorante featuring Broadway Joe Steak

    There are quite a few small, local eateries over in the 300 block of West 46th street, an area dubbed and actually labelled via street signs as "restaurant row". One of the oldest and best known is...

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  • 408. Chilis

    In the Kennedy Airport you can find various types of food, all mostly expensive. Included in this group is Chili's. If you have been away from the US for some time, this is a good spot to start your...

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  • 409. Eats Restaurant and Bar

    3 out of 5 stars

    This was a definite must for a New York visit -- lunch at a coffee shop in the upper east side. Slightly cramped, a huge variety of foods, lunch specials come with coffee or soda. Love it. The falafel...

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  • 410. 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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  • 411. Benihana New York

    You sit an small chairs around a table that also include a "stove". The food is prepared when you are sitting beside and looking at it. It is a bit of a "show/Entertainment" when they prepared the...

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  • 412. 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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  • 413. 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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  • 414. Moonstruck

    The moment I passed by the 38 street, Moonstruck really struck me, staff very attentive, eye popping menu's, food presentation was extraordinary. Restaurant ambience just felt like in the movies or...

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  • 415. New Leaf - CLOSED until Spring 2015

    I practically had the lovely restaurant to myself, on a wintry March afternoon. The New Leaf is a quaint little bistro in the middle of forested Fort Tryon Park in upper Manhattan. It really seems a...

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  • 416. Pete's Downtown - CLOSED

    In Brooklyn by the Brooklyn waterfront @ Fulton Landing, just southeast and almost under the Brooklyn bridge is Pete's Downtown restaurant. Decent bar ambience & Italian / American food are...

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  • 417. Rocking Horse Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    It's really delicious. They have benefits quite often (God's Love We Deliver, for one) and the space is beautifully decorated. It's chic, simple, and colorful. We had a lovely afternoon lunch with...

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  • 418. SriPraPhai

    Most New Yorkers think you need a passport to cross the river into Queens. And that's too bad. They're missing the most authentic Thai food west of Bangkok. Every dish here is traditionally spiced,...

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  • 419. Food Exchange Cafe - CLOSED

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The service is quick and friendly but if you go there on rush hours expect it to be crowded. I got the feeling that you really have to know what you are ordering because there is no time to think and...

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  • 420. Trump Grill

    This is one thing New York does extremely well and that is to feed you,,, in huge portions or for the more conservative of us the Restaurant chique has personified itself in New York. From China town...

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  • 421. Walker's

    I can highly recommend Walkers as a brunch venue, the food is delicious, excellent value and to top it of there is a great ambience. You select your brunch option off the menu or daily specials and...

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  • 422. Yum - CLOSED

    Ambience - not much of an ambience, small and crowded with long queue for take-aways during peak hours. Food - what really matters at this Asian restaurant is its food. Being Asian and having eaten...

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  • 423. 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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  • 424. 21 Club

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The “21 Club” has a long history and the décor will attest to that. With its extensive collection of “toys” gifts from patrons, you are transported to the a time when the restaurant was the playground...

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  • 425. Sevilla Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This was literally one of the first retaruatns I was introduced to when I first arrived in New York so many years ago. In fact, Sevilla has been on this tiny West Village Street for more than 60 years...

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