nyc with kids
We are coming up to NYC from Washington D.C area with three adults and three young children (all 6 or younger). Any brilliant ideas for lunches and brunches especially. We want chowish food but are realistic about the options available. Willing to travel anywhere in Manhattan. Thanks.
here are a few of my suggestions that would be great for kids and adults. all delicious! you can view their menus on www.menupages.com
madison square park
(e. 23rd st at madison ave
good enough to eat
483 amsterdam btwn 83rd and 84th
447 amsterdam btwn 81st and 82nd
1271 3rd ave at 73rd
99 e. 19th st at park ave south
210 w. 10th st at bleecker
chat 'n' chew
10 e. 16th st btwn union sq and 5th ave
3 w. 18th st btwn 5th and 6th ave
551 amsterdam at 86th st
9 great jones st btwn bway and lafayette
18 w. 18th st btwn 5th and 6th ave
virgil's real bbq
152 w. 44th st at 7th ave
great jones cafe
54 great jones st btwn lafayette and bway
cowgirl hall of fame
519 hudson at w. 10th
225 e. 60th st btwn 2nd and 3rd ave
We must add the perennial fave of all NYC parents: PIZZA!
Just a few:
* Two Boots: 2 locations - Grand Central and 37 Ave. A (skip the 7th Ave S. and Bleecker St locations...too small).
* John's on Bleecker between Sixth and Seventh Aves.
* DeMarco's, 146 Houston near MacDougal.
And many many others.
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I had a great experience at Florent just the other day traveling with a 3 and a 1.5 year old. the staff is prepared with crayons and coloring pages and understands getting food to the table yesterday. it helped that we were there in the in between hour of before dinner after lunch.
I second John's Pizza (Midtown outlet is a little more comfortable) and of course Seredipity
Bubby's in Tribeca