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Lincoln Center area dining

idia Apr 30, 2007 07:18 AM

I am new to the area and so far have found La Fenice, Fiorello's, Josephina's and Shun Lee to be very decent dining places.
Can you recommend any others?

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    cv1 Apr 30, 2007 08:05 AM

    Rosa Mexicano (61 Columbus Avenue at 62nd Street) is pretty good. There is an Ollie's near Lincoln Center as well which offers pretty good food at reasonable prices.

    1. k
      kobetobiko Apr 30, 2007 08:13 AM

      Since you didn't specify a price range, I will just list out some of the options:

      Per Se, Masa, Porterhouse NY, Landmarc, Cafe Gray (all at Time Warner Center)
      Upscale - Jean Georges, Picholine, Telepan
      Moderately Priced - Compass, Gabriels

      1. c
        cimui Apr 30, 2007 04:47 PM

        ^^ Good options. I'd also just add:

        Bin 71
        Cafe Ronda (or Rhonda--I can never get this straight)
        Earthen Oven
        Meskerem (I hesitate to recommend b/c this location is very hit or miss; atm is not terribly attractive)
        Vince and Eddie's
        Josie's (I only like the cocktails, but lots of people love the food)

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          Raeviola Apr 30, 2007 04:57 PM

          Us Juilliard kids loved Cafe Mozart for a "fancy" dessert now and then. Il Violino was a favorite too. Of course, we also frequented every hole-in-the-wall chinese place we could walk to... Anything to escape cafeteria food! :)

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