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any recommendations near Beacon Theater - broadway and 74th

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Aimee Aug 2, 2007 04:46 PM

open to anything yummy. Price not so important. Thanks.

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    Lucia Aug 2, 2007 06:32 PM

    Kefi, Fairway Cafe

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      1uc7 Aug 2, 2007 06:54 PM

      Would also add;
      Earthen Oven on 72/Columbus for Indian
      Telepan on 69th (near columbus)
      Grom for gelato! (76th and b'way)

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        susan robin Aug 2, 2007 07:02 PM

        cesca, think it is 74 and columbus.

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          johnnyappleseed Aug 2, 2007 08:02 PM

          Hummus Place, Levain Bakery, Bin 71

          1. jbyoga Aug 2, 2007 08:05 PM

            Big Nicks for great slices and a great scene and for the love of G-d gelato @ Grom!!!

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              mcoleman Aug 3, 2007 04:48 AM

              substitute "greasy" for great @ big Nicks tho if you like grease it's prob great

              cesca is on 75th bet amsterdam & columbus, no?

              cesca & telepan may not be dinners you want to bolt down assuming this is pre-show at the beacon (which these days seems to feature reunion tours of every halfassed rock band that ever existed oops wrong board)

              I'd go for fairway cafe (like an enlightened diner food-wise, no atmosphere) or the noisy but serviceable citrus at amsterdam & 75th for sushi/amerikan/"mexican"

              grom is good gelato if you don't mind waiting in line to pay $5 for a thimble-sized scoop, they should call their servings "nickels & dimes" like oldschool dealers.

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              G3B Aug 3, 2007 05:31 AM

              Definitely Telepan, best restaurant on the UWS IMHO.

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                rhabend Aug 3, 2007 07:39 AM

                cesca is on 75th and good
                you might also think about cafe luxembourg all the suggestions above are good though

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                  maxinem Aug 4, 2007 07:21 AM

                  Cesca! I had the most wonderful risotto there the other night--w/ lamb, peas and mint. It was a special.

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                jpolk Aug 3, 2007 07:45 AM

                Nikos (Greek). It is right across the street.

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                  Graphiste Aug 10, 2007 12:55 PM

                  if you walk over to amsterdam there are a ton of moderately priced places you won't need a reservation. my favorite is Luzia's up near 80th. portuguese food. lot of fish dishes.
                  there's also a good sushi place.

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                    asnet Aug 15, 2007 02:16 PM

                    I second Luxembourg and Fairway Cafe (right across the street from Beacon, on 2nd floor). Luxembourg is a very good, low-profile place. Among its virtues is excellent draft beer.

                    1. bigmackdaddy Aug 15, 2007 08:53 PM

                      Gray's Papaya on W. 72nd and Bwy.

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                        cimui Aug 15, 2007 09:19 PM

                        I'm with Lucia on Kefi (72nd)! Not a good place if you're in a hurry, though. Spiga on 84th between B'way and Amsterdam is more of a hike, but worth it IMO. Ouest, also in the vicinity, at B'way and 84th, is great--better than Cesca for the price.

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