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MParnell Aug 7, 2007 12:40 PM

My husband and I will be in NYC inbetween Christmas and New Years and want to visit the very best eateries...anything from pricey to pennies. Doesn't matter...

  1. misnatalie May 7, 2008 07:01 PM

    Peter Lugar's
    Sushi Yasuda
    Babbo
    Dawat
    Per se
    Eleven Madison Park
    Nobu
    Perilla

    Shake Shack or Corner Bistro
    Di Fara Pizza or Artichoke
    Hill Country
    Degustation

    Cones or Il labritorio del gelato
    Batch or Chickalicious
    Patisserie Claude

    1. Ali B May 7, 2008 10:05 AM

      So, MParnell, how'd it go?

      1. Ali B Aug 9, 2007 02:48 PM

        Ben & Jacks (get the Ben & Jack's salad and the steak for two), The Modern Bar Room (or the regular dining room, but the Bar room is much more fun, less $$$, and great atmosphere), 44 & X, Sripraphai (in Queens, but DEFINITELY worth the trip), Pink Teacup (for breakfast/brunch), Barney Greengrass (for breakfast/brunch).

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          Ann900 Aug 7, 2007 02:45 PM

          "The very best eateries"- so you've narrowed it down to maybe 500 restaurants. I think that you'll get more satisfactory replies if you narrow things down a bit - give us an idea of the type of cusine you like, where you'll be staying, any types of food you don't care for, etc.
          As you posted it, your question is way too broad.

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            MParnell Aug 8, 2007 10:13 PM

            thanks ann900. okay to get more specific, we will be there for five nights and want to visit the best in each neighborhood! soho, tribeca, meat packing district...and we happen to love hearty, american, rich, yummy food. steaks, pork chops, good soup...well i think this is just too hard...because to be honest, we love sushi and thai and italian and indian too...i need to spend some time thinking on this one! thanks for your help, anyways :)

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              wingman Aug 9, 2007 02:06 PM

              Hearth, Babbo, Masa, Per Se and Pastis - that should give you a good sampling and you'll be about $5,000 poorer once you go back home.

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