Please, recommend some restaurants
E noi parliamo Italiano anche! Well, at least many of us from the metro area do, though based on some of the conversations on General Topics, you'd be hard-pressed to recognize it as such!
In your price range, I've had good meals at Alta, Red Egg, R.U.B., Mercadito, Grand Sichuan, Earthen Oven and many other restaurants of different atmosphere, cuisines, etc. If you can tell us what kind of food/atmosphere you are looking for, it might help focus our recommendations.
Bravo, your Italian is certainly better than my English :)
I recorded (?) all your advice. I have little time so i would like to go in restaurant more popular in New York, most famous and appreciated by locals. I like mexican food, seafood, steakhouse, greek...in short, I like everything.
I dont't like only chinese and japanese food.
And no italian food (for obvious reasons) :)
Famous and popular are sometimes very different in NYC. You could go to Los Dados like the fame-chasers or you could go to a place like Tehuitzingo, known primarily to locals. And sometimes fame and popularity are equally deserved as in the case of Katz's Delicatessen. My personal thoughts would be:
Mexican: Mercadito (Sunday prix fixe), Itzocan, El Paso
Seafood: McCormick & Schmick's or Lure Fishbar for happy hour, Russ & Daughters
Steak: La Zarza prix-fixe, La Rural, Cafe Ronda (traditional steakhouses generally cost more than $30 for dinner)
Greek: Kefi, Anthos Upstairs, Snack
Not sure where you are visiting from, but here's my short list:
Caracas Arepas (at around $6/arepa)
Menkuitei or Ippudo for ramen
Kefi's early bird dinner (though the last time I went it was less impressive.)
all of the above should be under $20/person without alcohol.
Agree with MMRuth. With thousands of restaurants in New York City, it is very difficult to make any recommendations without getting a sense of your constraints. For some people spending $20pp is too expensive, for others, it's $100pp.
Not sure by what you mean by "something typical place"? You mean items that quintessential New York -- those that are hard to find elsewhere or signature food of the city? I recommend this thread:
Don't Leave NY Without Eating...
NYC for visitors:
I also highly recommend RGR's self guided Lower East Side Gustatory tour -- inexpensive and gives you a flavor of a rich and diverse NYC neighborhood, but best done with another person:
Best pizza in NY (pizza is typically < $20pp but again, pizza is best done with another person to maximize savings and minimize leftovers):
I think these trip reports/itinerary might also help:
Can you give us a sense of how much you want to spend for meals (including tax, tip & alcohol, if any), what kinds of food you might be interested in and if you have any geographic preferences? That will help us come up with suggestions. This thread might help you in terms of orientation: