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  • tamf77 May 12, 2010 11:22 AM
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Need a good restuarant with good food, and a happening bar, any suggestions?

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  1. You've got to be kidding with this request. This is a city with literally THOUSANDS of restaurants to choose from. You are asking for a 'good' one with 'good' food. And a bar.

    Please provide type of cuisine, how much you want to spend, how many people, what time of day/day of week, what area of the city, what type of ambiance. The more information you provide, the more useful you'll find this site.

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    1. re: chow_gal

      Nope not kidding, well aware that it's a culinary empire however I don't live their. My boss asked me to find some places in NY City that has good food and a lively atmosphere.

      Doesn't matter the cost.
      Guys are in their 30's-40"s
      Their not into places like Per Si food wise. More meat & potato guys but kind of an upscale classy place, middle age crowd

      and yes I haven't used the sight too much, I will get the hang out it.

      Mercer Kitchen looks good

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      Mercer Kitchen
      99 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012

      1. re: tamf77

        Keen's- both the bar or the dining room should fit the bill - great steaks, good crowd.

        1. re: tamf77

          Keens would definitely be a good fit.

          Keens photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391...

          1. re: RGR

            RGR- why do I always put a hyphen in Keens?

            1. re: Ann900

              Actually, in this case you put an apostrophe and a hyphen after! Keen's-

              1. re: chow_gal

                Yes, I know- sad, sad. Need to pay more attention.

                1. re: Ann900

                  Ann900,

                  Actually, there should be an apostrophe because the man after whom the restaurant was named was Albert Keen (no "s"). I have no idea why the restaurant spells it without the apostropher, but that's the way it is.