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Hlelp. Midpriced restaurant near Highline Ballroom (16th st bet 9-10 avenue)

fjc1z1 Jun 26, 2013 01:01 PM

Thank you to the people who responded previously. The suggestions to Colicchio and the other place were more than we wanted to spend. They are great restaurants. It was my error. Is there a restautant that is good and little more reasonably priced in the area. I am open as to the type of food. It will be Saturday evening aound 5pm
thank you

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    Lacrosse_Gastronomic RE: fjc1z1 Jun 26, 2013 01:21 PM

    It would be helpful to know exactly how much you're budgeting for food per person before drinks, tax and tip. The Tap Room at Colicchio and Sons reasonably priced by most standards (especially for New York City) and within the range of other restaurants in the area.

    Within 10 blocks you could try Chop Shop, Omai, Co. pizza, or Grand Sichuan. You can also get sandwiches and other snacks at Chelsea Market nearby.

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      sugartoof RE: fjc1z1 Jun 26, 2013 01:51 PM

      Tia Pol
      The Half King
      Hybird in Chelsea Market and other options in there.
      Standard Grill is reasonable during lunch...not sure about dinners.
      Tavern on Jane (a little walk away)
      Trestle on Tenth (probably too high, but their Rocket Pig project next door might work if it's before 7pm, and you eat on the Highline itself)
      Scarpetta (same, probably too pricey)
      Rana (same as above, pastas are $25)

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        fjc1z1 RE: fjc1z1 Jun 26, 2013 03:38 PM

        I was hoping for under $100 for two.

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          boredough RE: fjc1z1 Jun 26, 2013 11:03 PM

          Check out Willow Road, right next to Colicchio & Sons
          They open at 5:30 - the fried chicken is delicious.

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