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Debaser
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Houma
Member since Jan 2007
755 posts

New York Restaurants

Mrs. Debaser and I are headed to New York next week and she has made some reservations:

La Esquina
JoJo
Jungsik OR Ma Peche … res for both at the same time.

Other possibilities are :

ABC Kitchen
Central Park Boathouse
Il Gattopordo

I think we have the fine dining front covered and i was hoping some FDB poster could help out with some more casual must eat kind of places. I saw that there are a lot of eateries on 9th Avenue that may fit the bill.

Going up to see the Stones and catch a couple plays.

TIA!



Day Man
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
1089 posts

re: New York Restaurants
Lombardi's Pizza is really good.

Lombardi's

quote:

During the year of 1905, Lombardi's was licensed by the City of New York, becoming America's First Pizzeria.




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BlackenedOut
The Big Sleazy
Member since Feb 2011
3980 posts

re: New York Restaurants
Really liked Momofuku Ssam (but you have Ma Peche on that). Gramercy Tavern, Earl's Beer and Cheese, and Eataly can fit in the more casual spots (although that is not a perfect fit for Gramercy).


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Geauxld Finger
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2005
25831 posts

re: New York Restaurants
Gramercy Tavern


jimithing11
Texas Fan
Dillon, Texas
Member since Mar 2011
20063 posts

re: New York Restaurants
Po


PBeard
Penn Fan
Look on the Brightside
Member since Oct 2007
5606 posts

re: New York Restaurants
LINK

I can only vouch for The Spotted Pig and Momofuku Noodle Bar



Bosco2579
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
76 posts

re: New York Restaurants
Eataly!
Peels NYC


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hen
LSU Fan
past the point of no return
Member since Sep 2007
1748 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I really enjoyed ABC Kitchen. If you want something more casual, their tapas restaurant, Pipa, is next door.


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hobotiger
LSU Fan
Hoboken, NJ
Member since Nov 2007
3361 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I too can vouchfor those as well as Bouloud Sud, all great


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coolpapaboze
Penn Fan
Parts Unknown
Member since Dec 2006
8637 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I think Ma Peche has gone downhill since Tien Ho left the kitchen a while back. I've eaten there probably half a dozen times and each meal was of a lesser quality than the previous one. The other momofuku restaurants are better IMO. Eataly is a good bet, just don't go around 5-6 during the week, especially on Friday's, it's mobbed.


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Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
21152 posts

re: New York Restaurants
quote:

Gramercy Tavern


agree, very good. definitely not casual though.


fleaux
LSU Fan
section 0
Member since Aug 2012
8657 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I heard somewhere that Guy Fieri has a restaurant in New York.......


Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
21152 posts

re: New York Restaurants


i did eat at one of bobby flay's not too long ago--bar americain. it was solid. had the lamb. my wife got the filet. both were top notch. he also had some kind of cauliflower ap that was great and i don't do cauliflower.


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CBLSU316
LSU Fan
Far Right of Left
Member since Jun 2008
9210 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I'd definitely hit one of Flays spots....I've had Mesa and Bar American (sp?) both were very good. Pastis is also a solid spot, it's in the meat packing district if I recall correctly (no homo).


Coater
LSU Fan
Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
21152 posts

re: New York Restaurants
quote:

(no homo)


we did morimoto in the meat packing district. also not casual and wasn't cheap but was a great experience.


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Nick Papa Georgio
Georgetown Fan
NYC
Member since Mar 2009
4574 posts

re: New York Restaurants
quote:

Going up to see the Stones


<---- Section 201... fricking. Pumped.





- peels
- spotted pig
- boathouse is nice


tracytiger
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since May 2009
3591 posts

re: New York Restaurants
The Strolling Bones.



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tracytiger
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since May 2009
3591 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I loved Luke's Lobster for a lobster roll and other lobster items. He has a great background story. Very legit lobster rolls!


WaveForLSU
Tulane Fan
Member since Oct 2008
5443 posts

re: New York Restaurants
I'm hittin the NYC next week and plan on eating my way through thanks to this board's recs. gramercy tavern , wd 50, le Bernadin. Just need a sitter ! (But I'm bringing all the grandparents)
This post was edited on 12/4 at 8:10 pm


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Nick Papa Georgio
Georgetown Fan
NYC
Member since Mar 2009
4574 posts

re: New York Restaurants
quote:

I loved Luke's Lobster for a lobster roll and other lobster items. He has a great background story. Very legit lobster rolls!




Lobster Roll at Pearl Oyster bar in Greenwich Village is hard to beat.



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