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Debaser
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Houma
Member since Jan 2007
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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!







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Day Man
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
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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
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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
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Baton Rouge
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Gramercy Tavern





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jimithing11
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Dillon, Texas
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Po





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PBeard
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Look on the Brightside
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LINK

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







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Bosco2579
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Baton Rouge
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Eataly!
Peels NYC






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hen
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I really enjoyed ABC Kitchen. If you want something more casual, their tapas restaurant, Pipa, is next door.





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hobotiger
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I too can vouchfor those as well as Bouloud Sud, all great





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coolpapaboze
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Parts Unknown
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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
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Madison, MS
Member since Jun 2005
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quote:

Gramercy Tavern


agree, very good. definitely not casual though.






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fleaux
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section 0
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I heard somewhere that Guy Fieri has a restaurant in New York.......





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Coater
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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
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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).





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Coater
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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
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quote:

Going up to see the Stones


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





- peels
- spotted pig
- boathouse is nice






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tracytiger
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The Strolling Bones.







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





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WaveForLSU
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Member since Oct 2008
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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)


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Nick Papa Georgio
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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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