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Senior Sidewalker
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Where to eat outside Manhattan
Heading to New York for spring break, looking to eat some good food from various other countries. Looking to get "off the beaten path". Any recommendations?


ellunchboxo
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I don’t know. Walk up to any street vendor.


East Coast Band
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Pizza Hut in Newark


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The Boat
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Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I've eaten plenty of Pakistani, etc


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bbvdd
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Member since Jun 2009
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Where are you staying in Mahattan? And why would you go outside mahattan to eat?

Pretty much any place in the city is going to be good. If it wasn’t, it would t be there.


BMouzone
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
This is the O-T not yelp bra


Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Midtown Hilton

Looking for a little more ethnic food. Give me the Anthony Bourdain experience via NYC


Bob Sacamano
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Well add about $40 bucks to your meal because if you go outside Manhattan you’ll spend $40-$50 on a cab.

I wanted to get greys papaya so I took a cab there and a cab back. That $8 hotdog and fries cost me $28 because of the cab ride.


TheHarahanian
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
If you get out to the North Brunswick, NJ area, go to the original Paradise Biryani Point.

There are other locations, but the original is the best.

Order Chicken 65 for the app, then chicken biryani with double masala.

When the biryani is served, you’ll think there’s no way you can finish all of it. But you will.
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VinegarStrokes
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Just go to Sky Burger and scarf em down


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Waffle House
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Get on the 7 train and get out anywhere in Queens.


oVo
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Crif Dog


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Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I trust you. Your handle is Waffle House

Clearly you know good food


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Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
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Well add about $40 bucks to your meal because if you go outside Manhattan you’ll spend $40-$50 on a cab. 


Subway is pretty useful. Give it a try next time!


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MSTiger33
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
What kind of food are you looking for?


OMLandshark
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Who goes to New York for Spring Break? I mean, I love New York (no pun intended) but it’s expensive as frick and you could have far more fun for much cheaper.... pretty much anywhere. You want to spend 3 days in New York tops and get the frick out of there.


OMLandshark
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
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Midtown Hilton


Doubletree by any chance? That’s where I usually stay.


Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Something beyond Chinese, Italian, etc. Been there, done that

Legit Honduran, Jamaican, anything African. Local or modern "twists" on these classics. Crazy shit


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