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TheHarahanian
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Member since May 2017
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Also, look in the Chelsea/Clinton area for an Ethiopian restaurant that’s pretty good. If it’s still there, it’s directly across the street from the “Hell’s Kitchen Playground”.

No joke. There really is a Hell’s Kitchen Playground.


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Senior Sidewalker
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I've done PCB/Destin for spring break in undergrad. Not a big snow guy. Relaxing vacations are boring

I always take a chance to get to NY. It can be expensive, but you can find ways to leave with at least a few pennies left over


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


Muh sorry. Trashy JBE quad St. George Nola LP AP LC. Truck nuts baw! BR red light cams Jindal LSUS

Does that about cover it?


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TigerFanInSouthland
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Just got back from NYC in December, there’s an Italian restaurant called Forlini’s. Best Italian I’ve ever had.


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Ric Flair
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Member since Oct 2005
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Outside Manhattan, I would go to Astoria, Queens for Greek food. There is really no reason to leave manhattan for ethnic restaurants


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GetBackToWork
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Everyone wants to eat off the beaten path. They seem to think the best food is waiting to be discovered. It's a lot of BS. Get on Zagats and find the place you want. I wouldn't waste my trip on guessing at joints. Plus, most places having a following require reservations in advance. Balthazar would be on my list.


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Sterling Archer
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Negril in Greenwich village has good Jamaican food. So does Miss Lily's but they are both in Manhattan.

Astoria has pretty good Greek restaurants as well.



Senior Sidewalker
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Member since Oct 2017
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I'm there for 11 days, will def be up in the village

I just said outside Manhattan to get my point across. Will check em out


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McVick
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
I stayed in Manhatten once. Paid $8 for a Magic Hat #9. The year was 2004. I haven't been back.

Did I miss anything since then?


Y.A. Tittle
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
Go eat Italian on Arthur Ave in The Bronx.


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Ric Flair
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Member since Oct 2005
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re: Where to eat outside Manhattan
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I stayed in Manhatten once. Paid $8 for a Magic Hat #9. The year was 2004. I haven't been back. Did I miss anything since then?


I paid less than that for a whole pitcher of beer at the Village Idiot back in ‘04. You can’t make a choice to go fancy and expect dive bar prices.


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