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  • 21

    Pommes Frites

    4.5
    25 reviews

    I love fries, and this place does them right - crispy outside, fluffy inside, many options for dipping sauces. I got the truffle fries - truffle oil, truffle salt, a salty crispy delicious experience. Not really places to sit around, but it's not really about the ambience here, it's just a pick up and go place.

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  • 22

    Nobu New York

    4.5
    23 reviews

    love this restaurnts

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  • 23

    Bouchon Bakery

    4
    25 reviews

    I believe this is one of the best french macarons I had outside of Paris. Can't beat Laduree or Fauchon but Bounchon macarons are a class of its own. It is big but the thickness to size ratio is perfect. The shell is crispy and chewy. I think I ran out of words to describe how good they were. Tried ...

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  • 24

    Pastis

    4
    26 reviews

    Classic French Bistro in the hot Meat Packing District. Awesome people watching & celeb sightings.

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  • 25

    Levain Bakery

    5
    21 reviews

    Two friends opened this cozy Upper West Side bakery, won a following for their rustic breads and hockey-puck-size cookies, and now satisfy cravings in Harlem and the Hamptons too. The award-winning chocolate chip walnut cookie has the perfect consistency—a nice outer layer of crunch with a melt-in-your-mouth gooey center—and is loaded with semisweet chocolate chips and walnuts. Must-Try Item: The ...

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  • 26

    Caracas Arepas Bar

    5
    20 reviews

    **ORDER THE A8 - DE PABELLON AND THANK ME LATER** Yes, we waited for 30 minutes for a lunch table on a Tuesday. But worth the wait, trust me. The staff was super nice. Place was small, but cozy and warm. Good energy and vibe. ORDERED: *GUASACACA & CHIPS ($6.25) - Very creamy guac and the homemade chips were excellent. ...

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  • 27

    Buddakan NY

    4.5
    22 reviews

    Really fun place to come. You must start off with a FATE cocktail. It has st. germain, passion fruit, and is topped off with champagne. Start of with edamae dumplings and the duck salad. Any dessert here is delicious as well.

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  • 28

    Carnegie Deli

    4
    27 reviews

    Carnegie Deli is amazing! The sandwiches are unlike anything you've ever have before! PLUS, my 5yo had her NYC Hula debut in October 2012...it was so fun!

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  • 29

    Bubby's

    4.5
    23 reviews

    My favorite TriBeCa brunch spot. Good farm to table-esque versions of American favorites (w/ a little TexMex thrown in as well). I think the bloody mary's are the best in the city (good combination of tart and spicey). The lines can get pretty long after 11:30 on a weekend (sometimes earlier) so you may want to plan in advance.

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  • 30

    Red Rooster

    4.5
    21 reviews

    Probably the most fun dining experience I have had in New York. Start with the Red Rooster punch. The bartenders are really nice and helpful. Don't order the Swedish meatballs. They are bland and not like your typical Swedish meatballs. Instead get the mac and cheese. It is not boring like I thought it would be. The sweet potato donuts ...

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  • 31

    The Frying Pan

    4
    23 reviews

    Killer bar on a docked boat! Great summer spot for a drink. Can get packed, but worth it at sunset.

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  • 32

    Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien Hotel

    4.5
    21 reviews

    Juicy juicy burger establishment hidden in Le Parker Meridien with serious New York attitude. Be prepared to get bitched out if you don't have your order ready when it is ready. Hilarious stuff. Avoid regular lunch hours to eat... I would come here around 11:30am before the midtown executive traffic starts rolling in.

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  • 33

    Shake Shack - Theater District

    4.5
    21 reviews

    Shake Shack—the East Coast's answer to In-n-Out! Juicy, medium-rare, smashed burgers, buttery buns, and an out-of-this-world spicy mayo makes this joint a hit with tourists and locals alike. The shakes and ice cream ain't so bad either. I recommend the double Shack Burger. And if you aren't full by then, try the custard of the day!

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  • 34

    Doughnut Plant

    All their doughnuts are good, but the creme brulee is what I to believe their pride and joy. Its smaller than a normal sized doughnut, but its taste more than makes up for it. Unlike any other doughnut I've ever tried its sweet and light and dreamy.

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  • 35

    Cafeteria

    4
    23 reviews

    The food here never ceases to amaze me. Always consistent, always super yummy. A chic, hip diner that gets a beautiful crowd and has a great patio for those summer nights.

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  • 36

    Beauty and Essex

    4.5
    19 reviews

    From the streets you would imagine a small store - but walk through it, step into the restaurant and immerse yourself in a decadent decor, good looking people, and great tapas style food! Loved it

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  • 37

    Artichoke Basille's - East Village

    4.5
    19 reviews

    You New Yorkers were right about your pizza. I had no idea of how right you were. As a born-and-raised Californian visiting NYC on a group trip two years ago, this was our first stop almost immediately off the plane. Our host took the group of 8 of us here on a cold December night, and we trusted him in ...

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  • 38

    Rice to Riches

    4
    21 reviews

    A rice pudding bar of different flavors! Quite creative but I still like the original rice pudding more. Also, they didn't let you have two flavors in the smallest bowl, even it was pretty big.

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  • 39

    Momofuku Noodle Bar

    4.5
    20 reviews

    If you're a ramen devourer, this is a place to not miss in NYC. The Momofuku ramen is delicious, a bit smokey which made it just perfect. Very crowded though, so be warned. Either come early or alone, so you can grab a seat at the bar.

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  • 40

    Per Se

    5
    17 reviews

    To my surprise, it was just as good, if not better, than Keller's original French Laundry. In addition to maintaining its top notch reputation by presenting some of the world’s best tasting dishes, the restaurant carries a certain elegance that none of his wine country establishments do. With a contemporary and elegant flair, Per Se embraces a certain beauty that ...

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