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Good Italian caffe with fresh baked goods. Chocolate croissant was fresh and crispy. Small and homey spot.
Great cappuccino in a cosy spot. Easy to miss - this is tucked away on a quiet residential street in Murray hill. They have good croissants as well.
Great rooftop bar in midtown.
Great cappuccino spot. Had a flat white and an almond croissant. Coffee was excellent. Croissant was good but not amazing.
We came on a Tuesday night at 8:30 and the place was packed. Trendy and loud, with dim lighting and 1920s decor. The food was tasty - had the orecchiette which was sort of a soup but good. Chocolate pot was great.
Cool little boutique hotel in midtown. Rooms are decent size for New York. Beds are very comfortable. The decor is retro-1920s era with a hip vibe and a lively bar. The lobby is so small you could easily miss it.
Hip and swanky scene - a fun place for a night out with the beautiful people of London. Like all Nobu's, the food is tasty and beautifully prepared. Cocktails are great as well.
First discovered this place through their food truck. Absolutely great. They do a modern spin on Indian street food. My favorite is the paneer tikka burrito. Big spicy and flavorful.
The location for Breaking Bad's Pollos Hermanos!
Latest creation of Michael Minna. Amazing space in the financial district. Food is great and the atmosphere is modern and hip.
This place has a lot of hype around it. Maybe my expectations were too high. I liked it but was not blown away. It's a hip, lively atmosphere. The Cesar salad was really good. The thin crust, Italian style pizza was tasty, but not quite as unique as a delfina or a little star. Service was very good. Book ahead - this place is popular.
Good lunch spot. Had the falafel wrap - freshly prepared and authentic tasting. They have house made mint lemonade which was delicious. The atmosphere, though, was dark - felt like there was a power outage or like I was in a garage. For lunch it's alright
Beautiful space. We came to see Madame Butterfly. The production was great.
Great hole in the wall place in Chinatown. Not much in terms of atmosphere (looked very 80s) but the food was authentic fresh and tasty. The Kung Pao was great. The black mushroom with greens was also good. There was a line to get a table by 6 pm. Came with kids and they also liked it.