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Hello, My husband is taking me to NYC at the end of February as a Christmas present/30th birthday/babymoon trip. You guys have never steered me wrong in the food direction and, since this only my second trip to NYC, I need all the help I can get.

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I haven't found one I can recommend. (Waikiki Wally's in the East Village is a Hawai'ian-themed restaurant that serves awful, inauthentic, and wildly overpriced food. The menu has a lau lau entree at $14.50, which blows my mind.) However, the Hawai'i Cultural Foundation is putting on its annual holiday party on December 7.

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Ziggy41 Jan 17, 2017 06:01 AM I dont see any indication that Tia Pol switched hands or out of business, unless your last time was a while back when Alex Raij... I dont see any indication that Tia Pol switched hands or out of business, unless your last time was a while back when Alex Raij was part of the team.

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The holidays makes it hard to get cabs though. If you are staying around Rockefeller Center you might want to try Le Cirque in The NY Palace Hotel. Alain Ducasse, Daniel, Jean George, Four Seasons, Le Bernadin, San Domenico, Le Regence, Feledia and Aureole are all great restaurants in Mid Town.

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Cookie Aug 16, 2005 02:15 PM If you have time, order one from Texas, home of the Pecan Pie. Goode Company has AMAZING pecan pie, great for mail order too. Goode Company has AMAZING pecan pie, great for mail order too.

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But a far better option is to order through the mail or internet. One such place is The Popcorn Factory. There's another place in Long Island that I prefer, but I haven't ordered from there in a few years and for the life of me, I can't remember the name (though, no doubt, it included "popcorn"). Good luck.

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As Atera doesn't serve any wines by the glass yet, this approach is even more annoying, especially if you're a couple and don't feel like ordering four or five half bottles of wine. Anyhow, we ordered a half bottle of champagne and a bottle of red (teroldego grape) that I'd read about and very much wanted to try.

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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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The Commissary. New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. JimmySee | Nov 25, 2017 11:53 AM I worked in the CBS building at 51 West 52nd (Black Rock) pretty much all through the 1970s. We had the 51W52 Club on the 20th floor ...

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yeah, the crowds are from baruch college, and only a very recent development. on top of the expected lunch crowds, also a dinner rush from students in between classes. I found the Bahn Mi to be different than most.

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Funny you should mention hot dogs from R.I. - the best hot dogs I ever had were from there - my ex-roomate's mother used to bring them over when she visited. They had no red food coloring in them & they came attached at the ends in chains like sausages. They were called Sauggies (I have no idea of the spelling, but they were pronounced "sawgies").

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Hankering after Taylor Ham - made in New Jersey, but haven't yet found it in Northern Westchester, where I now live. ... A customer on my mail route let me try a piece of some Taylor Ham and I wanted to know if you can Taylor ham thru a mail order. I liked it and cannot find Taylor ham in California. ... (former New Jerseyite from Glen Rock ...

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Their rugelach can be bought wholesale or through mail order and at any of their Greenmarket locations throughout the city (Rugelach is 50 cents a piece or $2.00/quarter pound. See my post below for greenmarket locations where their Rugelach can be bought.

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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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I got no bones to pick with Red Lobster. but wow, $15 bucks for a sandwich is steep for chain food. I went to Above in Hilton on 42nd last week (around the corner from the new Times Square place) and had a very tasty and fresh lobster roll with a big pile of fresh cut fries for $16 (and it a very big lobster serving on a scrumptious roll, they bread, delicate breadsticks and sweet butter they ...

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Thanks for the recommendation on Landmarc TWC (the question was "please help me find a place to eat at 11 PM within walking distance of 59/7"). It was just what I wanted after being jiggled and bounced and jostled all the way from Las Vegas... to sit down and have a simple dinner.

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I will be staying at the Beacon Hotel in the UWS in March 2130 Broadway @75th Street. Looking for restaurants like the closed Red Cat and Briccos. I like neighborhood places, cozy, no celebrity chefs. Italian or American cuisine. Also looking for a bagel place in the neighborhood.

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I had a gravlax pizza - good count of gravlax and "Swedish?" guacamole atop some puffy bread with a squid ink sauce drizzled on top. Came with a small salad, a cup of potato chips, and some dressing for dipping the pizza. Price was $6.25. Nothing over $10. They have wine and beer. Service is cafeteria style with real dishes and silverware.

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At her NYC chocolate shop Stick With Me Sweets, Susanna Yoon (formerly of Per Se) makes edible miniature works of art. These colorful, marbleized, portable chocolate domes are packed with the flavors and textures of some of Susanna’s favorite desserts, which include a kalamansi meringue pie, and the vero, a silver blue bonbon that houses a mix of sea salt caramel and crunchy pecan bits.

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Le Bernardin Yasuda Per Se. I agree with scoop that if you've been to French Laundry, you may want to try something else instead. Bouley -- It's been a while since I've been to Bouley (over one year), but I've read some negative reports about it lately.However, I liked it.

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My mother-in-law will be visiting and we'll be hitting some spots on 5th ave., Lord and Taylor,the library at 42nd, etc.Where can we lunch lightly, sandwhiches or salad,within a 10 block radius? Someone told me that Lord and Taylor actually had a nice cafe.There's an Au Bon Pain nearby, but I think she would like something a little more upscale.

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I used to live a block away from Cafe Lalo, and it was always a nice dependable place. Even after I moved out of the neighborhood, I would still stop by - until that usually crowded evening when we found mold on the bottom of my friend's slice of cake. Now I only drag myself there when friends visit and want to see that cafe from "You've Got Mail".

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I've only had Tim H's in Canada (numerous times in different provinces as my ex was a HUGE fan) and thought they were on par with Dunkin Donuts, perhaps a bit better, but not much so. I think it's a beloved Canadian institution -- therefore all the excitement with Tim Hortons opening up in Manhattans. Personally, I'm not a huge doughnut fan.

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Random recollection--I was in the Commander's Palace restroom one January and my friend, who was unfamiliar with the whole King Cake tradition, found a frosting-encrusted plastic baby by the sinks. Needless to say, she was very confused, even after I explained it to her. I had a mail-order King Cake a few years ago; I think it was from Gambino's.

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Pretty much everything was up for sampling, even in the parking lot. I got a free tote bag, after spending $40. Make sure you sample stuff from the bakery. They will sample out ANYTHING. I really enjoyed this Italian torta with potatoes and egg. There are 3 kinds. Also, I not too far from the Santa Monica store, and that too is my favorite.

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Hey, About a year ago, in the Dining In/Dining Out section there was a piece detailing a writer's quest to make an all-day, elaborate, old-fashioned lasagna.

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Madeleine aka La Maison du Macaron or whatever it is they are calling themselves these days definitely has their macarons at fridge temperature.-----La Maison du Macaron 132 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011

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BUT-if you go to Union Pacific and you like wine, bring your rich uncle or a duffle bag stuffed with cash. Three bottles of wine, a cocktail each and a couple of glasses of dessert wine brought the $65 prix-fixe to $150 a head. it's not just that the list is high-end, it's that it is seriously overpriced. My one example

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Martino's, a Cuban restaurant in Somerville (NJ) serves delicious tres leches cake, very rich and succulent. I went there for my birthday last year by special request and a table of about 10 people shared one large serving of the cake.

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Read the Workday lunches discussion from the Chowhound Restaurants, Manhattan food community. Join the discussion today. ... Evan Sep 15, 2003 04:40 PM Some nearby suggestions, Chipotle's on 44th btw 3rd and Lex, Grand Central Dining Concourse, burgers at Wollensky's Grill. Some nearby suggestions, Chipotle's on 44th btw 3rd and Lex, Grand ...

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I went last night and it was a magnificent experience from start to finish. Chef Lomonaco's warm, gracious manner exudes in every aspect, from the decor to the service to the far-from-precious portions of delightful food.

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Sarah Jenkins, most recently of Porchetta fame, recreates my childhood memories of John's of Bleecker Street's Platonic chunks of ground fennel sausage and garlic pizza while fitting a round pie into a square pan reminiscent of Adrienne's pizza bar but better. Formerly Solex Wine Bar, now Pizzeria Veloce.

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Hungarian Pastry Shop 1030 Amsterdam Ave (between 110th and 111th) 1-9 to 110th/Cathedral Parkway Morningside Heights 212-866-4230 Monday-Friday 7:30am-11:30pm

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The link in the previous post didn't work for me. Here's a link to the home page of the site which should work. Click "The Maven's Diary" on the left side of the page, then refer to the previous entries on the Diary page for the King Cake description and source. Also, today's entry features a source for great canned San Marzano tomatoes.

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Thanks to an earlier recommendation on this board, my wife and I checked out Crif Dogs (St. Marks between 1st & A) last night, and had some of the tastiest hot dogs we'd ever eaten. The basic Crif Dog is smoked and deep fried. You can also order a "New Yorker", all beef and grilled until crispy on the outside. I highly recommend the Chili Dog.

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Manhattan is home to some of the best food in the world, from haute cuisine at Per Se to cheap street food like soft pretzels and hot dogs, and classic bites like bagels and black-and-white cookies. And Chowhounds have tried it all. Get the best tips on where (and what) to eat, and share your own! Follow the Discussion.

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Hello All -- I'm going to cookshop on Sunday evening. I did a quick search on this board and didn't see much traffic recently. There were a lot of gripes about service about a year ago (or more), but not much in the way of opinions on their current menu.

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Though it still is a mystery as to exactly what it in it.....2nd AVE Deli (on 33rd ST btw' Lexington and 3rd AVE)has fabulous kishka. I took some slices home and heated them in a very hot oven for 10 minutes, turning to brown the tops - so they were beautifulyy crispy - oh my, orgasmic!!

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The branch of Tal Bagels that replaced Ess-a on First Avenue and 21st Street opened today. The scene was sort of ridiculous but the bagels were fresh and quite good. Smaller and, I reckon, better than Ess-a's were. Now (at the very least until Essa reopens) the best bagels on this extremely bagel heavy zone.

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Cheap near 64th and CPW. New to Chowhound? Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. Log In Sign Up. vinegarhill | Jun 26, 2008 12:28 PM 1. Hi. I'm going to see John Waters at the Society for Ethical Culture on 64th and Central Park West.

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