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  1. Saturday night, pouring rain, we ran across the street to the Gotham Market at The Ashland, a tony food hall located in the first floor of an upscale apartment building. Decor is all exposed bricks and industrial metal, pretty much what you would expect. The food hall has several food court style restaurants - place an order and receive a numbered table stand and the food is brought to you. Restaurants include Apizza Reginale, Bar Granger, Flip Bird, The Crabby Shack, Mason Jar, and a sit down branch of Boqueria. The pizza at Apizza was solid, about the level of Pete's Apizza in DC. B
  2. I will always credit Shimizu with helping me get my head straight when I was preparing to take the bar exam. No better way to calm nerves than a beautiful lunch chirashi presentation. And I try to stop by everytime I'm in the city. I didn't (and don't) know NY dining that well, and pretty much stumbled upon Shimizu by accident, but it's great sushi, 100% japanese staff, cozy and civilized.
  3. Hi all- Thank you for your advice and suggestions! I apologize for the delay in the write up.. parent/teacher conference week is a killer. So.. the blizzard kept our wanderings to Manhattan but I have one new place to put on the radar for DRers... Totto Ramen on 51st between 8th and 9th. We were looking for a hot dinner and found it on urbanspoon.. it was really great. A basement 20 seater where everyone who works there communicates in Japanese. 10 seats at tables, 10 at the bar next to 3 giant pots of broth and 3 large Japanese men assembling the bowls for all. We both had the chicken broth
  4. Lunch here last Saturday... The wife and I split the Tokyo shoyu and a cold ramen with a lemon/shio broth and poached shrimp. Top notch bowls of ramen. The broth on the shoyu was nicely porky, but not overly so. I think broth-wise, I may prefer Daikaya by a hair, but it would be close. Ivan really shines when it comes to noodles, though. The skinny, rye noodles in both bowls really took the noodle game to a whole new level. Wonderfully chewy in both hot and cold versions. The cold ramen was super-refreshing. Compared favorably to the cold citrus tsukemen I had the other day at Toki
  5. On a recent trip to NYC a local friend took me to one of those countless NYC restaurants you've never heard of and will never see in any guide book anywhere. From the street you can barely discern the doorway, let alone imagine that behind it lies a jewel box of a restaurant that serves surprisingly imaginative food, has a friendly and knowledgeable waitstaff, and will make you wish you lived here so you could hang out at the bar after work with the other locals who obviously visit this kitchen more often than the ones in their tiny NYC flats. The Ember Room touts itself as "progressive Th
  6. The initial Manhattan pizza recommendations from Jon focused on Motorino & Kesté. Today Ankur gave up Don Antonio – the newly opened collaboration of Roberto Caporuscio, from Kesté, and Antonio Sarita, his mentor from Naples’ Pizzeria Starita a Materdei. Based on Ankur’s enthusiastic rec [with an emphasis that Antonio would only be in NY for a few weeks] along with updates & videos from Slice, I’m pushing Don Antonio to the front the line for my upcoming NYC trek. Anyone been in the few weeks they’ve been open? Don Antonio 309 West 50th Street, New York NY 10019 (near Eighth Ave.;
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