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  1. I was hesitant to start a new topic just for a negative viewpoint, but seeing as how Joe Allen's is so widely known... Joe Allen's is what it needs to be - they have a bar, they serve food, they have a good location, and they are 'famous' among New York theatre-goers. I've eaten here a number of times over the years, largely due to my wife's sense of nostalgia. The most recent experience, from last weekend, mirrors most others. 3 out of the 5 mussels I tried from my appetizer were spat out for being foul. The side of roasted brussels sprouts was both burnt and undercooked at the same ti
  2. I'm gonna jam some culture, shopping and food down the kids throat. We'll be staying at Chambers (they have rooms with two queen beds) near MoMa for 2 nights after Thanksgiving. Looking for restaurants south of Central Park and north of Chinatown. Thinking about Le Coucou, The Grill, Mimi and Beatrice Inn. What's the best Italian (Marea is already booked)?
  3. MrB and I will be spending a long weekend in NYC in July. We used to go to NY fairly frequently, but haven't been in a number of years, so we're not up-to-date on restaurants. Looking for dinner, lunch and brunch suggestions for casual places as opposed to fancy. Preference for restaurants that take reservations. We'll be staying in Midtown. Would appreciate your suggestions. Thanks!
  4. I have no knowledge of this restaurant, other than from this review which was just brought to my attention. About 1/3 of the way through the review, I made a mental note to go back and count the number of question marks after I finished reading it. About 1/2 way through, I began skimming, dying to get to the end. Then, when it came time to click on Page 2, I realized I was reading the New York Times. Honestly, I thought I was reading the experimental work of an amateur blogger - someone playing for the very first time with the use of question marks as a rhetorical tactic.
  5. We are seeing Hamilton the day after Thanksgiving at the matinee. I do not expect us to be stuffed from the night before. In fact, I expect us to be hungry and a bit deprived. Looking for a really good lunch close to the Richard Rodgers (46th and Broadway.) Going with Mr. BLB and BL-5th grader so it can't be too fancy (mostly for the adult, not the boy...) Had thought about db Bistro Moderne but open to other suggestions. Thanks!
  6. Pretty much says it all...looking for a really good classic NYC Italian joint...veal parm, clams oreganato, stuff like that. Any suggestions? --- Trattoria Trecolori (JLK) Becco (Rieux)
  7. Becco was pretty good (not amazing, but solid) the last time I was there (which was several years ago). It is mobbed pre-theater, and then pretty empty while everyone is at their shows.
  8. Heading to NY in November with my wife to see Kinky Boots. I am pretty sure we want to eat in the 530 time frame for an 8pm show as opposed to eating later then 10pm. Esca comes to mind as close by to both the show and our hotel. Any other recommendations would be appreciated before I jump on reservation next week (30 days in advance). I've ruled out Craft and Grammercy Tavern as we really want to be in walking distance and close by show if possible. Recs for Sunday Brunch would be great as well. We'll probably walk the Highline and willing to go fairly far for a good brunch.
  9. Took little man up for a two day jaunt to Manhattan; thought it was time he explore the wonders of the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty, and of course, take in a Broadway show. Needing sustenance before the show, a quick interweb search yielded this gem: City Kitchen. Like Chelsea or Gotham markets, but more conveniently located at 700 8th Avenue at 44th Street, its front was very unobtrusive, a small wooden sign hung above regular glass door. Once upstairs, though, you find masses of people, trying to plan out their meal from appetizers to dessert, fighting to find precious cubic
  10. This has become a regular stop for us in NYC, or at least on the last 4 visits. It is a branch of a chain of two restaurants in Roppongi executed in much the same style here though larger and with the addition of sushi. Our visit last year happened to be when they were having a special event to introduce Ten Qoo farm raised bluefin tuna. The tuna then was amazing in quality and the special tuna cutting ceremony impressed our then 3 yr old daughter enough that this is now her favorite restaurant. The other theatre that they do is a nightly mochi pounding though usually too late for our kids' b
  11. Hi All, I'm taking my mom to NYC for weekend trip and would love to take her to a really nice Italian restaurant. She has nostalgia for an excellent Italian restaurant in the theatre/broadway district that we went to back in 1992. Mom has never forgotten it but I think the restaurant is no longer there (based on some initial research, I assume it's the now closed Mama Leone's). It was her life-changing moment on Italian food. Is there something similar or better? I don't know where we're staying at, but presumably somewhere in Manhattan. Thanks for your help!
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