Bars & Clubs in Lenox Hill, NY


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The Plaza

The Plaza

New York, NY

The Plaza is famous, and rightly so. The historic New York landmark features gorgeous interior design, a plethora of food and luxury shopping, and a lovely afternoon tea at The Palm Court restaurant featuring a choice of pastries, scones, sandwiches and chocolate fondue.

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Bars & Clubs in Lenox Hill, NY
The Pembroke Room

The Pembroke Room

28 E 63rd St, New York


I had lunch last week at the The Lowell Hotel - Pembroke Room and was very impressed. The service and food was excellent. I would tell my friends to visit the The Lowell Hotel -…
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Daniel

Daniel

60 E 65th St, New York


Daniel is a hard restaurant to characterize. It's probably the standard by which all Michelin 3-star food in New York is judged, when service, atmosphere, wine, and everything else…
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Wollman Rink

Wollman Rink

830 5th Avenue, New York


Drove in from Pennsylvania...rink closed due to a kids party...I'm thinking closings should be mentioned somewhere on the site. It was very disappointing .
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Sherry Netherland

Sherry Netherland

781 Fifth Avenue, New York


The SceneAdmittedly, this hotel, steeped as it is in old-world elegance, can seem a tad haughty. The lobby is modeled after the Vatican library; it's lavish with hand-loomed rugs,…
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The Plaza

The Plaza

768 5th Ave, New York


The Plaza is famous, and rightly so. The historic New York landmark features gorgeous interior design, a plethora of food and luxury shopping, and a lovely afternoon tea at The…
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Club Macanudo

Club Macanudo

26 E 63rd St, New York


From the prices, to the staff, it is INSULTING! 1. Price: You will pay an average of $25 for a single cigar (which you must buy one), $15 - $20 for a drink and then about $40…
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SUBWAY Inn INC

SUBWAY Inn INC

143 E 60th St, New York


Just an absolute rathole, filthy and teeming with end-of-the-road drunks with one foot on a barstool and one in potter's field. New York used to have a million of these, but…
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O'Flanagans

O'Flanagans

1215 1st Ave, New York


A group of my friends went down to see a friends cover band called Goldilocks a couple weeks ago and had a blast. The bartenders were friendly and the the band rocked! We will…
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Felice Wine Bar

Felice Wine Bar

1166 1st Avenue, New York


Manager Matt is the rudest person I've ever encountered
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Pop Art Bar & Restaurant

Pop Art Bar & Restaurant

345 E 62nd St, New York


Some girlfriends and i had a night out and decided to start off here for some drinks and food. We were asked to wait by the bar while they set up our table - there were only 5 of…
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The Plaza. The Plaza is famous, and rightly so. The historic New York landmark features gorgeous interior design, a plethora of food and luxury shopping, and a lovely afternoon tea at The Palm Court restaurant featuring a choice of pastries, scones, sandwiches and chocolate fondue. … read more


Daniel. Daniel is a hard restaurant to characterize. It's probably the standard by which all Michelin 3-star food in New York is judged, when service, atmosphere, wine, and everything else is taken into account. The food is precise, globalist, and executed with the very utmost extent of French technical skill. But from a purely culinary point of view, I always found it somewhat disappointing. When they do the kind of glorified Lyonnais or country French food Daniel Boulud does better than anybody else, the place is unbeatable; but too often I feel that there is no real point of view. Flavors and traditions jump from course to course, and you are left without a real sense of where the kitchen is coming from -- which is not to say the food isn't delicious. But it always seemed a little overconceived and perhaps a little overelaborate. That said, this is probably the ultimate New York restaurant experience.… read more