New York, NY
Love this sushi spot; beautiful room with increibly fresh and well sliced fish: uni, toro and the fresh water eel were amazing!
New York, NY
The beers are cheap here and the TVs are loud but they make a great burger. For $5 it comes with cheese, pickle, lettuce, tomato and fries.
217 E 49th St, New York
I come here enjoy very much with husband. Remind me of home. Great survice
511 Lexington Ave, Fl 2, New York
I am not a foodie and am one of those people who always play it "safe" when I eat out by ordering the same thing.
I absolutely loved this experience. I sat down, poured a beer,…
236 E 53 St, New York
My wife, youngest son, and myself just got into NY today and we had already planned on having dinner at the Peking Duck House........I ate there for the first time several years…
1327 Third Avenue, New York
A slick and swanky corporate sake bar. Snobs may sniff at it, but there's a big selection and the food is good.
245 E 55th St, New York
Neighborhood bar. Regular crowd for lunch. Nice people usually sit at the bar. The guy to girl ratio is about 10 to 1 during the day....and 5 to 1 at night.
Most of the…
211 E 43rd St, New York
I know that people come here for the food, but to me that's crazy. This is possibly the greatest sake bar in the city, if not the country, and the only purpose for the (admittedly…
1008 2nd Ave, New York
One of the most romantic places to take your date in all of Manahatta. We rec the duck.
209 E 49th St, New York
I have been to this restaurant twice. The first time was for a restaurant week man, many moons ago. I went again a few weeks ago for an department lunch. I had the EMPANADAS DE…
251 E 52nd St, New York
Well, o.k., being the world traveler, living in numerous cities internationally and being the fact that I'm a native new yorker,... "You Can Not Get Over On Me...!!!!"
Sparks Steak House. Immense, archetypal, and of matchless New York cred (this was after all the site of the famous Paul Castellano hit that made John Gotti) Sparks is the steakhouse of choice for native New Yorkers with a sense of history. The beef is prime but not dry-aged, which is more than OK with me.… read more
The Carriage House. If you ever find yourself in midtown searching for a place to chill out after a long day of exploring the exhausting city... stop in here and take a load off. It's one of the few bars in this neighborhood that feels like home... for everyone.… read more