15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Manhattan

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Manhattan

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When it comes to eating in Manhattan, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    While dinner & brunch are perennially packed, Buvette is the perfect place to stop for a mid-afternoon or late-evening bite and aperitif. Unless you are part of a group of four, ask to sit at the bar. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Chef April Bloomfield holds her own and then some at New York's top gastropub. Arguably the best restaurant burger in New York is served here, and the gnudi needs no introduction. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Popular midday dishes include the peppered chicken on arugula ($19); marinated sea bass with asparagus on a salad ($19); and the pasta with black pepper, egg and guanciale, cured pig jowl ($15). -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    Don't let the homey atmosphere fool you; make a reservation at least a week in advance. Popular lunch items include include the turkey sandwich, cheeseburger, and the whole wheat pizzas. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    Beautiful underground Mexican restaurant and tequila bar hidden underneath the kitchen area of a Mexican fast food-looking joint. One of my favorite restaurants in NYC! -Francine, The Real L Word -- Showtime Network via Foursquare
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    High ceiling, long communal table. You must do it family style so you can try lots of dishes. They are ALL good, especially the edamame dumplings! -Julie Kwon, Launch My Line -- Bravo via Foursquare
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    Dude, it's Momofuku Ssam—arguably chef David Chang's best work, and certainly his most varied. A recent kitchen restaffing brings fresh life to the menu. Order the buttermilk. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Look out for luminaries of the financial, film, and TV industries at this casual Italian restaurant. The most popular dishes are "My Grandmothers' Ravioli" and the slow-cooked lamb sandwich, both $16. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    Andrew Carmellini's Soho restaurant is basically a steakhouse, a craft cocktail bar, a seafood parlor, and a casual new american bistro all rolled into one. The Dutch also has a great brunch menu. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    We love seasonal sweets like the spicy-crusted linzer tart; but all year, you'll find one of the best coconut cakes in NYC; extra-buttery scones; and mini vanilla, caramel, or chocolate profiteroles. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Beef ribs, pulled pork, and beans with burnt ends all excel at Hugh Mangum's modern-looking barbecue joint. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    The brunch menu includes many of the standout dishes from the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. You can get a foie gras terrine, salads, soups, omelettes, steak frites, and tripes Bourguignon. -- Eater via Foursquare
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