The Untapped Guide to Hell’s Kitchen

The Untapped Guide to Hell’s Kitchen

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Today its real estate prices are skyrocketing, new construction projects are constantly underway, and trendy, tourist-friendly bars and restaurants are popping up on almost every corner.

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    If you do happen to pass by when the dispenser is inside, make your way past the bear and into the gallery. Its myriad of seemingly random rules – only 3 people allowed in at a time, 10 minutes per visit, no direct eye contact, “call your mother”
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    The sign above directs you: “Pick the soup you want! Have your money ready! Move to the extreme left after ordering!"
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    It has the rustic old-world charm of a World War-era Cuban bar, with elements of New York modernity and exposed brick. All of which take a back seat to its famous empanadas, delivered to your table in individual paper bags.
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    It houses unique gifts and decor for the childish, immature, and overly sarcastic, and for anyone with a great sense of humor, titles like “100 Reasons to Panic About Having a Baby” and “Farts Around the World” grace its shelves
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    The building has seen at least two deaths, and as such, has inevitably has accumulated some ghost stories. The most famous involved a Confederate Civil War veteran getting knifed in bar fight.
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