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Top 5 to visit while in New York

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  • Categories: Night Life,  Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Thai

    60 Thompson Street New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 219 2000
    60 Thompson Street in the South Village is home to Kittichai, one of the cities most outstanding Thai food venues. Boasting stunning décor, excellent service and equally impressive Thai cuisine makes this an easy choice for Thai foodie fans. The fine dining at Kittichai starts with appetizers such as the exceptional chicken in green curry and a memorable eggplant and basil. Mains include dishes su ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:American (New), Seafood

    210 Spring St. New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 274 0505
    Aquagrill makes for a well favored weekend brunch break however reservations are recommended because space is short. Think of it as brunch and a show, because when the oyster shucker gets busy behind the bar this rollicking hot spot comes to life. Falafel-encrusted salmon is the heavenly creation of chef-owner Jeremy Marshall, and it makes life difficult to contemplate ever eating a naked pink sal ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Italian

    218 Lafayette St (between Kenmare St & Spring St) New York NY 10012
    (212) 965-8777
    Osteria Morini graces patrons with fresh, homemade pasta in a lively environment. To start, try their octopus appetizer with polenta or the sweetbread appetizer. Both are rich and tasty. Each pasta dish is fresh and delicious. Surprisingly, the brussel sprouts are quite good as well. Osteria Morini truly is one of the better Italian restaurants in New York.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:American (Traditional), Seafood

    97 Sullivan Street (between Prince St & Spring St) New York NY 10012
    212.274.0404
    A pupu platter, foie gras terrine, paella basquez, sweet and spicy catfish and flamboyantly fresh raw seafood are all part of the menu at Blue Ribbon Brasserie. Mostly however there is not much monotony or cadence to this chefs menu. He follows the freshness at fair prices and passes this on to his patrons. This popular late night dining spot is frequented by what appears to be a very merry crowd, ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Italian

    463 West Broadway New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 254 8699
    I Tre Merli is a romantic restaurant in NY that is an ideal date spot. Unlike other upscale Italian restaurants, I Tre Merli is without pretense despite having some of the best cuisine and dining experiences in town. First of all, their wine list is huge. As for the food, the penne a la vodka and the focaccia bread with olive oil are absolute musts.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:American (New), Vegetarian/Vegan

    62 Spring Street (Corner of Layfayette Street) New York City NY
    +1 212 966 0290
    One of the best choices for an organic and healthy meal is at Spring Street Natural Restaurant. Even for a restaurant the specializes in organic food, the selection on the menu is impressive. You'll find a good mix of healthy and meat centric dishes. One of the better dishes on the menu is the sesame crusted yellowfin tuna steak with wasabi mashed potatoes, baby bok choy and crispy leeks. All of ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Seafood

    142 Mercer Street New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 431 7676
    Lure Fishbar is a great place for seafood in NYC. The ambiance of this restaurant is polished and elegant without any pretense. The neat thing about Lure Fishbar is that in simulates as if you are in a yacht with the submerged architecture of the venue. Some dishes to highlight at Lure Fishbar are the Lobster roll, Eggs Benedict with crab cakes, and the excellent fish tacos.
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:French

    80 Spring Street (between Broadway and Crosby Streets) New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 965 1785
    Balthazar was recently graced with a visit from Katie Holmes, spending quality mother-daughter time with Suri. If you happen to be inside Balthazar and the shutters are unexpectedly pulled down to keep out prying paparazzi, you are probably in company with a celebrity or two. Balthazar is Keith McNally's masterpiece. Remember the last time you strolled the Boulevard St-Germain? This brasserie fare ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Japanese, Japanese Sushi

    119 Sullivan Street (between Prince and Spring streets) New York City NY 10012
    +1 212 343 0404
    This sushi hot spot is a critics pick and the latest offering from Eric and Bruce Bromberg – brother restaurateurs. It has a clubby intimate feel, and is a teak paneled, warmly lit room off the lobby of the theatre districts', Thompson Hotels’ 6 Columbus. They offer skillfully spiced sashimi, a choice of superlatively fresh sushi with a hamachi tataki which stands out from the crowd. This windowle ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Middle Eastern

    1076 1st Avenue (Between 58th & 59th) New York City NY 10022
    +1 212 505 0005
    Casa La Femme is an intimate, charming, and romantic Middle Eastern restaurant in New York. The restaurant itself is beautiful and has a sexy ambiance and resembles something you'd see in the Sex and the City movie sequel. You'll find pure white tents available for those looking to enjoy their prix fixe menu with some intimacy. At the bar, you'll have the opportunity to kick off your shoes and wal ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Korean BBQ

    148 Mercer St (between Houston St & Prince St) New York NY 10012
    (212) 925-8200
    Are you afraid to brave the cultural divide between Western and Korean dining? Woo Lae Oak may just be the bridge across this divide between Little Korea and NYC. You will be assured of assertively authentic flavor together with a certain style which may not normally be evident in the typical Korean restaurant. BBQ is meant to be fun and Woo Lae Oak offers ample choice in this regard - bulgogi, bi ... read more >
  • Categories: Restaurants

    Neighborhood: SoHo

    Cuisine:Seafood

    222 Lafayette St New York NY 10079
    (212) 343-3236
    Ed’s Lobster Bar is a hot spot and one of the latest takes on the lobster shacks of New England, with chalk board to match and white marble counters. It is a niche dining experience and it is no big surprise to find that Ed McFarland – chef /owner was a sous-chef at Pearl Oyster Bar. It's reason for existence may be that its lobster roll exceeds all expectations, so if you are looking for lobster, ... read more >

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