Go to Neptune Oyster and make sure you get some oysters to start and for entree, the lobster roll (hot) OR if you're on a tight budget get the Neptune burger. TRUST ME. Read more.
My favorite "nice" BBQ place in KC - all the meat is good, make sure to try the cheesy corn and the onion rings! Beautiful old train depot building, which makes it the best of 4 Jack Stack locales Read more.
For an extensive buffet that includes more than 300 dishes, this is a must-stop for the indecisive! If you have room for dessert, there are more than 70 pies and cakes to tempt you. Read more.
World-class performances aside, the Met boasts NYC's must stunning chandeliers. The 2009 restoration of the lobby's starbursts was underwritten by Swarovski -- so you know they're gonna sparkle. Read more.
This over-80-year-old establishment houses thousands of discounted new and used titles, rare books, and hard-to-find art and photography books. A total classic. [Racked 38 Member] Read more.
Try the Elvis, one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in New York. Peanut butter, bacon, banana, and honey on white toast - fit for the King. Read more.
Del Posto, a high-end Italian spot in NYC's trendy Meatpacking District, is serving Mario Batai's four-star cuisine in a palatial, yet comforting setting. Find more tips at FN Local. Read more.
Mario Batali's now-classic West Village townhouse restaurant where pastas and offal dishes may redefine what you think of Italian food Read more.
The old-fashioned pizza, basically a grandma (or "nonna") pie, is insanely great here. It's THE pizza to get, plain or topped. A riot of crust textures, crisp, chewy, springy-fried. Read more.
The plain slice here is not going to blow your mind, but it is miles above other pizzerias in the area. It's basically a quintessential NYC slice. They're thin and light. You'll need at least 2 slices Read more.
Go for the tuna melt, one of our 101 Best Sandwiches in New York. On rye, of course. Read more.
Pirates of Penzance is amazing! I highly reccommend it! Great to bring kids to also. :) Read more.
Red-White-and-You. After you see how our favorite seamstress lived, hear more of the story via the Once Upon A Nation Storytelling Bench outside. Read more.
Best BBQ in town. Pulled pork and brisket are winners, but you can't go wrong here. Good hushpuppies too. Go hungry and get the platter. Read more.
Go to Palace Kitchen and grab the burger. Chef grinds beef chuck in-house. It's ballsy as hell and it has an intense creamy dijonnaise for the crispiest fries. Perfect for after work with a beer. Read more.
Specialty hot dogs with crazy toppings, but you can also get a plain dog or make your own. Get the Deep Fried Danger Dog (wrapped in bacon and deep fried). Our order ranged from $5.75 to $6.85. Read more.
Eat a burger. Doesn't matter which one. Just eat a burger. Oh, and get a peanut bomb sent to your table. Read more.
At this beer-themed restaurant, Tiffany MacIssac's menu of sweet treats reads like the 7-Eleven snack aisle of our dreams—"Hostess" cupcake, oatmeal cream pie. Must order: cashew "Snickers" bar. Read more.
Try the specials. (The strawberry pancakes were awesome.) or try the Big Nasty Make sure to check in with host or hostess before standing in line. Parking could be an issue. Read more.
The tree is huge with limbs going everywhere. You have to see it in person to fully appreciate it. Finding could be tough, just have the right coordinates and trust the gps. Its free to check out Read more.
he Avenue of Oak was the best part of the place. You are not allow to take pictures or video of the inside Main House. Make about 2hrs available for this place. The tour lectures are redundant Read more.
Order the Tuna Tartare! To die for!!! And the Textures of Chocolate is an amazing dessert! Read more.
Kent Rathbun is an excellent creative and generous Chef! Love how he opens his home to serve groups. Wonderful art - the place, the food, the delivery. Read more.
Come to Alabama Jack’s for their famous conch fritters! Make sure to load on the mosquito repellant before heading to this unique dining experience, resting on a sunken barge in Key Largo. Read more.
Best Cocktails in Downtown, hands Down! The staff is very knowlegable of its high end collection of alcohols and prides itself on quality, very unique Drink selection, chill setting Read more.
Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Have a Star Burger and ask about Buck, the St. Bernard, the 297-pound mascot of the Shamrock Bar in West Yellowstone, Montana. Read more.
The BBQ-not fried-chicken & rib tips are great! The mashed potatoes & other sides are fair. New location allows for more parking & seating. I'm anxious to try the Bananas Foster for breakfast. Read more.