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      Keens SteakhouseJune 10, 2010
      Steakhouse
      • New York, United States

      In 1905, Lillie Langtry sued to be allowed access to the gents-only premises. Upon winning, she swept in and ordered the mutton chop. Follow her lead. Don't miss prime-rib hash and 200+ single malts.

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      SakaguraJune 10, 2010
      Sake Bar
      • New York, United States

      A taste of Tokyo is hidden in the basement of a Midtown East office building -- your friends will be impressed you found this place. Go for lunch and sake -- their platters are a multi-course steal.

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      Otto Enoteca PizzeriaJune 10, 2010
      Pizza
      • New York, United States

      Order some antipasti at Mario Batali's casual pizzeria while you wait on his thin-crusted creations. Runny yolk fans opt for the Pane Frattau -- a pie with a sunnyside-up egg in the center.

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      PorchettaJune 10, 2010
      Italian
      • New York, United States

      Pork lovers: eat Porchetta's porchetta. That is all.

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      HearthJune 10, 2010
      Italian
      • New York, United States

      Chef Marco Canora's Italian-influenced American fare is inventive, hospitable and homey -- complemented by one of the most creative wine lists in town.

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      Hill Country Barbecue MarketJune 10, 2010
      BBQ
      • New York, United States

      Boot scoot on over to Hill Country for some low and slow-smoked brisket, ribs and all the southern fixings. Save room for a PB & J cupcake. Everything's bigger in Texas so bring your appetite.

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      Lombardi's Coal Oven PizzaJune 10, 2010
      Pizza
      • New York, United States

      The nation's first pizzeria doesn't accept reservations, but their wood-oven pies are worth the wait.

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      Death + CompanyJune 10, 2010
      Cocktail
      • New York, United States

      Cocktails are to die for at this East Village bar. Drinks like the Joy Division and the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test sparkle amid the Gothic loveliness of this cocktail manor.

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      DegustationJune 10, 2010
      Tapas
      • New York, United States

      Skip a la carte and go for the tasting menu: a New York bargain at 5-courses for $55. The tiny restaurant seats diners at a counter around an open kitchen -- dinner and a show.

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      Torrisi Italian SpecialtiesJune 10, 2010
      Italian
      • New York, United States

      Italian-American classics to take-out or eat-in by two accomplished, contemporary chefs. Word has quickly spread about this 18 seat restaurant's chicken parm hero and turkey sandwich.

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      Blue HillJune 10, 2010
      American
      • New York, United States

      Dine like the First Couple at this lauded, lovely farm-to-table restaurant helmed by James Beard Award winning chef Dan Barber.

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      Grand Central Oyster BarJune 10, 2010
      Seafood
      • New York, United States

      This is old school New York. Nab a table in the cavernous, subterranean dining room or saloon or a seat at the curving lunch counter or raw bar and slurp down fresh oysters or a classic pan roast.

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      Katz's DelicatessenJune 10, 2010
      Sandwiches
      • New York, United States

      It's the quintessential New York deli -- as seen in When Harry Mat Sally. Order the classics: corned beef, pastrami or tongue with a Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray chaser.

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      Little OwlJune 10, 2010
      American
      • New York, United States

      This darling neighborhood restaurant is perfect for date night. Signature meatball sliders are a must, while a pork chop with butter beans and dandelion is close to porcine perfection.

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      Taïm Falafel and Smoothie BarJune 10, 2010
      Falafel
      • New York, United States

      Skip the ubiquitous street cart falafel and head to the West Village. Choose between red, green or harissa falafel flavors.

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      MareaJune 10, 2010
      Seafood
      • New York, United States

      Just named Best New Restaurant at the James Beard Awards so reservations may be tight. But, it's worth the fuss to order fusilli with red wine braised octopus and bone marrow and eat at the bar.

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      Momofuku Ssäm BarJune 10, 2010
      Asian
      • New York, United States

      Order the pork buns and stop by Milk Bar next door for a compost cookie, crack pie or one of the ever changing, always inventive soft-serve ice creams.

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      The Spotted PigJune 10, 2010
      Gastropub
      • New York, United States

      Devils on Horseback, chicken liver and a burger with Roquefort are a few of its gastropub offerings. A 2-hour wait is normal during peak time as is celeb-spotting in the witching hours.

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      Pearl Oyster BarJune 10, 2010
      Seafood
      • New York, United States

      Come for the lobster roll, stay for the blueberry pie. Impatient diners take note: they do not accept reservations.

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      Caracas Arepa BarJune 7, 2010
      Arepas
      • New York, United States

      For a taste of Venezuela, chomp into one of these stuffed corn-flour arepas. Feeling indecisive? Try the La Popular sampler of three different, traditional varieties. Read more

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