Dinner and a show at most hotels and casinos is going to be an expensive night. But, if you’re hoping to not spend quite so much, head to Q Bistro, where you can follow fried chicken with karaoke next door. A regular order comes with six to eight pieces and is $12, plus you can pick from five different sauces (the soy garlic is our favorite). Just bring that one friend who always talks about having been in All-County chorus in the fourth grade and you’ll barely be able to tell the difference between them and Celine.
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Sweets Raku isn’t your usual dessert spot, come for the Chef’s Special dessert set with some of the most intricate desserts you’ll find in the city.
Whether you go with one of the tasting menu options or pick French dishes a la carte, dinner at Partage in Chinatown will be memorable.
Lamaii is one of our new favorite places to eat spicy Thai food, especially since the Chinatown spot looks like a chandelier store.
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Best Friend can only be described as “LA-meets-Korea-meets Vegas” so head here with a big group and stop for a slushie in the bodega out front.
When you want a reliably fantastic place to have a really big night with a group of friends, head to Momofuku in the Cosmopolitan.
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