If you need a glass of wine in Little Italy, but you aren’t into tourist traps, come here. It’s a good place for a classy date or a hang with your parents - and if anyone gets hungry, there’s a menu with plenty of French food. It’s also cozy and looks like a really nice living room.
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Two Hands is a coffee shop and cafe in Little Italy full of very nice and very good looking Australians. But yeah, you’re there for a latte. Sure.
A seafood restaurant from the people behind The Meatball Shop, Seamore’s is healthy, reasonably priced, and a good time. No wonder it’s always packed.
We eat our fair share of pho, and have to say that Pho Bang satisfies like no other. There aren’t many things better in this world than a huge bowl of oxtail broth with noodles and fixins – and this one is super flavorful and perfectly rich.
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Frenchette is an upscale French bistro in Tribeca. Think of it as an updated version of The Odeon or Balthazar.
The best way for us to give you the lowdown on this place is to explain that it's really two different experiences: the bar, and the dining room. One is a three course, prixe fixe fine dining experience, the other sleek, more relaxed, often features some Action at the Bar. If you're going, go big and eat in the dining room.
Time after time, Per Se proves to be one of New York's most iconic and impressive restaurants. However, it has some serious service issues we'd like to address.
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Aria Wine Bar
Aria in the West Village is a picture-perfect, cozy little room, ideal for a first date experience that may end up with you making out in the street.
Racines is a really good place to drink wine, but this Tribeca restaurant is a really bad spot to eat food.
Jack's Wife Freda
A good spot for your weekend brunch rotation, but don't rely on it for dinner. Jack's Wife Freda does not get better when the sun goes down.
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