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Old 12-08-2011, 03:00 PM
 
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We're headed to NYC for the holidays. We'll be there during the week. What are some good restaurants to eat at that wouldn't break the bank but aren't fast food either. Ideas? We're staying in downtown Manhattan.
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There is a pizza place that is under the Brooklyn Bridge... it starts with a G...it is so good... Giradella or something...
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i love dinosaur bbq
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Just last week Anthony Bourdein's new show Layover did a show about New York. He showed quite a few neat places to eat that were affordable. You might be able to catch a replay of it before you go.
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Tony's Italian Restaurant. It's in the theatre district. Excellent family style dishes and very inexpensive!


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Unfortunately-most of the restaurants in NYC are overpriced. Good, but overpriced.

Carmine's is well known for it's family style, reasonably priced food.

Most restuarants have menus posted by the doors. IF they don't-BEWARE and ask to see a menu. My poor sister...who is a fellow New Yorker made the mistake of sitting and ordering in a $$$ rest. A bowl of pasta for her and her boyfriend and 2 glasess of water- 100 bucks. WHAT?!? That better have been some good pasta!
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Great ideas - just what I was looking for. I will remember the advice about the menu being posted. We're only splurging 1 night - our anniversary!! but we're still trying to stretch our dollars. If I eat everywhere you all suggested, I'll have to buy 2 seats to get home!!
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