Restaurants in New York
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Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich have come up with their own version of fast food—and it isn't pizza.
Located on the fringe of both Union Square and Irving Plaza (not to mention prime NYU territory), this local standby always seems to draw a crowd.
An easy going pub from the boozers behind The Village Pourhouse.
Established in 1864, this weathered haunt is the city’s oldest operating bar.
This easygoing Celtic-themed bar has less of a raging sports feel and more of an old New York vibe.
This cafe right off of Union Square serves everything from cold cereal to whole baby flounder.
Il Forno's offers pizza, pasta and more.
Gramercy Bagels hand rolls and bakes their bagels fresh everyday.