I'm graduating from grad school on Tuesday morning (!) and trying to figure out where to eat lunch for 4 people. Somewhere on the east side of Manhattan is probably easiest. I am looking for somewhere nice, but not too expensive (places with 3-course lunch menus are cool though). I am hoping to go somewhere that feels special and will be relaxing - they won't push us out quickly. Any ideas/recommendations? Thanks!!!!!
Hello! I am trying to think up a good place for a casual birthday gathering (for myself). I am really just looking for a fairly inexpensive place that possibly has a separate room or area for a larger group. I have a feeling I won't know exactly how many people are coming until the last minute, so I don't really want to have to go somewhere that requires a strict # of people for a table, etc. Any ideas?
Hi! I work in a weird area between Tribeca/Soho/West Village on Hudson Street between King and Charleton, just South of Houston Street. I am having major trouble finding good luck spots! There are some fast food chains and a handful of delis, but the only real options seem to be a long-ish walk away on Bleeker street. Anyone been in my shoes before, or have ideas for some good lunch ideas in this area? I usually bring food from home, but some days there's just not time...
I have a bottle of agave nectar that I think may be pretty old. Like...maybe from 2005. Should I toss it? I can't find an expiration date on the bottle. What do you all think?
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