I just came back from Rutgers and my friends introduced me to the grease trucks. Delicious. Is there any equivalent here in Manhattan?
My best friend and I have birthdays that are separated by ten days. Our plan is to eat (at least) a slice of cake on each day between our birthdays. We want to try cake at a different place each day. Please recommend your favorite places to purchase cake, preferably in a slice-ular form (and recommend a type of cake or two!). We are looking for anything in Manhattan, or anything in the boroughs that is less than 20-30 min. outside of Manhattan, and can be reached easily by subway/bus. Thanks!
My roommate and I are going out for dinner this Friday night. We want to try some place new (we are tired of eating at the same places all the time), and we would prefer it to be in the Village (West or East, we're not too picky) area. We are looking for something relatively inexpensive and delicious, with a nice atmosphere. We don't go out often - and we aren't looking for a sports-bar-kind-of scene (unless it's really worth it). Cuisine doesn't matter - in fact, if you can provide several different types, that would be great!
Also, I feel like I am always asking about restaurants here. Can anyone recommend a good website that has user reviews for restaurants in New York City?
Thanks so much!
My boyfriend and I are planning to have brunch on the Sunday after Valentine's Day, and I would like to pick some place that will be especially tasty.
I am looking for something moderately priced. I live in the West 50's, but don't mind traveling if it's not too far. Cuisine is not an issue, but nothing too outrageous - the boyfriend isn't keen on crazy food items.
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