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Eats and drinks

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Eats and drinks

Staying in New york for 3 nights in august on final leg of honeymoon, staying in Fitzpatrick grand central..

Looking for advice on some decent bars / pubs to frequent at night and some good spots to get breakfast, lunch, dinner also?

Many thanks in advance.

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1. Re: Eats and drinks

There are literally THOUSANDS of places to eat in in New York City. Without a bit more information from you, this is impossible to answer.

Price ranges, likes, dislikes. is $100 per person for dinner ok? Is that with or without alcohol and 15-20% tip? Do you want pizza? burgers? sushi? Vegan fare? Sitdown dinner with a waiter? Picnic in the Park? Food truck? For breakfast are you looking for omelets or pancakes or will a muffin and coffee suffice? And so on and so on ...

Why not start by taking a look at MenuPages.Com or yelp.com or chowhound.com for some ideas, or just skim some trip reports to see where others ate or stopped for a beer?

Edited: 4:43 pm, July 03, 2013
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The hotel is in a business area so while there are plenty of Irish pubs nearby (including one IN the hotel) you might prefer heading to more residential areas for evenings. For breakfast, Scotty's diner and Pershing Square which is a step up from a diner are good options. There's also Juniors inside Grand Central (famous for their cheesecake but also serves other things. Blooms deli and Sarge's are also not far.


will give you details of addresses, reviews and menus. Look in the east 40's for other options. For evenings, I'd suggest heading down to the lower east side, Tribeca, Soho and the village. Have a look at poster Ziggy's blog about food


Midtown east is the area closest to the hotel.

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