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Informal NYC restaurants.

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Hi all. My wife and I will be visiting NYC during the Christmas season to see the window displays, Christmas tree, and all that is Christmas in the city.

We would like to eat in some good neighborhood restaurants...not anything fancy with small plates and decorated food.

We are looking for places that serve a good meal for a reasonable price. By reasonable I mean $100.00 for both of us with a drink or two included

As an example, every time I see the movie "Moonstruck", I want to eat in the little Italian restaurant (called the Grand Ticino in the movie...I think). Or, the type of place where the mafia stages a massacre while they're eating pasta.

Those are the type places I'm looking for.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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