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Need your experience to plan a 'Foodcation' to NYC

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Spending 4 days in October visiting NYC for the first time. Staying with a friend in Long Island and planning to spend 4 full days in Manhattan. We are planning on doing the Chelsea Market tour one day and using freetoursbyfoot.com to eat least do a walking tour in the Village to knock a few places out at once.

We enjoy eating everything a place is know for when we travel, so we are looking for food recs for the following neighborhoods. (bonus points for secret restaurants and/or food trucks)

East Village
West Village
Chinatown
Little Italy
Soho
Tribeca
Flatiron District
Gramercy Park
Hell's Kitchen

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