"East Village" restaurant

Old Apr 10th, 2003, 01:17 PM
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"East Village" restaurant

Need a suggestion for East Village restaurant for a Sunday brunch or lunch before a 3;00PM matinee in that are ..Has anyone seen "avenueq" ?
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Old Apr 10th, 2003, 01:33 PM
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Budget? Specific location of your matinee? Desired atmosphere? Dining companions? Sorry for the Qs, info on these items will make for a better recommendation.
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Old Apr 10th, 2003, 02:12 PM
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If Indian's your thing there are lots of places to choose from on 6th Street between 2nd and 1st Avenues. Mitali (on 6th) is very good, and Royal (on 1st Ave. @ 6th) can be too.

You could try the 2nd Avenue Deli for big sandwiches. 10th is the cross street, I think.

There's also a Polish restaurant on 2nd Ave. and 9th, called Veselka that's very good.

Benny's Burritos (Ave. A & 6th) is around there and that's good too. Cash only.

There's Holy Basil for Thai (2nd Avenue b/w 9th and 10th).

There's Mecca for Southern food (Ave. A & 2nd St.).

There's Two Boots for pasta/pizza with a Louisiana flair (Ave. A & 3rd St.)

Veniero's for coffee & pastries (1st Avenue & 11th Street).

I eaten at them all and can vouch for every one.

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Avenue Q is an adult puppet show. It is hilarious. You will have a ball. The theater is actually closer to Union
Square or Gramercy than the East Village. 15th Street I think? On 18th & Park you could try either Park Avalon or City Crab. Both have music with their Brunch.
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Old Apr 22nd, 2003, 12:56 PM
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Ellen ...you were right...Avenueq was a wonderful theatre experience and i am stll smiling when i think about it .We ended up eating at Zen Palate and it was perfect for a "before matinee" lunch .Thanks to all who answered my request......Saw "I Love You ..You`re Perfect..Now Change" another fun show
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Mama's Food Place on Avenue B and East 3rd is really good...
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Old Apr 22nd, 2003, 01:13 PM
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A good restaurant in the area is Lan, which is on 3rd at 11th St. It's a short walk to the theatre from there and then a MUST is Veniero's after theatre for coffee and pateries. It is one of the BEST pastery shops in the city. on 11th and 1st Ave.

Have a great time.
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