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Old Feb 28th, 2010, 01:09 PM
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New York City Restaurants - Near Hilton Garden Inn New York

We are leaving for New York City shortly and wanted to know if anyone had some good ideas for restaurants near the area we are staying (Hilton Garden Inn New York/West 35th Street - 63 West 35th Street, New York, New York, USA 10001). Any ideas?

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Old Feb 28th, 2010, 05:03 PM
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There are many Korean restaurants south of 34th Street.

Also look for recent topics on restaurants near Madison Square Garden and the Empire State Building. There is a paucity of good eating in that area.
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That is not a great for restaurants - except for little Korea. If you give us an idea of what types of food you like/dislike and what your budget is people can make more specific recos.
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As Manhattan goes, that is a horrible area for dining.

An exception is the Breslin, which recently opened on W. 29th Street and is very hot. www.thebreslin.com

Another resource: www.menupages.com
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Agree it's not an area known for great restaurant choices so you might do some exploring south into Chelsea or east into Murray Hill. But in addtion to the options you've gotten, Mandoo Bar is a Korean dumpling place nearby that's good. Ayza is a wine bar that's cute. http://www.ayzanyc.com/ Campanile is an Italian that gets good reviews http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/campanile/ as does Mario's Trattoria. http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/marios-trattoria/

Artisanal is a popular French brasserie known for their cheeses (fondue and yummy mac and cheese and not bad for steak). They have some good value prix fixe meals. http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/artisanal/
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It's a big city, explore. Go to meatpacking, Soho west village or Tribeca; great restaurants and people watching.
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Ironman seems to be topping a lot of old posts.
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So what?

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