New York Restaurants
The original Bobby Vans Steakhouse
25 Broad Street
Simple and fresh French-Moroccan food, great spot for people watching
242 Mott Street (& Prince Street)
Excellent Cuban and Mexican food, try the famous corn on the cob.
17 Prince Street
Homespun American restaurant at the end of the a quaint, nondescript Lower East Side alley
191 Chrystie Street - End of Freeman Alley
Maze of rooms connected in the basement of the historic India Club to form two facets of Harry's boisterous cafe on Stone Street and a classic chophouse in a former wine cellar off Pearl Street.
1 Hanover Square
Dark and dungeon-esque Mexican restaurant hidden underneath a simple unpretentious Mexican cafe. Try to get a reservation downstairs
114 Kenmare Street
Casual, energetic, and affordable neighborhood Italian tavern in TriBeca.
377 Greenwich Street
The first pizza place to open in Manhattan
32 Spring Street
Jean-Georges Vongerchten reveals how a few ingredients can create flavors that are lucid and compelling
99 Prince Street
Wondrously original South American-flecked Asian creations from superstar Nobu Matsuhisa
105 Hudson Street
Here in the elegant grandeur of the historic Equitable Building, savor a Kona Crusted Dry Aged Sirloin or fresh Citrus Glazed Salmon while sipping an acclaimed wine from one of the most extensive cellars in Lower Manhattan.