268 6th Ave
(btw. Houston and Bleeker)
|The eggplant Parmesan is absolutely delicious and the garlic, olive oil sauted spinach is the some of the best in Manhattan. This is an original Italian Trattoria.|
398 W. Broadway
(btw. Broome & Spring)
|Upscale pleasant surroundings, nice people and terrific food.|
97 Sullivan St.
(b/w Prince & Spring)
|You might wait but it's worth it. Excellent sushi.|
|Chez es Saada
42 E. 1st St
(btw. 1st & 2nd Ave)
|French Moroccan. Belly dancers, good food and a sexy restaurant. One of the best cocktail menus in the city. A first rate, first date place. The Try the Lobster saute it's light and tasty.|
119 1st Ave. 212.477.9506
|Korean home cooking with a hip-hop atmosphere. The best home cooking south of the 38th Parallel.|
245 E. 84th St.
(btw 2nd & 3rd)
|Fabulous home made pastas. This is a must try for pasta lovers. The atmosphere is romantic and easy.|
417 Lafayette St.
(btw Astor Place & 4th St.)
|A meat lovers heaven. There is a prix fixe all you can eat variety of meat entrees where the waiters don't stop until you say so.|
137 Ludlow St.
(btw Rivington & Stanton )
|French South American with a great raw bar.
The swanky swinging live music makes for a nice time.
328 Lenox Ave
(btw 126th & 127th )
|Uptown soul food delight. Fattening but a must try. Make the journey and expand your horizons you won't regret it The atmosphere is charming and quaint. Don't forget to take home some of Sylvia's hot sauce.|
122 E. 17th St.
|There is a price you pay some of the best sushi and it isn't just monetary. The food is unbelievable.|
92 W. Houston St.
|The place is crowded and the lines are tremendous at times but it's well worth it|
Bars & Lounges
252 E. 51st St.
(b/w 2nd & 3rd Ave)
|Nice roof bar, great sofas and lot's of beautiful people. Blond bombshell Tiffany pours a mean Martini and free advice if you don't mind the attitude.|
62 Thomas St.
(b/w Church St. & W. Bdway)
|"You can meet the man of your life there."|
176 7th Ave
(b/w 20th & 21st )
|Low lit, red walls and ceiling. French style ambiance.This is the secret of the city if you're looking for a cozy bar to kick and back and have a drink with friends. They have a beautiful patio which is open in the summer for private parties. Don't be surprised to see up and comings hanging out at the bar or playing a game of chess with the manager.|
94 W. Houston St.
|A perfect lounge. Very comfortable with a diverse crowd. A nice happy hour crowd flocks when they host art openings.|
|2 Seven 7
277 Church St.
(b/w White & Franklin)
|The most intimate lounges. Great for birthday parties reminiscent of the lounge in Clock Work Orange.|
34 Downing St
(corner of Bedford & downing
1block West of 6th Ave).
|Drag cabaret performances that are so much fun you might find yourself singing on the stage with a very eccentric person.|
245 W. Broadway
|Cabaret style vaudevillian acts are light hearted skits that are pretty funny if nothing else.|