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Fig & Olive Uptown
808 Lexington Ave
2 of 5 stars
Posted 20 Oct 2013
For the last evening of this year's New York holiday we went to Fig & Olive Uptown as it was near wh...
Supper
156 E 2nd St.
4 of 5 stars
Posted 6 Oct 2013
Four of us dined at "Supper" in August. After four prosecchi (impersonal service) in the adjacent ba...
Felix Cafe
340 W Broadway
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Oct 2013
After a few hours exploring SoHo we looked for a bar to put up our feet and have a dinkie. Passing F...
SoHo
South of Houston Street
4 of 5 stars
Posted 9 Sep 2013
Back to SoHo just to stroll around and admire the architecture. The cast-iron buildings have really ...
I Trulli
122 E 27th St
5 of 5 stars
Posted 9 Sep 2013
I reviewed this restaurant in August of last year, voting it the best of all we had tried during our...
Grand Central Terminal
89 E 42nd Street
5 of 5 stars
Posted 8 Sep 2013
It's the interior of this building that's the real knock-out. The main hall is vast but not heavy or...
El Quinto Pino
401 W 24th St Apt W
3 of 5 stars
Posted 8 Sep 2013
I gave a 5-stqr review for my first visit here. Although we were in NY for a short holiday, we were ...
Bryant Park
4 of 5 stars
Posted 7 Sep 2013
We came across this park by accident. Lovely. Small enough to be intimate, large enough to have a se...
Eataly
200 Fifth Ave
5 of 5 stars
Posted 7 Sep 2013
My first impressions were so negative that I wanted to leave. It was like being in a vast, busy rail...
Bar Boulud
1900 Broadway
3 of 5 stars
Posted 6 Sep 2013
After a concert in the Lincoln Centre we went here for a light supper. No table immediately availabl...
St. Paul's Chapel
209 Broadway
3 of 5 stars
Posted 25 Aug 2013
I loved the church and churchyard - intimate, on a very human scale. But inside it was a noisy touri...
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
The David RubenStein Atrium
3 of 5 stars
Posted 25 Aug 2013
A very impressive conglomeration of buildings for various performing arts - opera, ballet, theatre, ...