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post #31 of 39
Barbuto is awesome.
post #32 of 39
Locanda Verde

And if they really want to sneak pics when they're not supposed to...Waverly Inn.
post #33 of 39
rooftop sounds like hell now considering the last couple days. thinking about going to becco tonight. anyone been there before?
post #34 of 39
Thread Starter 
hey, follow up: all 1.5 weeks of planning went to **** when i started listening to a woman

ended up with no rez, and walking in to my fallback Tao only to realize how much of a cluster it is on weekends. (too clubby.)

hopped a cab to flatiron and went to Tamarind on the rec of my colleague. this saved the day as the food was excellent, affordable, and well suited to my audience's diet constraints. our waiter was terrible, but overall great experience.
post #35 of 39
What's wrong w/ Tao? I loved that place when I lived in NY...

To the OP, you could try Nobu next door, not a bad place.
post #36 of 39
get some of dat dollar pizza on the street
post #37 of 39
I'm carefully tracking this thread so I know exactly which restaurants to stay the hell away from.
post #38 of 39
For trendy with actual good food, try the Dutch
post #39 of 39
the Dutch does have some excellent food. I don't know about the trendy factor since I was there twice within a week of its opening where everything is trendy, but despite some opening kinks the food was impressive and I'd recommend it to others. The biscuits alone are worth it.
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