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Back Page Bar - New York City Buffalo Wings
New York City Sports Bar renowned for award winning Buffalo Wings, voted best sports bar, and private party room in Manhattan's Upper West Side.

Chelsea Market
Visit New York City’s Chelsea Market, the one stop, culinary food shop and gourmet lover’s wholesale-retail wonder world.

oh! Raku it’s Japanese & Sushi
Good friends, good food, good drinks is what oh! Raku is known to be all about. This New York Japanese & Sushi restaurant is the highest rated sushi spot in all of NYC by Citysearch.com, with a 9.7 rating. Offers signature offerings - white tuna, white dragon roll & the 'famous' white milky sake.

SARGE's Deli
SARGE's Deli offers great value and generous portions of fantastic Corned Beef and Pastrami sandwiches and other New York style deli delights, such as stuffed cabbage, chopped liver, pirogies, noodle kugel, kreplach and knishes. New York Magazine says Sarge's latkes are #1 the city and the Village Voice voted Sarge's corned beef hash as the "BEST of New York 2003". Visit sargesdeli.com and check it out. Sarge's is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
548 3rd Ave • Tel  877.SARGES1 or 212.679.0442

Sushi A-Go-Go
Owned by noted chef and restaurateur David Ruggerio, Sush-A-Go-Go features a large menu of traditional sashimi and sushi rolls, a variety of inventive house specialty rolls, many cooked items such as yakkitori skewers and a fine selection of wines by the bottle and the glass. Diners are sure to enjoy the Mod 60's atmosphere and decor and the convenient West Side location opposite the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
1900 Broadway • Tel 212.724.7340

21 Club
This New York landmark is still renowned for it's fine American cuisine, extensive wine cellar, and excellent service.  As with any fine New York restaurant, reservations are highly recommended.
21 West 52nd Avenue • Tel 212.582.1400 • http://www.21club.com

Broadway Joe Steakhouse
Located just three blocks from Times Square, this steakhouse serves large portions of straight-forward, American fare. Its a very tourist friendly establishment that has group rates and seating available.
315 West 46th Street • Tel 212.246.6513 • http://www.broadwayjoesteakhouse.com

Daniel
Daniel is one of the best French restaurants in New York if not the entire nation.  Daniel Bouled, former executive chef of Le Cirque, has set out to create the best French restaurant in America and by most accounts has succeeded admirably. Those not accustomed to upscale New York dining may experience some sticker shock as the eight course tasting menu is $140 per person without wine. Such prices aren't keeping diners away; advanced reservations are required.
60 East 65th Street • Tel 212.288.0033 • www.danielnyc.com

Le Cirque 2000
Known as much for it's French inpired cuisine at its opulent technicolor decor, Le Cirque 2000 is still considered one of the definitive New York dining experiences. The entire menu is considered stellar by the difficult to impress East Side elite. Be sure to save room for the dessert course--pastry Chef Jacques Torres is considered one of the best in the world.
455 Madison Avenue • Tel 212.303.7788 • http://www.lecirque.com

Lenox Room
Located on Manhattan's upper Eastside, this restaurant serves fine New American cuisine in an atmosphere of casual elegance.  A good option for those seeking fine food but intimidated by formal dining.
1278 Third Avenue • Tel 212.772.0404 • http://www.lenoxroom.com

Maxim's
This elegant French restaurant serves with the style and grace of it's sister restaurant in Paris. Rooms may be reserved by those hosting meetings or private parties.
680 Madison Avenue • Tel 212.751.5111 • http://www.maxims-de-paris.com/nyc/index.html

Papaya King
With multiple locations, this local New York City chain specializes in hot dogs and fruit juice. Get a traditional New York dog (pronounced doo-ug) with all of the fixings and counteract the nutritional damage with some fresh fruit drinks.
Tel 212.228.0248 • http://www.papayaking.com

Sardi's
Better known for its star-studded clientele and portraits, its food is often overlooked.  Enjoy the amusing caricatures and the fine Italian fare at moderate prices.
234 West 44th Street • Tel 212.221.8440 • http://www.sardis.com/htmldocs

Tavern on the Green
This landmark restaurant, which has been featured in movies and old coffee commercials, is as well-known for its gardens as it is for its fine dining.  A dinner entree will cost between $20 to $40 depending on if you prefer chicken or lobster.  Reservations are recommended and group events can be scheduled.
Central Park at West 67th Street • Tel 212.873.3200 • http://www.tavernonthegreen.com

Tribeca Grill
Co-owned by Robert Deniro, this Meditteranean eatery is well known for it's celebrity clientele. The cuisine deserves attention as well and is considered good fare for the money. A typical entree will cost between $20 to $30.
375 Greenwich St • Tel 212.941.3900 • myriadrestaurantgroup.com/Restaurants/tribecaGrill/