New York guidebooks list so many restaurants it's almost impossible to know where to begin. I've been to many restaurants in New York, but listed only my top ten favorites below - the places I feel compelled to visit time after time because the food is so good and the scene is great.
Daniel: 60 East 65th St (Midtown)
One of the fanciest restaurants in town serving modern French food. Both the service and food are impeccable. Daniel sells his own Caviar and Smoked Salmon. One of the finest wine cellars in town.
Danube: 30 Hudson St @ Duane (Tribeca)
Austrian and modern seasonal fare. Order the slow smoked salmon 24 hours in advance. Wine parings, especially with the tasting menus are excellent.
Asiate: 80 Columbus Circle @ 60th (Midtown)
Asiate is the hottest table in town right now. If you're lucky enough to score a reservation (call one month in advance), you'll travel up to the 35th floor where you'll enjoy a spectacular view and food that's both new and deeply respectful of it's Japanese roots. Duck Confit in Peking Duck broth was especially delicious.
Honmura An: 170 Mercer Street (212) 334-5253 (Soho)
A Japanese oasis in the middle of NY specializing in homemade soba noodles and also offering a small selection of sushi.
Blue Ribbon: 97 Sullivan St (212) 334-5253 (Soho)
Simple good food. Chef's hangout after midnight! The Raw bar is a special feature, but everything is delicious. Open to 4am
Balthazar: 80 Spring St (212) 965-1414 (Soho)
Beautiful brunches and dinners in a relaxed environment that seems to draw everyone who is anyone in NY. The food is comforting French bistro style fare with every dish executed perfectly. For a quick bite, the bakery next door is a great stop. Star sightings
Barney Greengrass: 541 Amsterdam Ave (212) 724-4707 (Upper West Side)
Worth the trek up to the upper west side. Possibly the best smoked salmon you will ever taste. Bagels are among the best in the city.
Tia Pol 205 Tenth Ave. (Chelsea) between 22nd and 23rd Sts
Hands down the best tapas this side of the Atlantic. This small Chelsea restaurant is a great place to stop in for a bite while you're browsing the galleries. Don't be afraid to try the chorizo with chocolate... it's magical. This is a great place to stop in if you need a bite before catching your cruise boat.
Totonnos (Coney Island): 1524 Neptune Avenue (Coney Island)
By far the best pizza in NY - a recipe perfected over generations
Katz Deli: 205 E Houston St (212) 254-2246 (Lower East Side)
Skip Carnegie and Stage - and head to LES for the real thing. The pastrami glistens when cut.
City Bakery: 3 W 18th St (212) 366-1414 (Midtown)
A perfect place to grab breakfast, lunch or a snack. Creative sandwiches, salads and cookies. Everything is self serve. which makes it quick and easy to grab a bite.
New York Limo
Want to arrive in style? Traveling with a large group of friends or family. Visiting a number of sights in a short period of time? A limo may be the most efficient and cost effective way for you to see New York.
Limos are price competitive with Taxis - and sometimes work out cheaper because you don't pay extra for traffic and never have to worry about paying extra for going on an indirect route or making multiple stops.
New York Taxi
Taxis are best for three or four people or for short distances especially going uptown or downtown (cross town traffic can be difficult)
New York Subway
Subway fare is $2. One day, one week and one month passes are also available. The subway is the best way to travel long distances and is most cost effective if you have only one or two people
New York Bus
Some people prefer the bus to the subway because they are above ground and can see the sights.
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