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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Au Bon Marche 7e ©bonmarche.fr Classic, and so chic, left bank department store designed by Gustav Eiffel and opened in 1852. sevres babylone 22 rue de Sevres 01 44 39 80 00 Click here to see Au Bon Marche on … Continue reading
Le Fogon 6e ©fogon.fr The multiple takes on paella receive high marks and the tapas offerings are popular as well, served in a chic dining space done in soft purples and neutrals. saint michel 45 quai des Grands Augustins 01 … Continue reading
Crema Restaurante Chelsea source:istockphoto Cuisine from across the regions of Mexico displayed in a more formal, flawless manner. Original artwork, warm lighting, and sangria create an intimate setting. 18th Street 111 W 17th St, New York, NY (212) 691-4477 Click … Continue reading
The French Quarters Midtown West ©frenchquartersny.c om An immaculate little boutique, mixing old New Orleans and modern New York loft with ornate wrought iron and exposed brick. A hopping in-house bar can get noisy. 50th Street 346 W 46th St, … Continue reading
Ile Saint-Louis 4e source:istockphoto The other island in Paris, chiefly high end residential with restaurants, shops, and hotels, retains a delightful village ambiance for residents and visitors. pont marie Click here to see Ile Saint-Louis on yogoguide's interactive map! reactions:noteworthy (0) … Continue reading
Malatesta Trattoria West Village source:bigstockphoto A casual, unassuming little spot with craft paper table cloths and rough wood furnishings where locals enjoy tasty, traditional fare with fresh tomato sauce. Christopher Street-Sheridan Square 649 Washington St, New York, NY (212) 741-1207 … Continue reading
Il Buco East Village source:istockphoto A fun, cluttered rustic atmosphere with every table uniquely shaped and decorated. The cuisine is an inviting Mediterranean blend, served mostly tapas style. Bleecker Street 47 Bond St, New York, NY (212) 533-1932 Click here … Continue reading
Han Bat Garment District source:istockphoto Authentic food draws crowds, mostly Koreans, to this simple diner. Not for the faint of heart, with items like “ox-knee” meat, but definitely worth a try. 34th Street-Herald Square 53 W 35th St, New York, … Continue reading
Uncle Jack's Steakhouse Garment District source:istockphoto A new Manhattan location for the longtime Queens establishment, serving some of the finest steaks in NYC. The space is massive, opulent, and gentlemanly. 34th Street-Penn Station 440 9th Ave, New York, NY (212) … Continue reading
Yakitori Totto Midtown West source:bigstockphoto Yakitori is a ubiquitous Japanese cuisine where everything comes on a stick, and this crowded, gleaming, modern spot sticks to the delicious tradition. 57th Street 251 W 55th St, New York, NY (212) 245-4555 Click … Continue reading