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One of the popular restaurants in New York, Delmonico’s is renowned as the first restaurant in the United States. It has been serving customers in this amazing city for more than 160 years. Today New York City has more than 18,000 eating establishments and yet new ones are setting operations every day. The city boasts of restaurants catering to every human need. The restaurants here offer a wide variety of cuisines, ethnic cuisines, pizza, steak, sushi, hot dogs and fusion more about New York City Restaurants

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Gascogne: If you can't make it out to Paris, make sure you can find your way to this charming French bistro in the city's Chelsea district. With French-speaking waiters, indoor/outdoor seating and culinary indulgences, this place can make you forget you're in NYC! The escargots and foie gras are always a pleaser! Gascogne is located on Eighth Ave. (Between 17th & 18th Streets).

B-Bar and Grill (formerly Bowery Bar): A popular summertime setting with indoor/outdoor ambiance, B-Bar is great for summer drinks and dinner on the patio. The place is known to draw A-listers and occasional celebrities. The grill offers delicious appetizers and the calamari & popcorn shrimp are always a great choice! B Bar is located on East 4th & Bowery.

Per Se: You'll go running down the streets in glee after dining here (located at 10 Columbus Circle, between 58th and 59th Sts.). With a French-New American menu that changes daily, this pricey culinary experience is a worthwhile treat for your senses (the dishes are as delicious as they are colorful). Whatever you do, begin your meal with the "Oysters and Pears" and make sure you save enough room for the "Coffee and Doughnuts" dessert.

Il Mulino:This is the epitome of an Old New York hangout, the restaurant boasts some of the best Italian food you'll ever eat. Located in the West Village (on 86 W. Third St., between Sullivan & Thompson and near NYU), the place is small, crowded & quite loud, but the food makes it all worth while. Bring your appetite (portions are big enough to feed a small country) and your more

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Trailer Park Lounge: Located at 23rd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues) this place is an ode to an old trailer park - screen door, unmatched vinyl chairs, velvet pictures of Elvis, Marilyn and more. This is the place to be if you want good comfort food (try the sweet potato fries, tator tots and mac n' cheese) and big potent drinks (the margaritas are the size of your head!) after a hellish day with the boss. With its kitschy decor, Trailer Park is a great place - sans pretension or attitude.

Dive 75: A dimly lit watering hole with four TV's, 19 beers on tap, a free Wi-Fi connection, a 155-gallon fish tank, board games up the kazoo (Uno, Monopoly, Connect Four) and friendly waiters that make you feel like home - who needs anything else? Dive 75 (located at 101 W. 75th St. - between Columbus and Amsterdam Aves.) is no dive at all!.

BLVD: If you want a lounge, a dance-floor and food under one roof - this is the place that delivers all three (and with class). Located on Bowery (at Spring Street) BLVD is a mega one-stop shop that you can check out for a pre-dinner drink or to spend the entire evening. Great for a first date and when you're not sure where the night is going to take you (no need for an "emergency phone call from a friend") - its easy to get lost in the crowd in this tri-level more

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Jean Georges: Located at 1 Central Park West, Jean Georges is a culinary delight. The restaurant offers Asian-accented French cooking with unique combinations such as: sea scallops in caper-raisin emulsion with caramelized cauliflower. There are also two seven-course tasting menus are available - a seasonal menu showcasing fresh produce and the Jean-Georges menu of signature dishes. In addition, there are incredible desserts and an extensive wine list.

Le Bernardin: Located at 155 West, Le Bernardin offers wonderful French food. Diners can choose such dishes as sea urchin, fluke seviche, wild striped bass in bouillabaisse broth, whole red snapper baked in rosemary-and-thyme crus, and more. It is a great dining experience for those who have a few hundred dollars to spend for two people.

Restaurant Daniel: Located at 60 East 65th Street, Restaurant Daniel features contemporary seasonal French cuisine. The restaurant has neoclassical architecture with charming modern furnishings. It also offers an elegant bar and lounge. The food is incredible, particularly the Paupiette of sea bass in a crisp potato shell and the braised short ribs.

Mercer Kitchen: Located at 99 Prince Street, Mercer Kitchen is a trendy restaurant in SoHo. It features a subterranean power-bar, lounge, and restaurant. The dining area stretches to the early century brick walls and then out under the sidewalk vault allowing diners to view foot traffic walking across the roof through glass bubbles in the floor-ceiling. The White Chocolate Martinis and Kumquat Mojitos are extremely popular as well as the brick-oven pizzas.

Opia: At Renaissance Hotel 57 on 130 E. 57th St., 2nd fl., Opia's 4,000 square foot interior space is incredible. It has 6 arched windows and 11 foot high ceilings. Opia is a great place to dine with comfortable couch areas. The restaurant offers a scrumptious menu, sushi menu, and more