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Winnie Su on Valerie New York City
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Valerie New York City
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Great food and service!!!

Danny Grandez
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Momofuku Ko
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This place is amazing!

Magnolia Bakery
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Their sweets are fantastic! Sometimes there are long lines but that's because they're so good!

Maggie Jones
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The Odeon Restaurant
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Great breakfast food for reasonable prices with vegan options available! Nice atmosphere in a cute area of Lower Manhattan - definitely recommend!

Pros: Location & prices!

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Friendly & attentive service + AMAZING food! Make a res if you plan to go during hot times but overall, highly recommend!

Pros: Table bread - trust me!

Jillian Conway on The Smith
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The Smith
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The Smith has some of the best mac and cheese in the city! I would eat there anytime and get the same thing every time!

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Delmonico's Restaurant
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Beautiful nice place. All meal was well cooked , Best ribeye steak you can get anywhere.

Gunbae Tribeca
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Overall great Korean food. Side dishes are included,Cool atmosphere. Highly recommend.

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Offside Tavern NYC
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One of the best bars in the West Village! Definitely a great bar to grab a drink in New York

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I have never tried the food but this is definitely one of the best bars in New York. Fairly close to NYU, this bar is perfect for college patrons

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Jacob's Pickles
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Went for brunch and enjoyed the honey chicken and pickles biscuit very much. The Collards are probably the best I've ever had and I've spent a LOT of time in the south.

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Great lobster rolls and crab cakes. The tacos on Tuesdays are stellar.

212Area has new update 17 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 5/21/19
Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, Jets fans! I hope everyone’s having a great start to their day. With all the rumors that have gone flying around regarding the GM job, I think the best approach is just to wait and see. I don’t really think the Jets will hire someone anytime soon, but I’ve been wrong before. Adam Gase has clarified that he was not responsible for Maccagnan’s release, though I’m not sure if anyone’s believing that. The team let go of another Maccagnan failure, and Gase managed to bring in a former player of his to compete for the Punter position. So, with that said let’s get the ball rolling this Tuesday. Darryl Slater - Jets’ GM search, Day 5: What to know about search for Mike Maccagnan’s replacement | Where does Christopher Johnson go from here? Matt Stypulkoski - Jets’ GM search: Joe Douglas is current frontrunner? Pros, cons of hiring Eagles’ exec Mike Rosenstein - Jets GM search: NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah still waiting for phone to ring Matt Stypulkoski - Peyton Manning rumors dead as Jets’ GM search heats up? What’s next for process, top candidates? Ryan Dunleavy - Peyton Manning as Jets GM? Here is what Giants QB Eli Manning said about idea Danny Abriano - With whispers of Jets pursuing Peyton Manning, NFL GM 'not a job he seems to want' Darryl Slater - Jets’ Adam Gase breaks silence, says he had nothing to do with GM Mike Maccagnan being fired in ‘power struggle’ Ralph Vacchiano - Jets coach Adam Gase weighs in on Mike Maccagnan firing for first time Brian Costello - Adam Gase says he's not to blame for Jets' Maccagnan firing Rich Cimini - Jets' Gase disputes power struggle with fired GM Mike Rosenstein - ’You can’t get any more wrong than Mike Francesa': WFAN host trashed by Michael Lombardi after Jets fire GM Mike Maccagnan Peter King - Why the New York Jets deserve the controversy, dysfunction surrounding them Eric Allen - Jets HC Adam Gase: 'I'm Going to Coach the Team' Ralph Vacchiano - Why the Jets trading Le'Veon Bell is a wacky idea that won't happen NBC Sports - Why New York Jets won't trade Le'Veon Bell after signing him Tyler Calvaruso - Jets OG Kelechi Osemele looking forward to blocking for Le’Veon Bell SNY - Jets sign punter Matt Darr to 90-man roster Eric Allen - Jets Sign Veteran Punter Matt Darr Matt Stypulkoski - Jets waive Jordan Leggett | What it means for TE situation, Mike Maccagnan’s draft legacy NY Post - Jets' Adam Gase ousts tight end Jordan Leggett SNY - Jets waive TE Jordan Leggett in Adam Gase's latest move - Jets Waive 3rd-Year TE Jordan Leggett Eric Allen - Seven Things to Watch for During Jets OTAs Sam Nuemann - 4 Jets to keep an eye on during Mandatory OTAs Spencer Aber - Todd Bowles pushed for Leonard Williams to be extended Ethan Greenberg - Adam Gase: Jets C Jonotthan Harrison Has Done a ‘Great’ Job Mike Kaye - NFL free agency: Who are best remaining players on open market? Gerald McCoy, Eric Berry, Ndamukong Suh, more Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, make sure to check it out! I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
212Area has new update 17 hours ago Giants news, 5/21: Janoris Jenkins embracing leadership role, more
Let’s check the headlines one day after the first OTA Good morning, New York Giants fans! Jackrabbit is last man standing Dave Gettleman has moved on from most of the big-name players who were on the Giants’ roster when he became GM in December of 2017. Cornerback Janoris Jenkins is an exception. In typical Jackrabbit fashion, Jenkins on Monday didn’t seem concerned or surprised by that. “I’m excited for those guys, wherever they went. You have to understand business is business. As far as me, I’m just here to play football,” Jenkins said. ““I really wasn’t worried about where I would be. I just knew that I’d be on somebody’s team, and whoever it was, I’m going to be Jackrabbit.” Jenkins said he had an “up and down” 2018 season, partially due to entering the season nursing an injury. He said this year he feels “110 percent” and will “for sure” re-emerge as one of the league’s top cornerbacks. Jenkins said he is “embracing” his role as veteran leader of the cornerback group. “Just lead by example. Go out, work hard, compete on the ball and finish, and just come out to work every day,” Jenkins said. Shurmur lauds Jabrill Peppers’ pass coverage Jabrill Peppers has Landon Collins’ old job at strong safety with the Giants. He has Collins old uniform number 21. He even looks like Collins from a distance, like from the patio of the Giants’ training facility out onto the practice field a hundred or so yards away. Peppers had an active first day of OTAs on Monday that included an interception ad some work returning punts. “He is the kind of guy that if you don’t know him, I always admired his style of play. Super competitive, loves football and communicates really well,” coach Pat Shurmur said.” He is really good in coverage. He got his hand on a ball and almost got his hand on two more. He is out there and you can see he is excited about playing football. When you guys in the lineup like that, it rubs off on other guys.” More headlines Giants can’t hesitate when Daniel Jones passes Eli Manning Giants news: Saquon Barkley says Eagles’ Miles Sanders this year’s best rookie RB Tampa Bay Buccaneers part ways with DT Gerald McCoy NFL and players’ union to study potential use of marijuana for pain management - The Washington Post Report: Reuben Foster has torn ACL – ProFootballTalk BBV Mailbag Have questions about the Giants? E-mail them to, and the best ones will be answered in an upcoming mailbag. Thanks! BBV Podcast You can find and subscribe to Big Blue View radio from the show’s home page. You can find all the shows on our Big Blue View Radio Hub Page. You can also find the shows and subscribe on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS
212Area has new update 18 hours ago Tuesday open thread
Here’s your Tuesday open thread! Last night’s game was something else! Never count these Yankees out. They will prove you wrong. It was good of the offense to pick up J.A. Happ, but it would be nice to see him to get straightened out. Hopefully that will be the case during his next outing. Tonight they’ll send Domingo German to the mound opposite of David Hess at 7:05 ET. Entertain yourselves in the open thread in the meantime! Fun Questions Which of the Yankees’ 29 wins this year has been your favorite? How many more home runs will Gleyber Torres and Gary Sanchez hit this series?
212Area has new update 23 hours ago NYY News: The Last Dump
Gary Sanchez is amazing and you need to know that; Sir Didi Gregorius is recovering well; Giancarlo Stanton hits a dinger during his rehab; Delta is doing the Yankees no favors | Bryan Hoch: Okay, this isn’t really news, as odds are you just watched it happen. I don’t care. I want you to click this link. I want you to watch the video of Gary Sanchez hitting that go-ahead dinger. Look at where the ball is right before the Kraken socks it into the left field seats. I want you to appreciate the talent it takes to hit that ball as hard as Gary did. I want you to enjoy Ken Singleton’s call. I want you to understand that the Orioles missed an easy pop-up catch which led to this three-run dong. Savor it. That’s baseball. Thank you for indulging my fluff. Now, onto the news. | Bryan Hoch: Didi Gregorius is the world’s best human. I’ve missed seeing him in pinstripes. Sir Didi stated that he would be back in June, even when the Yankees’ initial assessment was around August or so. Thus far, it looks like our beloved knight might be correct. Sir Didi took significant steps in his recover yesterday, including fielding some play at SS and getting a couple of hits. He did have a throwing error, but I think he’s allowed that while healing. Get well soon, Sir Didi. | Dawn Klemish: Giancarlo Stanton is also on the mend. To be fair, most of the Yankees are. There’s still no official timetable for Giancarlo’s return to the Bronx, but he did hit a dinger while rehabbing with the Tampa Tarpons. That’s encouraging. Stanton is eager to rejoin the Yankees and help the team continue with their winning ways. Newsday | Erik Boland: You know, maybe the Yankees should just own their own airline company. Delta has been doing the Yankees no favors lately, as they’ve had charter plane issues with them. They had to take a bus, the plane of the road, down to Baltimore. A bus. Do they have charter trains? They should. Next time, just fly Air Steinbrenner. I still love this image so much. Pinstripe Alley | Greg Kirkland: On a personal note, this will be my last link dump. If you click on that link, it will take you to YouTube and a song will play for you. It’s a classic nod to the old Song of the Day things we use to do. Since it’s my last one, I thought I’d bring it back for one last time. Next week, I will write my last article at Pinstripe Alley. I have no idea what it will be, but knowing myself like I do, it will most likely be a sanctimonious rant. It’s what I do.

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Bricco Ristorante Italiano

304 W 56th St , New York NY, 10019
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The 13th Step Bar & Grill

149 2nd Ave , New York NY, 10003
Wednesday 8pm Til Close
1/2 Price Drafts, Bottles, Tall Boys and $4 Shots

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Social Bar & Lounge

795 8th Ave , New York NY, 10019
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$6 Ithaca IPA, Modelo, House Red, and White Wine
$7 Social Sangria, Prosecco, Stoli Blueberry Mule

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327 West 57th St. , New York NY, 10019
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Happy Hour Specials Monday - Friday 11am - 7pm
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