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Le Bernardin New York City Restaurant

Le Bernardin

Indulge your senses at this staple of New York City dining. Sautéed calamari filled with sweet prawns and shiitake mushroom; bread crusted red snapper with marinated heirloom tomatoes and basil scented tomato consomme; crispy black bass with braised celery and parsnip custard in a iberco ham-green peppercorn sauce – these are just a few of the highlights from Le Bernardin's exemplary menu.
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Carnegie Deli reuben New York City Restaurant

Carnegie Deli

If you're feeling the need for a little New York deli action, you can't go wrong with the famous Carnegie Deli.  For the uninitiated, try one of the "Carnegie Gargantuan Combos,"  with the "Ah, There's the Reuben" one of our personal favorites.  Be prepared to take home leftovers.
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Lombardi's Pizza New York City Restaurant

Lombardi's Pizza

It hold title as America's first pizzeria, and over a century later, Lombardi's still doesn't dissapoint.  There's no such thing as bad pizza, but we like to start with Gennaro's original pizza ( fresh mozzarella, a San Marzano tomato sauce and topped with Romano and fresh basil), add in some homemad meatballs and Rose Grande pepperoni, and top it all off with extra Pecorino Romano.
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Masa sushi restaurant New York City


For a sushi experience unlike any other in New York, chef Masa Takayama offers an exorbitant plethora of Japanese cuisine.  Prix fixe menus ranging from $400-$600 and boasting five appetizers, a sushi entrée featuring fifteen to twenty types of seafood flown in directly from Japan and a final desert course await you in this intimate 26-seat self proclaimed "zen-like sushi temple."
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Peter Luger Steak House New York City Restaurant

Peter Luger Steak House

Peter Luger Steak House has been serving up steaks since 1887, and regardless of your tastes, no list of New York City steak houses is complete without mention of this historic establishment.  Your best bet:  round up three of your steak-loving friends and indulge in the USDA Prime Steak for Four, throw in some creamed spinach and a few baked oversized potatos, and top it all off with a serving of Apple Strudel.
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