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Bryan showed up one day to snake out our drain, and he never left. He’s an enigma wrapped in duck prosciutto, which is why he smells like duck prosciutto. Hobbies include skiing and fencing. His hobbies do not, however. He’s from Seattle, and if he could only eat one food for the rest of his life he’d be upset and confused. Bryan’s previous employers include Dr. Ian Bell DDS, The Gap, and Le Bernardin.
If you’re looking for all-you-can-eat hot pot near Chinatown, and Hometown Hotpot has a really long wait, 99 Favor Taste will get the job done.
Buddha Bodai is a kosher vegetarian spot in Chinatown. It’s useful for anyone who doesn’t eat meat, and it’s BYOB.
Hop Kee is a restaurant in a basement in Chinatown that’s been around since the 1960′s. Stop by for some late-night Cantonese-style crab.
Nha Trang Center is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for lunches, big groups, and casual dinners when you want a bowl of pho.
Royal Seafood is a big restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for dim sum. It’s a big room with lots of big round tables, and it gets busy at brunch.
August Gatherings is an upscale spot in Chinatown with a big menu of everything from foie gras to fish ball soup.
The 39 greatest restaurants in NYC’s Chinatown.
Casa Bocado is an upscale Mexican restaurant in Little Italy with good cocktails, decent food, and some nice sidewalk seating.
Pastis is a big French bistro in the Meatpacking District, and it’s one of the best places to eat in the area. Make a reservation, and order steak.
The NYC Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In NYC
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The best new restaurants in NYC.