Walking into Moishes is like being transported back to the glory days of the steakhouse. At 80 years old, this place is an institution and the rumor that founder Moishe Lighter won the restaurant in a card game only adds to its charm. It’s pretty family-friendly on the earlier side and turns into a pre-clubbing destination for groups thanks to a late night prix-fixe menu ($29 for an appetizer and entree). Get the classics like their Monte Carlo potato, verenikas, chopped liver, and plenty of steak.
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