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Of the best sushi restaurants in New York, Sushi Nakazawa solidifies its place in the Top 3 not just in NY but all of America. Trio of Tuna pictured here.

Sushi Nakazawa- Best Sushi Restaurants in New York

Sushi Nakazawa New York One of the best sushi restaurants in New York, really in all of America, Sushi Nakazawa is as good as it gets outside of Japan. Helmed by proprietor and Chef Daisuke Nakazawa who will forever be linked to the legendary Jiro
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The Plaza Food Hall- Best Places To Eat New York

The Plaza Food Hall- Best Places To Eat New York

The Plaza Food Hall- Best Places to Eat New York When thinking of the best places to eat in any city in the Western hemisphere, you probably wouldn’t think of a food hall nor would you think of a hotel. Unless you’re in Asia where
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Via Quadronno- best Tiramisu in New York.

Via Quadronno- Best Coffee in New York

Via Quadronno- Best Coffee in New York  New York and Italy have always had a special relationship. Since the early 1900’s Italian immigrants steadily poured into New York, bringing their hopes and dreams for a better life along with Grandma’s recipes. As is the case with
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Serendipity 3

Serendipity 3- Best Restaurants in New York Serendipity- to make desirable discoveries by accident. It was over half a century ago when New York’s favorite café came to life and in all these years, Serendipity has evolved to become that place in the neighborhood where
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One of New York's best hotels, the Mandarin Oriental New York is where opulent luxury meets traditional Asian service.

Mandarin Oriental New York

Mandarin Oriental New York Mandarin Oriental is a reason in itself to visit New York, with its most enviable location overlooking Central Park and sumptuous luxury that few can match. Occupying the 35th to 54th floors of the famed Time Warner building, guests have their
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Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern  I’m usually very weary of establishments that have anything to do with “American” food because I don’t really know what that means. Lucky for America, the brilliant Danny Meyer and his world-class team have given a tangible and lovable definition to that clichéd
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