Carnegie Hill

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Big City Bar & Grill

Nobody likes to have the wool pulled over his or her eyes--especially when it's really, really obvious. The fact that the owners of Big City expect us to beli...
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Fred’s (East)

Okay, it's a friendly place with a dog theme (sounds suspiciously like Barking Dog Luncheonette right up the street.) Neighborhood joints are supposed to be f...
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Yura & Company

The average age of the crowd at Yura varies somewhere between 70 and six feet under. With more breathing tubes and walkers per capita than any other restaur...
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Lexington Rib Co.

Damn I love grilled chicken. I mean, who knew an animal so stupid could taste so good? We're not going to pretend that this joint is an authentic Texas B.B....
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Rooster’s

It's always nice to have a neighborhood place that serves rotisserie chicken and sides. I grew up in LA surrounded by places like El Pollo Loco, California ...
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Roma Pizza

Like the great Phoenix, Roma Pizza rises from the ashes of the great La Mia Pizzeria. Honestly, we see absolutely no difference between the two. The staff is th...
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Richter’s Bar

Never the first place you'd head at the beginning of the night, Richter's makes for a lot of fun at 4 AM when other, less adventurous UES bars have shut dow...
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Kinsale Tavern

Prior to its remodeling in 1998, the Kinsale was less like a tavern and more like a home to the criminally drunk and helplessly stupid. Most of its patrons ...
Zesty

Zesty Pizzeria

What can we say about Zesty? Actually, not much, as it's just another take-out-type pizza place that's too brightly lit and not particularly clean. Some sur...
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Flight 1668

Not one of the patrons that sampled this flimsy establishment can figure out what the hell the name is all about. Apparently it has something to do with the...