Gramercy

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L’Express

I always thought this was some lame women's store equivalent to 80s mall-staples, Structure or Chess King. Apparently the picture of coffee on the sign and the ...
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Gramercy Park Hotel Bar

Apparently this used to be the place to hang out late night for rock stars and drug addicts (one and the same). That was back before the hotel woke up and fig...
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Flûte Gramercy

I'm not quite sure we had the full Flute experience, but from what I saw, we had no business being in a place this classy. Okay, that's not necessarily true...
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Angelo & Maxie’s Steakhouse

Are you a cigar-chomping carnivore? Do you like your women in skirts and your bars made of wood and brass? Are you an old fashioned, clogged-artery trog...
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America

Many have likened eating a meal in America to chowing down in an airplane hangar. This is not only a comment about the size of the place, but the decibel leve...
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Paddy Maguire’s Ale House

Welcome to the demented, drunken forest. It's amazing that such an innocuous facade can lead into such a bizarre amalgamation of one drunk guy's dream and anoth...
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Taco & Tortilla King

One of life's great mysteries is the proliferation of Chinese Mexican joints around the city of Manhattan. Do these places exist anywhere outside of the cit...
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City Crab

City Crab looks like an expensive suit joint in that "whatever" neighborhood above Union Square and East of The Flatiron District. Well, whatever 'hood it i...
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Park Avalon

Think of it as an airplane hangar with a good interior decorator. This remarkably down-to-earth, whatever-this-neigborhood-is-called, eatery looks forboding...
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Duke’s

Honestly, if you're drunk, in the Union Square area and craving BBQ that just might kill you, there's no place like Duke's. If you're sober, in the Union Sq...
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Old Town Bar

A name so apropos it hurts. Surrounded by some of the snobbiest establishments in the city, this bar has managed to survive since the 1880's on a steady diet of...