Murray Hill

PS450

PS450

I feel a bit pedophile-ish having drinks in this joint. After all, it sounds like a New York City public school and not some semi-swanky lounge in this non-neig...
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Evergreen Shanghai

This place is deceptively large. From the outside it seems like a dinky Chinese joint, but the doors open to a cavernous interior filled with lunching dorks of ...
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Pinocchio III

I cannot tell a lie: I think this biatch is closed. Good, they shouldn't have been sticking their nose into the crap, take-out sushi business anyway. &n...
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Tandoori Club

As occasionally happens, this place closed before I had a chance to review it. Shame, as it had cheap, take-out Indian food that wasn't half bad. Although t...
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Chef’s Express

This is one of those weird places that is both full and empty at the same time. I've actually walked out of this joint empty-handed a couple times. It's not f...
Giuseppe's

Giuseppe’s

Manhattan truly is the home of the generically named pizza joint. They dot the eastside from the Bowery to the upper reaches of the UES. They generally have som...
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Cafe Bonjour Too

This is like the Mediterranean annex of Cafe Bonjour down the street. It has that clever "too" instead of "two" or "II," which automatically puts me on edge...
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Sunflower Diner

I guess I never realized how full of youngins this neighborhood is. I suppose it's just a matter of not hanging out in the area much, or maybe it's being ol...
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Subway (Murray Hill)

I swear this is the second-to-last Subway at which I will ever eat. How do I know that? Because there's somewhat of lag between Mr. Hipster's dining experiences...
Cafe Zaiya

Cafe Zaiya

All I can picture when I think of this place are those weird, Japanese pink rice balls. They honestly kinda freak me out. Luckily that's not all that's going on...