Noisy NYU Student at Midtown Glory Hole.
Without a doubt.
I haven't tried MOAN yet. What sort of cuisine is it?
the ones in my neighborhood
Il Mulino. The Waverly Inn. Daniel.
The Sbarro at Times Square is pretty popular, so I will go with that. It has a well run continuous dinner service on the main level and a spacious dining room on the lower level, which is perfect for stepping away from the hubbub of the city scene outside.
OP, the best one for you is Windows on the World.
The Oyster Bar in Grand Central Station, and close second, Sparks Steakhouse.
Times Square Olive Garden!! It's delish!!
Claire, see r2
If you’re looking for an experience, look no further - New York’s hottest restaurant is OUNCE. As you step through the stainless steel door of this Meatpacking hotspot, you’ll be greeted by none other than Pierre, the Muslim Elvis impersonator. This restaurant has everything: clones, freaks, sneezing, cholos, puke people, a sheepdog that looks like Bruce Vilanch, and an entire room of puppets doing karate like when someone calls Miss Piggy fat, and she goes, “Hi-ya!”
r14 you are so naughty.
Dolcino on 2nd Avenue and 29th Street. Best filet of sole francese in the entire City and their chocolate cake is heaven.
I hear Guy Fieri's new restaurant is amazing.
Il Vagabondo. Through the years, it has popped into my life and I have an awful lot of memories from there. I remember when the big photo of the people who worked there was black and white instead of sepia-toned. They make the best veal Parmesan in the world.
Sparks Steak House is to die for.
Diner in Williamsburg.
The Good Fork in Red Hook.
Fiore in Williamsburg