thanks...i read the Martiniboys review and they had it spelled both ways. Boy, having just been in Italy, I probably should have known the correct spelling.
I did a search but couldn't find any reviews.
Has anyone gone yet? Thoughts??
Yes food help would be appreciated :)
I am travelling down to Manhattan with a friend May 9th weekend.
He's not a foodie but loves to hang out at bars with more artistic/creative people - NOT the trendy, look at me kinda crowd.
Therefore, I am at a loss as to what to do with him :) Live music venues would be good too.
And cheap, simple eating places too. I really don't want to scare him :)
I am thinking the village or soho but we can go anywhere - we are staying at 70 park avenue
Please help me. Coming to NYC with my 21 yr old daughter on Thurs for 4 nights. It's her first trip so we will be spending a lot of time shopping.
Now, she would really like to experience a bit of Manhattan nite life BUT, I don't want to accompany her to clubs. So, maybe someone can suggest places that are
-trendy with good drinks/eats - would consider a later (10ish) dinner and then hang around a bit after (not too fancy but not casual)
-a place where people meet up after work for drinks
-more casual places to eat around upper w side (95th between Amsterdam and Broadway)
Italian/mexican/american - not chinese thanks.
Thanks for your help