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Big Breakfast or brunch weekday in Manhattan

Arriving on a red eye and eating an early dinner on a thursday. I am looking for a breakfast/brunch place were we can get a great meal and pass some time. I am thinking in Chelsea, Soho, East Village or Lower East Side. Looking for a hip place with people watching and great NYC vibe - but obviously food is top priority. Going to Balthazar for dinner or else we would try that - but bakery/eggs sounds great.

Sep 28, 2006
Eating4three in Manhattan

Friday H Hour and Dining in fun, happening area?

My husband and I are coming for a long overdue trip to Manhattan in a few weeks. We love NYC and have yet to do it properly together. We need suggestions for where to go on a Friday night (starting happy hour) and continuing to dinner. We are interested in fun, trendy, with a good scene and quality drinks/wine/food. We are staying in Chelsea area - basicaly are willing to explore every neighborhood but are most intrigued by the usuals south of the 40s - Chelsea, The Village, Union Square, Grammercy, SoHo, Lower East side, etc. For the Thursday we got an early(of course)reservation at Babbo so Italian is probably out. We are from San Fran and love exploring the scene - don't want touristy. Want to top places you would recomend to friends from out of town that you know are true ChowHounds! Thanks

Sep 21, 2006
Eating4three in Manhattan