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Dinner at "Trendy Jewish Deli" for picky uncle

The Carnegie deli is well for its humongous tasty sandwiches and lack of ambiance. It is now somewhat of a tourist haven (with tourist style prices) but it is probably the trendy place you are looking for. Also, years ago there was the Stage Deli. I dont know if its still there but possibly that could be good.

Apr 16, 2007
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Vegetarian takes Manhattan

There are alot of good Indian restaurants on Lexington Avenue, not too far from your hotel. Some serve vegetarian food. Angelica's kitchen in the east village has very good vegetarian food. In Chinatown, Buddha Bodai on Mott Street may be a good choice for Chinese vegetarian. I have not eaten in the Manhattan branch but their branch in Queens is good. A heavily traffiiced relatively inexpensive Chinese restaurant - Cantonese style (non-vegetarian) - is Noodletown (particularly good for a late night meal). For Shanghai food you may want to try Joes Shanghai (not vegetarian) - its a little touristy but good.

Apr 16, 2007
gluttonous in Manhattan