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Skip Times Square - These Are the Best Italian Restaurants in NYC

Discussion in 'Vacation Travel Information' started by MULTIZ321, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. MULTIZ321

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    Skip Times Square - These Are the Best Italian Restaurants in NYC
    By Gabrielle Savoie/ New York City/ MyDomaine/ mydomaine.com

    "If the thought of a hearty spaghetti pomodoro with a generous sprinkle of Parmesan and a glass of Montepulciano sounds like your idea of weeknight dinner heaven, you've come to the right place. In colder months, New York City is not short on cozy, dimly lit Italian restaurants to hunker down in during a storm and carbo-load until you can barely walk home. But even on hot summer nights, other Italian restaurants—those that offer generous outdoor seating and specialize in Southern coastal dishes—are perfect for a dinner alfresco. Have we made you hungry yet? These are the best Italian restaurants in NYC....."

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    It's always good advice to skip Times Square.
    But it's odd that half of the restaurants recommended in this article are in Brooklyn, a fairly long subway trip from mid-Manhattan: Williamsburg (2), Greenpoint, Park Slope, and Bushwick.
     
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    Brooklyn seems to be the happening place. I have a friend who has rented an apartment on the Upper East Side for many years and is looking now to buy one because prices are going down is her area while going up in some lower Manhattan areas and Brooklyn.
     

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