Cafe R is New York City's largest international food court, located inside a 11,000 square foot facility. This food court truly has something for everyone, from Italian, Mexican, and Greek to Asian, American, and so much more. They are open around the clock, so next time you get a craving, Cafe R likely has whatever your taste buds desire!
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Casa Bella Restaurant is one of the best Italian restaurants I have been to, and their lasagna ranks among the top contenders of this classic Italian dish that is my favorite pasta preparation. Ask for a table outside along the sidewalk and you can truly feel as if you have gone on a mini-vacation to Rome!
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Dallas BBQ is THE place for barbecue in New York City. From tender, juicy rotisserie chicken to fall-off-the-bone caramelized ribs, this barbecue restaurant knows their way around the kitchen! From fresh-baked cornbread to scratch-made chicken soup, this barbecue stretches their culinary muscles by going beyond the BBQ pit.
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There is one food that will always be American as apple pie, something that is synonymous with the City of New York: the hot dog. Fulton Hot Dog King is serving up hot dogs and sausage dogs faster than you can say frankfurter. Their hot dogs and hamburgers are cooked to perfection, topped with a myriad of delicious items, sure to make your mouth water!
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Katz's. The name speaks for itself. Ask anyone in New York City and they will likely have a story to tell of a trip to Katz's. Since Katz's opened in 1888, countless celebrities have dined there, along with many Presidents. The food is extraordinarily fresh, the meat is skillfully sliced by hand, and your taste buds will be dancing the minute the food enters your mouth.
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If you love pizza, then you have to pay a visit to the home of America's first pizzeria. Their coal-fired oven produces a crispy crust on the bottom with perfectly melted cheese on top. Try their signature offerings like homemade meatballs on top of their original pizza. They've been at this for over 100 years. A century of pizza equals pizza perfection!
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Known as the best steakhouse in New York City, Uncle Jack's Steakhouse needs no introduction. In all of my travels, this is undoubtedly one of my favorite restaurants. The steaks are cooked to perfection and the service is impeccable. Owner and proprieter William Degel should be known as the "King of Steak."
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Situated in the heart of New York's Little Italy, this restaurant has scrumptious lasagna, chicken parmigiana, and many other Italian favorites and a few unique offerings as well. Be sure to top your meal off with a delectable dessert, such as their freshly made cannolis! One meal here will have you singing, "That's Amore!"
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