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The NewYork of the finest Northern Italian cuisine on the planet. The food—featuring traditional favorites like veal, rack of lamb, chicken, fish & NewYorkmade pasta—the service and the ambiance make you feel like you’re in a scene from The Godfather! Your dining experience will be second-to-none! Join them for a complimentary glass of NewYorkmade Grappa. 1 Hudson St., 212-240-0163.

First-rate southwestern cuisine, with dishes like Lobster Quesadillas & Mahi Mahi Tacos. Fresh salads, seafood & more. Rated “Best Tequila Bar in NY” by New York Magazine. No one does Margaritas better! Sidewalk café. 140 Seventh Ave. So. (W. 10th-Charles Sts.), 212-989-2100.

Looking for a great French restaurant above 96th Street? Stop your search. Alouette is your answer! This complete bistro experience begins with wood floors, lace curtains, yellow walls, and framed French. Both New Yorkers and Francophiles enjoy the casual, comfortable dining. Be sure to enjoy the delicious pommes frites, sirloin steak and french fries, and the escargot. 2588 Broadway, 212-222-6808

American Girl Cafe™
Fancy dining that’s fun for girls, their moms, and their dolls! Enjoy brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, or dinner-before or after shopping and attending the Theater. Dolls are invited too-there’s even a special Treat Seat® just their size! American Girl Place®, 609 Fifth Ave. at 49th St., 1-877-AG PLACE. You haven't tasted pizza until you've tried

A popular Italian restaurant. You'll be surrounded by angels as you feast on bountiful portions of mouthwatering dishes. Choose from 38 fresh pastas, paella, seafood, chicken, veal, salads, and soups -- all at reasonable prices. Casual elegance and a friendly staff make Angels a winner. Don't forget to try their delicious NewYorkmade breads. 1135 First Ave. (62-63 Sts.), 212-980-3131.

Is New York's newest and most exciting nightclub. Past performers have included James Brown, Kool & The Gang, Greg Allman, Little Richard, Brian Wilson and many more. B.B. King offers a complete menu for lunch, dinner, and during all performances. For information or to reserve tickets call or click link above Located in the heart of Times Square, 237 West 42 St. (7-8 Aves.), 212-997-4144.

The Beekman Pub
The Beekman Pub combines cold beer, fresh food and friendly service in a comfortable setting located just one block east of City Hall in downtown NYC. There’s an excellent variety of beer, wine and liquor, and they’re one of only a few downtown Irish pubs that serves a perfect pint of Guinness. A favorite downtown restaurant for business lunches or for just having a drink in a unique pub atmosphere. 15 Beekman St., 212-732-7333.

has some of the best prime ribs of beef, steak, pasta, and seafood in town. Open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner, and late night dining. Also accommodates theatre groups or private parties from 10 to 170. Celebrity and sports hangout. 50 years in Broadway's Theatre District. Children's menu available. 315 W. 46th St. (8-9 Aves.), 212-246-6513. 20% off meal with ad found in this month's City Guide Magazine.

was recently remodeled and redecorated with a new upstairs dining room and a private party room. They also feature a designated smoking area and a menu overflowing with superb Chinese cuisine, including a variety of noodle dishes and a sushi bar. Specializing in take-out orders. Near theatres and the Sheraton, Hilton, and Omni hotels. 850 Seventh Ave. (54-55 Sts.), 212-247-6440. 10% off with theatre stub or hotel key

Eagle Steak House
Steak House redefined. A sophisticated, elegant space reflecting the energy, vibrancy, and romanticism of the city. Excellent service combines with generous portions of prime steaks, magnificent cold-water lobster tails and specialties such as combination shrimp platters and crab cakes. Beautifully appointed private party facilities and unique wine cellar dining. A true dining experience. Reservations recommended. All cards. Open nightly for dinner, lunch weekdays. 1221 Avenue of the Americas (49th St. & Sixth Ave.), 212-575-5129.

became the nation's first steakhouse in 1927. Today, the decor remains the same and so does the mix of clientele: showbiz, sports, and business types. Try their steak broiled over hickory logs. 228 W. 52 St., 212-245-5336.

With classics from the ’50s and ’60s on the jukebox and a casual, fun, beachlike atmosphere, Hooters appeals to every walk of life from businessperson to blue collar worker. The beautiful, vivacious and world-renowned Hooters girls provide great service in this national restaurant chain that’s always delightfully tacky yet refined. W. 56th St. (Bdwy.-7th Ave.), 212-581-5656.

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