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Pastis is one of shenanigans.

1. Pastis

9 9th Ave (at Little W 12th St), New York, NY
Restaurant français · Meatpacking District · 327 conseils et avis

BravoBravo: Witness the rare sight of models eating. A must. -Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live!

Balthazar is one of shenanigans.

2. Balthazar

8.9
80 Spring St (at Crosby St), New York, NY
Restaurant français · SoHo · 1050 conseils et avis

Gossip GirlGossip Girl: See and be seen when you’re dining al fresco at this SoHo staple. Just don’t be surprised if your secret convo ends up on Page Six - or on gossipgirl.net. En savoir plus .

Lafayette is one of shenanigans.

3. Lafayette

8.7
380 Lafayette St (btwn Great Jones & E 4th St), New York, NY
Restaurant français · NoHo · 409 conseils et avis

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Bringing Paris to NYC. Great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch on the weekends, or pop in to the bakery for some Caramel Sale macaroons or an almond croissant! Oui! Oui!

ABC Kitchen is one of shenanigans.

4. ABC Kitchen

9.2
35 E 18th St (btwn Broadway & Park Ave S), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Flatiron District · 715 conseils et avis

Matt H.Matt Hantz: If you don't have a reservation, try showing up when they open at 5:30 and vie for a spot at the bar. Drink until you're hungry.

Cafeteria is one of shenanigans.

5. Cafeteria

8.1
119 7th Ave (at W 17th St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Chelsea · 638 conseils et avis

Gansevoort Hotel GroupGansevoort Hotel Group: Go for the mac and cheese, the cobb salad, the fried chicken and waffles and the people watching at this unquestionably hip and greatly located restaurant.

6. Southern Hospitality

645 9th Ave (at W 45th St), New York, NY
Restaurant de soul-food · Hell's Kitchen · 245 conseils et avis

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Justin Timberlake’s place lives up to the hype with delicious baby back ribs and mac n’ cheese – even if it’s on the pricey side. It’s usually crowded, so you might as well wait at the bar.

Hill Country Barbecue Market is one of shenanigans.

7. Hill Country Barbecue Market

8.7
30 W 26th St (btwn Broadway & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · NoMad · 487 conseils et avis

Andrew L.Andrew Lam: Texas-style barbecue... in New York City? Believe it. Dry rub brisket, spare ribs, game hen, corn pudding, sweet potato mash, and even Lone Star Beer, with a side of live American roots music.

Grand Central Oyster Bar is one of shenanigans.

8. Grand Central Oyster Bar

8.1
89 E 42nd St (Grand Central Terminal), New York, NY
Restaurant de fruits de mer · Midtown East · 400 conseils et avis

HuffPostHuffPost: This Grand Central favorite tops the Village Voice's Top 10 Oyster Bar list. The atmosphere alone is worth the price, with enormous arched ceilings spanning above the restaurant. En savoir plus .

Good Enough to Eat is one of shenanigans.

9. Good Enough to Eat

7.9
520 Columbus Ave (at W 85th St), New York, NY
Lieu servant des petits déjeuners · Upper West Side · 314 conseils et avis

Showtime NetworkShowtime Network: By far the BEST place to have breakfast in New York. This tiny jaunt has a line around the corner and out the back door for Sunday Brunch. You can also inquire about their cooking classes! - Nikki

The Meatball Shop is one of shenanigans.

10. The Meatball Shop

84 Stanton St (btwn Allen & Orchard St), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · Lower East Side · 630 conseils et avis

The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal: It's all meatballs here, rolled into shape, featuring beef, spicy pork and chicken. Most popular is a bowl of beef meatballs with the classic tomato sauce and a slice of focaccia ($7). En savoir plus .

Ladurée is one of shenanigans.

11. Ladurée

9.1
864 Madison Ave (btwn E 70th & E 71st St), New York, NY
Lieu servant des desserts · Upper East Side · 258 conseils et avis

New York HabitatNew York Habitat: If you haven't been the the Maison Ladurée in Paris, this is a must. If you have been, this is still a must. At $2.75 per macaron, feel free to splurge. We recommend the salted caramel.

Bouchon Bakery & Cafe is one of shenanigans.

12. Bouchon Bakery & Cafe

10 Columbus Cir Fl 3 (Time Warner Center), New York, NY
Boulangerie · Central Park · 336 conseils et avis

Gossip GirlGossip Girl: Cure your carb cravings while overlooking Columbus Circle. Just try not to drool over the models slash waiters. En savoir plus .

Ace Bar is one of shenanigans.

13. Ace Bar

7.5
531 E 5th St (btwn Avenue A & B), New York, NY
Bar · Alphabet City · 152 conseils et avis

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Pool, Darts, Skee Ball. Feels like a Chuck E. Cheese's for drinking co-eds. Happy Hour from 4-7pm Everyday! $3-$6 Drafts and Well Cocktails.

The Campbell is one of shenanigans.

14. The Campbell

8.2
15 Vanderbilt Ave (Grand Central Terminal), New York, NY
Bar à cocktail · Midtown East · 265 conseils et avis

The Corcoran GroupThe Corcoran Group: Enter through Cipriani on the balcony at Grand Central & you'll feel as if you have entered a bygone era. Drinks are expensive ($15 martini) but the atmosphere is worth it. Reserve a table in advance.

SPiN New York is one of shenanigans.

15. SPiN New York

8.1
48 E 23rd St (btwn Park Ave S and Broadway), New York, NY
Bar · Flatiron District · 132 conseils et avis

AskMenAskMen: Bringing friendly competition to a whole new level is SPiN, the Flatiron ping pong bar that just launched a social networking site exclusively for table tennis enthusiasts. En savoir plus .

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is one of shenanigans.

16. Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park

7.7
42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Patinoire · Midtown East · 117 conseils et avis

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: From late October until the end of February, Bryant Park opens a no-charge skating rink. Don’t get too excited: The admission may be free, but you gotta pay $13 to rent skates (or BYO). En savoir plus .

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of shenanigans.

17. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

9.6
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Central Park · 1941 conseils et avis

The OnionThe Onion: Beware: Some museums are more reputable than others. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City? Pretty reputable. The Flagstaff Groundhog & Jackalope Hall of Fame? Less so. En savoir plus .

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is one of shenanigans.

18. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

9.3
11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Midtown East · 1874 conseils et avis

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: The best museum to spend the day in boasts unparalleled holdings in 20th- and 21st-century art, the Sette MoMA restaurant, a plush movie theater and the MoMA Design Store. En savoir plus .

Gagosian Gallery is one of shenanigans.

19. Gagosian Gallery

7.6
980 Madison Ave (btw 76th & 77th), New York, NY
Galerie d'art · Upper East Side · 21 conseils et avis

Time Out New YorkTime Out New York: The best place to see museum-quality gallery shows has perfected this high-end form. Shows such as “Picasso and Marie-Thérèse: L’Amour Fou” prove you don’t have to be MoMA to stage a blockbuster. En savoir plus .