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Food in NYC

New York is supposed to be the best place in the US for food, with tons of celebrity chefs doing their celebrity thang there. I've personally always thought of the Bay Area as having the best food that I've had in the country. So, not to throw myself into the David Chang vs. the West Coast war, but here is a series of posts on the places *I* tried, and what I thought of them - categorized by my verdict.

You will thank me:
Marlow & Sons (entry)
Kolache Mama (entry)

You will not be disappointed:
Porchetta
Bar Boulud
Bleecker Street Pizza
Linger Bar & Cafe
(Read full entry)

You could do worse:
Corner Bistro
Balthazar
Press 195
Shake Shack
Caracas Arepa Bar
Charles' Pan-fried Chicken
Sripraphai Thai
(Read full entry)

Why not, but why?
Bark Hot Dogs
The Kati Roll Company
EAT Authentic Thai
(Read full entry)

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