New York City - Metro-Leisures

Wednesday, December 01, 2004


The Big Apple at its Best!

Come and share your top-choice restaurants or eateries.
Whether it's the Shish Kabob guy at the corner or
fine dining at a mid-town French Cuisine Restaurant. Additionally, tell us about restaurants that did not work out, so that you can help others avoid places with bad food, service etc.


  • Have you ever tried Vietnames food?
    Vietnames food is not like Chiness food .It has less oil than Chines food.It good for some one who want to eat alot but not get fat
    If you have some work to do at China town let try to eat Vietnames food at "Pho Tu Do"(It mean Leberty noodle soup) at 119 Bowery,New york,NY,10002.
    If you get there by train ,you sould take D train and Get of at Grand Street.If you drive,foget that idear because you can't find the parking at that location .If you parking at Parkinglot you will pay more than three time what you eat at Vietnamess restaurant.
    Let go and try It

    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 8, 2004 at 7:25 AM  

  • I love Vietnamese food. Most of the time I eat a this really excellent place in Elmhurst Queens. I believe the name if called Pho Bac, or something like don't quote me on that.

    Anyway, to get there by train just grab either the G, V, or R. Stop at the Elmhurst station and walk over to the shopping plaza across the streen on Broadway.

    Another good place to eat, just right across Pho Bac, is Singa's Famous Pizza. Now, I don't know how famous it is, but the food is excellent. A personal pizza, the only kind they serve, can be prepared with a variety of toppings. Last time I went there each one cost a little less than six dollars. But let me tell you that it was satisfying; every single time.

    Well, even if you are not around the area, go for it! I don't work near them anymore, but sometimes I make my way there because it's worth it. Trust me, try it!

    By Blogger MetroLeisures, at December 8, 2004 at 8:15 PM  

  • NY Has It All
    If you are looking for something, you can be sure you will find it in NYC. You can go uptown and downtown, you want it and they've got it. You can go to the wholesale district, the wine district, the jewelery district - whatever it takes to suit your pleasure. NY has a wide variety of cultures and a wide range of entertainment to suit all of these cultures.

    They have restaurants for just about every single ethnic group. They have clubs that play all types of music from Hip Hop, to Jazz, to Techno. In New York, there are department stores "a-plenty"; all with a wide variety of styles and looks and competitive pricing. NY is also very popular for its many museums.


    Restaurants -

    The Shark Bar - 307 Amsterdam Ave · 874-8500
    Mekka - 14 Ave A · 475-8500
    Pampa - 768 Amsterdam Ave · 865-2929
    Sylvia's - 328 Lenox Ave · 996-0660

    Clubs -

    2i's - 248 W 14th St bet Seventh & Eighth · 807-1775
    Downtime - 251 W 30th St bet Seventh & Eighth · 695-2747
    Webster Hall - 11th St bet Third & Fourth · 353-1600
    NV - 289 Spring St at Hudson St · 929-NVNV

    Department Stores/Shopping -

    Lord & Taylor
    Saks Fifth Avenue
    Century 21

    Museums -

    Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
    Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

    I hope this has been a bit of help.

    By Blogger Aziza, at December 13, 2004 at 12:47 PM  

  • Wow, I actually have been at that pizza place you have been talking about, Metro.
    But I love Ray's Famous Pizza. Kinda pricey since each slice is a least $3.50, but you get what you paid me. I think there is one on 7th and 53rd, and another one nearby.

    Any other pizza fans out there with good suggestions?


    By Blogger Lil'Ling, at December 14, 2004 at 2:03 PM  

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