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Are you looking for a new place to grab breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just a snack? Consider the following:
Sushi lovers from around the world have delighted in the creations at Sushi Yaska which has been open since 2011.
There is something for everyone here, even those who don’t love sushi! If you’re not a lover of fish, you can order a Prime Rib Eye Steak or go with vegetable sushi made with sweet potato.
Be sure to check their website before arriving, as the restaurant does shut down between lunch and dinner hours.
Noi Due Cafe
A husband and wife team founded Noi Due Cafe which means “the two of us” in Italian. Their hope is to transport patrons to the Mediterranean Coast with authentic meals like antipasti and brick oven pizza.
Noi Due can also cater events and is Kosher Certified under the leadership of Rabbi Don Yoel Levy.
In New York sometimes things come together that one wouldn’t normally expect! That’s exactly what happens at Gray’s Papaya where diners can go to get a hot dog and… fresh-
squeezed tropical juice!
Open 24 hours, Gray’s Papaya also offers a variety of breakfast sandwiches.
Are you in the mood for something sweet and fresh-baked? Then Mongolia Bakery is where you need to go!
In addition to a sweet treat, Mongolia Bakery also offers classes in cake and cupcake decorating techniques! The team is also happy to cater corporate events, private parties, and weddings.
Amsterdam Ale House
Are you looking for a brewpub where you can enjoy a good beer and watch the game? Check out Amsterdam Ale House!
This brewpub has a surprisingly large menu that includes appetizers, pasta, burgers, pizza, tacos, and sandwiches. While enjoying a drink and a meal, diners can also occasionally experience live music. Take a peek at upcoming events on the website.
The Mermaid Inn
Do you love seafood? Stop by the Mermaid Inn and download their app, Oysterpedia which helps to “take the guesswork” out of ordering oysters. According to its creators at the Mermaid Inn, oysters can be difficult to order because of a variety of factors including weather, location, and how the oyster is cultivated.
Private events can be hosted at the Inn!
Gran Morsi, whose name comes from the Italian word for “bites” is an amazing spot to discover the bold flavors of Italy. The team focuses on simplicity, wanting diners to enjoy a variety of small plates and shared dishes.
Gran Morsi can cater private events, weddings, has an amazing happy hour and also offers a variety of culinary classes! Classes include wine tasting to learn all about different vintages, a pizza-making course, and a cocktail mixing class.
Spot Dessert Bar
Are you all about the sweet stuff? The Spot Dessert Bar opened its doors in 2009 and has been going strong ever since! Here you’ll find an incredible menu that is sure to delight your taste buds. The owners, who are cousins, are proud to continually experiment!
It’s important to know that there is typically a long wait at this sweet spot, however, you can plan your visit and join the waitlist on their website.
Tree Bistro has been fighting to reopen since a large neighborhood fire shut its doors in October 2018 – but now they are back! The outdoor garden space is still shut down, as is part of the building, due to the ongoing repairs, but this family-owned business won’t stop welcoming diners.
Due to the fire damage, the restaurant is requesting that diners make reservations in advance since the seating area is only at about 1/3 of its original capacity.
The many flavors of Manhattan await you, enjoy exploring all the area has to offer!