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  • Edison Ale House
    Edison Ale House offers a laid-back atmosphere and tasty American classics. The chefs at Edison Ale House know how to prepare tasty, gluten-free and low-fat meals. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Edison Ale House has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. With its kid-friendly vibe, Edison Ale House is a great spot for families to chow down. Be prepared to raise your voice, though — the restaurant can get noisy. Reservations are available, so give the restaurant a call before you head over for the fastest seating. Edison Ale House offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. If time is of the essence, Edison Ale House's take-out option may be a better fit. The restaurant has catering services as well. At Edison Ale House, free parking is offered on the whole block. Edison Ale House is creating dishes any foodie will love at around $30.
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    51 Edison Place
    Newark, NJ US
  • Butterfield 8 Restaurant and Lounge
    Butterfield 8 is a first-floor lounge with skyline views. At the back of the room, past the dazzling chandeliers and vintage ceiling mouldings, hangs a full-wall, photorealistic mural of a misty cityscape. The ambiance is classic Manhattan, but the menu looks beyond its neighborhood to encompass pub-food favorites from across the country, often tweaked into surprising new shapes. Mac ‘n’ cheese comes fashioned into crispy squares topped with bacon, jalapeños, and marinara sauce, and philly cheesesteaks are packed into egg-roll wrappers with garnishes of caramelized onions and spicy ketchup. As for larger dishes, the menu drops into Memphis for pulled-pork sliders, New Orleans for crab-cake sandwiches with Cajun rémoulade, and the New England coast for plates of citrus-tinged Atlantic salmon. Though the venue is the official NYC bar of the Denver Broncos, sports fans of all stripes are welcome to take seats at the 40-foot granite bar and cheer as their teams compete on high-definition TVs overhead or suddenly parade past the front windows.
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    5 E 38th St
    New York, NY US
  • Dorian Gray
    Throw 'em back at Dorian Gray, and quickly grow to love this Irish bar. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. The bar at Dorian Gray is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at Dorian Gray. Surf the web from your tablet or laptop on Dorian Gray's complimentary wifi. Get your whole crew together at Dorian Gray, offering lots of special space for larger parties. Jeans are just right for a meal at Dorian Gray, which embraces a casual vibe. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. Guests of Dorian Gray's E 4th St location can park their vehicles on the street. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Dorian Gray, so plan your budget accordingly. Dorian Gray offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    205 East 4th Street
    New York, NY US
  • Matt's Grill
    Stop by Matt's Grill in New York for flavorful fare and refreshments. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. The drink list at Matt's Grill has everything you need to complete your meal (and your night out). Big family? Tons of friends? Bring 'em all to Matt's Grill — the restaurant has an awesome layout for large parties and groups. No need to gussy up for a trip to Matt's Grill, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Those driving to Matt's Grill can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Matt's Grill, so plan your budget accordingly. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Matt's Grill — swing by for for favorite meal.
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    932 8th Ave
    New York, NY US
  • The Breslin Bar & Dining Room
    The Breslin Bar & Dining Room: A User's Guide Upscale Gastropub Cuisine | Snout-to-Tail Cooking | Irresistible Lamb Burger | Cask-Conditioned Beer Sample Menu Starter: scotch egg layered with sausage and deep-fried Entree: chargrilled lamb burger with fries—a favorite of former New York Times chief critic Frank Bruni Dessert: clementine cake with blood orange, dates, and candied walnuts Where to Sit: Colorful curtains close off the dining room's booths from the surrounding hubbub, encouraging guests to lose themselves in private tête-à-têtes and aliens to take off their uncomfortable human masks. What to Drink: The Spotted Pig Bitter, which is brewed specially for Breslin, attains its distinctive flavor from secondary fermentation in its cask. The beer foregoes artificial carbonation or pressurization, with bartenders hand pumping each pour into its glass. The Chef: Chef April Bloomfield forged her skills in the kitchens of London's River Café and Berkeley's Chez Panisse. She wasted no time upon arriving in New York, quickly opening the city's first proper gastropub, The Spotted Pig. Let the Kitchen Decide: Large parties can opt for the expansive chef's-table dinner, designed for groups of 8–12 and served just three times each night. These feasts might include whole suckling pig or balsamic roasted duck, accompanied by sides that are hand-selected by Chef April Bloomfield. Using the Whole Hog: The menu is a veritable tribute to the many uses of pig, meandering from pork-fat-fried peanuts to the apotheosis of offal, the pig's foot for two, which is deboned, stuffed with pork, braised until tender, and fried. While You're Waiting: Head over to the bar to enjoy craft cocktails, hand-pumped beer, and a playlist that "bounces smartly between rock and hip-hop," according to the New York Times. Inside Tip: Guests staying upstairs in the Ace Hotel receive the singular privileges of placing reservations and ordering room service directly from the kitchen. While You're in the Neighborhood Before: Pursue the exhibits at the nearby Museum of Sex (233 Fifth Avenue), which approaches its risqué subject with a deft mixture of playfulness and scholarly rigor. After: Drink in panoramic views of the city's skyline while sipping a cocktail on the rooftop patio at 230 Fifth (230 Fifth Avenue).
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    16 W 29th St
    New York, NY US
  • Sigmund's Pretzels
    "How good can a soft pretzel be?" That's the question one Serious Eats writer set out to answer in 2009, venturing to then-newly-opened Sigmund's Pretzels for the first time. The spot's warm, twisty snacks, crafted daily by lawyer-turned-pastry chef Lina Kulchinsky, inspired an enthusiastic answer: the "plain, simply seasoned pretzels" fulfilled "all my wanton pretzel desires." Today, Kulchinsky continues to woo palates with her soft and pillowy pretzel twists, but has also expanded Sigmund's Pretzels into a full-fledged gastropub with pretzel-bunned sandwiches, gourmet small plates, and craft beer. In the Press East Village Vibe: "These pretzels are freaking fantastic." Daily Candy: Kulchinsky "elevates the rustic carb to new heights by offering pretzel sandwiches, tongue-twisting flavors. . . and free house-made sauces." NewYork.com named Sigmund's pretzel buns, which bookend reuben sandwiches and juicy burgers, some of the best in the city. Sweet, Savory, and Everything In Between Kulchinsky has mastered classic pretzel preparations that use caraway or simple sea salt for seasoning, but she's also known for more imaginative flavors. Here are a few you might encounter at Sigmund's. Truffle Cheddar Cinnamon Raisin The bite of golden cheddar cheese makes a knockout pairing with the velvety umami of the truffles. This soft, perfectly sweet pretzel makes it easy to understand why one East Village Vibe contributor wrote that "Sigmund?s pretzels really might be better than bagels." Parsley-Garlic Feta-Olive Italian parsley and fresh garlic cloves impart a lightly herbal flavor to these twisted treats. The fresh, piquant flavors add a Mediterranean twist to pretzels made with feta cheese and olives.
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    29 Ave. B
    New York, NY US