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Macao Trading Co
Chinese Restaurant$$$
Today 5PM–1:30AM
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311 Church St New York, NY 10013
311 Church StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 431-8750macaonyc.com
$$$Chinese Restaurant, Portuguese Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Portuguese Restaurant
Bar
Asian Fusion Restaurant
European Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Today 5PM–1:30AM
Wednesday 5PM–1:30AMThursday 5PM–3:30AMFriday 5PM–3:30AMSaturday 5PM–3:30AMSunday 5PM–12:30AMMonday 5PM–1:30AMTuesday 5PM–1:30AM
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A bi-level, 1940s gambling parlor sets an exotic backdrop for Chinese-Portuguese small plates.- Google
"Great Portuguese / Asian fusion with a great bar and cocktail list."
"Impeccable service and a really interesting and engaging atmosphere."
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Natela Yevdayev
a month ago
We ordered 6 different dishes and all were greasy and very poorly prepared. it has been a very long time since I have been disappointed by the food in the city. Halal stands and various food trucks are superior in taste than the food we got served today. This place makes TriBeCa look bad.
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Masa M
a month ago
Cool spot especially in this neighborhood. Helpful, skilled bartenders and fun clientele
Dan Sternick
a month ago
Awesome bar & the food is solid - down stair is the way to go - interesting fusion place
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Stephanie Han
a year ago
After wandering around Chinatown/SOHO I found myself in need of a restroom and a place to rest my tootsies for a spell. I turned the corner and saw the sign for this place--seemed like it might fit the bill, but it turned out to be much more! I loved the ambiance of the place, its dark eclectic decor evocative of the early 20th century colonial Chinese port town of its namesake. It was a quiet weeknight so I was able to strike up a conversation with the bartender and decided on a refreshing cocktail upon his recommendation (the Portonic). I was too full to try any of their food, but from what I could see on the tables and next to me at the bar, people seemed to be enjoying it. I spent a very pleasant hour or so sipping my drink and chatting with the bartenders, both of whom who happened to have the same name (which escapes me at the moment).
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Patricia T.
2 months ago
Came during the week once for the bar, it was cute. Came back on a Saturday night, the place was crowded, vibrant, and with a happy lounge downstairs!!! Great night out!
long bride
3 weeks ago
want to come back here and try the food. I just had a drink, but the menu looks really good. I like the music and the vibe. Its look like a mix of a lot of cultural food. I will be back over here.
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Joe Carter
6 months ago
I've always enjoyed eating there, the food is fantastic. Drinks are decent. the crowd builds fast, but the music is great for folks in the 30-40 range.
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Jeff Yablon
9 months ago
Out of the way little place you'd never think to take a look at. GREAT fried - rice - with - meats- and - an - egg dish, and odd as it sounds, terrific spare ribs.