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Even though the line to get in is very long, it is totally worth it. My girlfriend brought me here one night after the bar. She would go here after her art class at Cooper Union. Their fries are delicious and had great presentation. They come in a paper cone, perfect for taking out on the go. Make sure you try the garlic mayo dipping sauce. P.S . bring gum.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The most amazing public park I have ever had the pleasure of visiting. Inside central park, you can easily forget your in the middle of one of the largest cities in the world. Between the lakes, the trees, the horse carriages, and just the landscape in general, it is an amazing contrast from the city and an all around nice place to just walk about and relax. The winter is especially fun as you can rent a set of skates and go ice skating at Wollman's Rink.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Quite honestly one of the coolest parks I've ever seen. They essentially recycled an old railway above the city into a vast above-ground park, stretching across the urban background. It really is a sight to see and while it gets a little packed in the summer, the fall is beautiful and not nearly as jammed. The park also puts several art pieces up on display from time to time that are cool to check out.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Went here because I'm originally from South Florida and I really missed a good classic cuban sandwich and some croquetas and man did this place hit the spot. The food was delicious, with enough tapas to make any gordo o flacaita happy. If that wasn't enough, Cuban Pete's has an amazing and fun atmosphere, especially on a nice day. Sitting outside, you almost feel like your eating in a courtyard restaurant somewhere in little Havana. It's bring your own so if you get one of their sangarias, you can spike it up a bit more w/ some bacardi 151 or whatever your poison. In fact, the only regret I had was that I didn't get the watermelon sangria...it looked amazing!! Will absolutely have to go back for it.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Nice quick and easy place to grab something to eat. The burrito w/ barbaccoa is my staple w/ brown rice, hot, and everything else. You'll get your money's worth with all the food they stuff into this. The only complaints I really have is the $2.00 extra for guac, which is a little steep and the hot sauce, while hot, could use a little bit more of a kick. All and all beats the heck out of taco bell, Mo's, and the like.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
One of the best beer selections I've seen in the West Caldwell, plus really love the idea that u can take a growler home with you. There burgers r also especially good. The service varies, sometimes it's spot on while other times, not so much. Prices r fair.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
My girlfriend has celiacs and so we are always trying to find a good gluten-free place to eat at. We lucked out w/ this one!! Simply put, Bistango was everything you could have asked for! The food was amazing, the ambiance was nice and chill, and the service was great and all for a pretty good price considering your in NYC! The first question they asked us was whether my girlfriend or I had any food allergies. Right away that takes a lot of pressure off those who don't like being a bother with their allergies. They then brought us separate slices of bread, which I have to say, if it wasn't for the waitress telling us which slice was which, I wouldn't know what ones was the gluten-free one...it was that good. The bread was just the beginning, just about everything on the menu can be made gluten-free and honestly, you'll be hard pressed to taste the difference. Anything you eat, gluten-free or full of gluten tastes like perfection defined! By far the best gnocchi I've ever had and their lasagna is brilliant...plus doesn't hurt that they have an awesome beer selection. Will definitely go back again!!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago