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Funny place, decent burguers, nothing else
What's special about this dark burguer joint is that it's semi-hidden inside the lobby of an elegant hotel! There's usually a queue outside (inside the lobby), so if it's peak meal time and you don't want to stand for a while, or are far from the place, perhaps not worth going there to eat.
Food is very informal, handed to you wrapped in paper after ordering at the bar. Patrons manage (read: fight) for seating themselves. Therefore, not apt for large groups! Don't plan for long table talk or or lazy coffee after lunch; people come and go fast. Decoration is decadent, eclectic (Mexican and political references, pop culture, trash movies, etc). Burguers are good, and it's not expensive. Funny place, but nothing more than that.
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Authentic caffè with plenty of History
Historic Italian joint. Read about it on the internet (or, once there, on the brochure/menu).
Authentic coffee; a relief considering the massive, watery coffe that is ubiquitous in Manhattan!
Tiny tables. Usually crammed, but not too loud (mostly people studying or reading, couples chatting)
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Pleasant environment, tasty American food
Good American food (hamburgers, sandwiches, etc) and an oyster bar. TVs show sport events.
If the weather is nice, ask to get seated outside: there is no traffic (it's a pedestrian square right by the river), and the views are to the Hudson, New Jersey and (in the horizon), the Statue of Liberty.