Things to do in New York City (US)

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Bâtard (French restaurant)
239 W Broadway
4.5

Bâtard is most popular around 7 PM on Fridays. Visitors usually stay 2 hours here. It's most quiet on Thursdays.

James Beard Foundation BEST NEW RESTAURANT 2015 - Drew Nieporent’s long commitment to Tribeca continues in the space that housed the legendary Montrachet with Michelin-starred dining at Bâtard. Diners have the flexibility to order a la carte with a 2-course minimum that represents excellent value

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Kura (Japanese restaurant)
130 St Marks Pl
4.8

Kura is most popular around 7 PM on Tuesdays. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

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The Lobby Bar (Bar)
180 Ludlow St
4.4

Visitors usually stay 1-2,5 hours here.

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Thyme Bar (Bar)
20 W 23rd St, Cellar
4.4

Visitors usually stay 1-2,5 hours here.

Entering Flatiron’s underground hideaway, Thyme Bar is a cocktail lounge nestled beneath 23rd street in a historic pre-war cellar under Patisserie Chanson. The current menu at Thyme Bar offers an unforgettable multi-sensory experience committed to revolutionizing what constitutes a "cocktail"in taste, aroma, and presentation. It’s about providing a timeless experience to everyone who visits Thyme Bar.

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Sushi Noz (Sushi restaurant)
181 E 78th St
4.6

Sushi Noz is most popular around 6 PM on Wednesdays. Visitors usually stay 1-3 hours here. It's most quiet on Fridays.

Compact counter for high-end, seasonal edomae sushi, served omakase in a wood-lined space

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Two E Bar/Lounge (Bar)
2 E 61st St
4.4



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