If you hit Lido in the evening, you’d just assume it was another reliable, slightly romantic neighborhood Italian place. And it is. But if you visit on a weekend day, you’ll find a bottomless brunch situation that people take very seriously. For $16, you’ll get two hours of all the mimosas you want, along with brunch food that’s certainly not mind-blowing, but also much better than it needs to be after an hour of never-ending mimosas.
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Kingston is a casual Jamaican restaurant on 116th Street in Harlem with a fun bar and really good jerk chicken.
Harlem Shake falls somewhere in between Johnny Rockets, Shake Shack, and Cafe Habana. We're looking forward to this spot becoming our new Harlem neighborhood staple.
Few restaurants in this city feel as alive as Red Rooster in Harlem - the atmosphere is incredible.
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Antica Pesa is both crazy and endearing, and a far cry from some of the other restaurants around here that hand you some food and a paper napkin and then wait for you to leave.
Vic’s in Noho is a restaurant to keep in your back pocket for when you need something easy and good.
Uva is a rustic, cozy little Italian Upper East Side spot that is ideal for date night, mostly because it’s easy.
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Clay is an American restaurant in Harlem that’s perfect for a special-but-not-too-formal dinner with a date or your family.
A brick-walled, all-day Harlem spot for Jamaican, American, and British food that serves brunch every day.
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