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If the idea of vegan sushi does not rock your boat, take this-the vegetable sushi at Beyond Sushi are absolutely delicious. Chef Guy knows how to make the most of his fruit-and-vegetable palette, and more importantly, what to make of it. As if creating Sushi were an art, their sushi rolls come with layer upon layer of surprise. The menu is creative and extensive, to say the least. You can start off with side salads or noodle salads, and then commence on serious sushi business and call for something like Spicy Mang or Green Machine. They serve desserts to conclude the dining.
Starting out as a humble food cart more than a decade ago, The Halal Guys today has become somewhat of a street food icon in the bustling Manhattan metropolis. Originally targeted at night-owls and workers looking for cost-effective food at unearthly hours, the food stall today attracts New Yorkers in droves thanks to their ever-popular chicken and rice with a dash of their spicy sauces. Falafels, pita, gyro and a few other choices complete the limited menu. As the name suggests, all of the food is halal. Though available at limited times during evenings and through nights, The Halal Guys have managed to give the busy intersection of 53rd Street and 6th Avenue, a heavenly aroma and food identity of its own.
Set amidst stores and restaurants, Lucky's Famous Burgers is nestled in the neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen. Opened in 2005, this burger joint is a great place to visit. Using locally-available ingredients like meat and vegetables, this eatery prepares juicy burgers and hot dogs. With red and yellow-colored interiors and friendly staff, this fast food joint has a lively ambience. Lucky's Famous Burgers also has another branch on West 23rd Street in New York.
Two pizza superstars, Roberto Caporuscio and his mentor Antonio Starita join forces to bring Midtown this mind-blowing and authentic Neapolitan pizzeria. Crust, sauce, cheese and oven are the way they have always been since pizza came to New York, bursting with flavor and authenticity. As for toppings, diners can choose to go the traditional route or get more creative. Their 50 different pizzas range from plain burratta mozzarella to the "Pope's Pizza" topped with butternut squash, zucchini, roasted peppers, smoked buffalo mozzarella and basil. Don Antonio also serves a delicious selection of appetizers, paninis and salads.
Lauded for her delicacies and sweet treats, Sarabeth Levine, the celebrated pastry chef showcases her talent with the eclectic menu at Sarabeth's. Serving American cuisine consisting of dishes like Maryland jumbo lump crab cake sandwich, crispy duck breast, Icelandic salmon and Sarabeth's chicken pot pie, the rich food is well complemented with impeccable desserts like the Flying Saucer ice cream sandwich, Meyer lemon meringue tart and Stewart's root beer float. The venue entices the guests offering them a cozy home-environment to enjoy their meal at leisure.
T.G.I. Friday's outlet in the Theater district is quite unlike its other restaurants, as it is priced quite higher than the others. The food is their regular American fare, that includes everything from sandwiches and burgers to seafood, salads, pasta, desserts and a lot more. They also have a special menu for kids. The drinks list is quite good too, with a range of cocktails and beers being available.