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cosa fanni i NY a natale?

milano
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cosa fanni i NY a natale?

ciao a tutti,

cosa fanno i new yorkesi a natale? Ho travto alcuni ristoranti chiusi e visto che si prevede mal tempo volevo capire cosa fanno loro? Si abbuffanno a pranzi lunghissimi come da noi?

Voi che andate a NY cosa farete il giorno i natale??

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1. Re: cosa fanni i NY a natale?

Premetto che non sono mai andato a NY per le feste visto il casino di italiani che c'e cmq non fanno particolari cose si visita la città come i giorni normali l' unica differenza e' che alcuni luoghi sono chiusi

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Ciao,

Molti luoghi saranno aperti. Manhattan è un posto molto turistico e molti sanno tha un turista vuole un posto per mangiare.

Ecco un elenco di luoghi che sono aperte;

Modificato: 22 dicembre 2009, 16:05
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3. Re: cosa fanni i NY a natale?

Ciao,

Molti luoghi saranno aperti. Manhattan è un posto molto turistico e molti sanno tha un turista vuole un posto per mangiare.

Ecco un elenco di luoghi che sono aperte;

-------- CHRISTMAS EVE --------

* Aquavit

65 E. 55th St.; 212-307-7311; reserve online

On Christmas Eve, Marcus Samuelsson's Scandinavian temple will be offering its classic julbord smorgasbord from noon until 9 PM with everything from pickled herring to Swedish meatballs with cream sauce to leg of lamb. See the full menu here ($65 per person).

* Bar Breton

254 Fifth Ave.; 212-213-4999; reserve online

At this Chelsea French, a three-course holiday menu will be on tap for $36 per person.

* Bistro Ten 18

1018 Amsterdam Ave.; 212-662-7600; reserve online

In addition to its à la carte menu, Upper Westsiders can dig into this New American's $45 three-course holiday prix fixe, which includes a purée of butternut squash, pan-roasted lamb and a chocolate tart.

* Brick Lane Curry House

306-308 E. Sixth St.; 212-979-2900; reserve online

Have an Indian Christmas Eve with a three-course feast with honey-glazed Cornish hen kabab ($12), turkey pasanda ($18) and drunken plum cake soaked in rum ($6).

* Bruno Jamais

24 E. 81st St.; 212-396-3444

This Upper East Side French is doing something a bit different for Christmas Eve. Not only is the restaurant offering a $55 three-course prix fixe – think braised short ribs with parsnip pureé and broccolini, and roasted chicken with riccota spinach herb couscous – but it will also be offering live DJ music and dancing until 3 AM. Proper attire is recomended.

* Café D’Alsace

1695 Second Ave.; 212-722-5133; reserve online

Enjoy an Alsatian holiday with this Upper Eastsider's Christmas Eve menu, which includes dishes like foie gras terrine with muscat gelée ($19), homemade venison sausage on a bed of sauerkraut, lingonberry and red wine sauce ($12), and roasted rack of lamb with spinach and fingerling potatoes ($29).

* Commerce

50 Commerce St.; 212-524-2301; reserve online

This New American in the West Village will be celebrating a variety of holiday traditions, with à la carte fare including potato latkes with smoked salmon, a Christmas goose with sweet potato and red cabbage, and a take on the Feast of the Seven Fishes served in two courses.

* Esperanto

145 Ave. C; 212-505-6559

For a Christmas Eve straight from the southern hemisphere, head to this Alphabet City Nuevo Latino for complimentary feijoada, a Brazilian stew, served 7–11 PM alongside its regular à la carte menu.

* Gotham Bar & Grill

12 E. 12th St.; 212-620-4020; reserve online

Alfred Portale's Village mainstay will be offering a four-course Christmas Eve feast for $110 per person.

* I Trulli

122 E. 27th St.; 212-481-7372; reserve online

This Murray Hill Italian will be celebrating the run-up to Christmas with a Feast of the Seven Fishes, this one featuring four courses including oven-roasted oysters, Sardinian couscous with clams, saffron and tomatoes and roasted swordfish served either à la carte or family-style ($65 per adult, $35 per child 12 and under).

* James

605 Carlton Ave.; 718-942-4255

At this tiny New American in Prospect Heights, Christmas Eve will be rung in with a three-course prix fixe (and an amuse-bouche) for $75 per person.

* Klee Brasserie

200 Ninth Ave.; 212-633-8033; reserve online

In Chelsea chef Daniel Angerer is serving his regular à la carte menu along with special holiday dishes like a slow-roasted whole muscovy duck for two ($59), roasted venison with sweet potatoes and pomegranate seeds ($35), and creamless roasted chestnut soup ($11).

* Loreley

7 Rivington St.; 212-253-7077

German expats should flock to this LES biergarten on Christmas Eve for a $38, three-course menu featuring specialties like grilled pork shank with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut, vinegar- and spice-marinated roast beef with potato dumplings, and housemade apple strudel with vanilla sauce – all served with a half-liter of beer or glass of mulled Glühwein for $38.

* Marea

240 Central Park S.; 212-582-5100; reserve online

Michael White's seafood showstopper on Central Park South will be offering a Feast of the Seven Fishes prix fixe for $175 per person in addition to its regular à la carte menu.

* Osteria del Circo

120 W. 55th St.; 212-265-3636; reserve online

On Christmas Eve the Maccioni family celebrates the Feast of the Seven Fishes with a four-course dinner including spaghetti ai fruitti di mare and a salt-crusted branzino for $55 per person ($140 with wine pairings).

* Piccola Cucina

184 Prince St.; 212-625-3200

At this new SoHo Italian, Christmas Eve is being celebrated with a $75, six-course prix fixe featuring the likes of scallop with black truffles and puntarelle salad, risotto with radicchio trevisano, Gorgonzola and walnuts, and sole with tagliatelle and orange.

* Saul

140 Smith St.; 718-935-9844; reserve online

Saul Bolton's Boerum Hill classic embraces Christmas Eve with a Feast of the Seven Fishes including a ragu di frutti di mare, Maine diver scallops with sopressata, white beans and ravioli di porcini, and roasted swordfish with slow-braised collard greens ($80 per person; reservations highly recommended).

* Thalassa

179 Franklin St.; 212-941-7661; reserve online

This TriBeCan Greek seafood spot will fete the holiday with a four-course feast including calamari stuffed with Dodonis feta, parsley and pine nuts, grilled herb swordfish and molten chocolate cake with baklava ice cream for $65 per person.

Trattoria Cinque

* 363 Greenwich St.; 212-965-0555

At this TriBeCa newcomer, there will in fact be seven fishes available as part of its Feast of the Seven Fishes – think tuna carpaccio, fried shrimp pizza and lobster bisque – all of which will also be available à la carte ($105 per person).

Also open on Christmas Eve and serving from their à la carte menus (with some holiday specials thrown in for good measure): Aldea, Alto, Anthos, Aureole, both A Voce's, Bar Americain, BLT Fish, BLT Prime, BLT Steak, Braeburn, Buddakan, Café Sabarsky, Convivio, Dovetail, Gus & Gabriel, Kefi, Mesa Grill, Metrazur, SHO Shaun Hergatt and Savoy.

-------- Christmas Day -----------

* Adour

2 E. 55th St.; 212-710-2277; reserve online

In addition to its à la carte menu, Alain Ducasse's restaurant in the St. Regis will be offering a five-course holiday meal on Christmas (and Christmas Eve) featuring Maine lobster medallions, sautéed duck foie gras and diver scallops with braised yukon and leeks and winter black truffle for $125 per person. In addition, a children's menu is also available for $35.

* Armani Ristorante

717 Fifth Ave., 3rd fl.; 212-207-1902; reserve online

The restaurant will be open as usual on Christmas Eve, while on Christmas Day it will be offering a $75 per person five-course holiday prix fixe featuring a variety of pâtés, pan brioche with vegetable ragu, a Chilean sea bass fillet and, for dessert, sweet peppered bread with an ice-cream center and wild berries (11:30 AM–8 PM).

* Benoit

60 W. 55th St.; 646-943-7373; reserve online

Alain Ducasse's West 50s bistro will be open and serving both Christmas Eve and Day, offering a three-course holiday menu in addition to its à la carte options. Included in the prix fixe are dishes like lobster salad, roasted venison medallions with spaetzle and wild mushrooms, and seared black bass fillet.

* BLT Market

1430 Sixth Ave.; 212-521-6125; reserve online

Laurent Tourondel's outpost in the Ritz-Carlton will be offering its à la carte menu Christmas Eve, while on Christmas Day it will serve a three-course holiday prix fixe for $95 per person (1–9 PM).

* Blaue Gans

139 Duane St.; 212-571-8880; reserve online

Kurt Gutenbrunner’s TriBeCan German will be open on December 25, offering a special à la carte menu.

* Carmine's

200 W. 44th St.; 212-221-3800

This Midtown Southern Italian is offering holiday specials on Christmas Eve and Day that include a marinated seafood salad ($26), Chilean seabass with sea scallops, clams and mussels in a tomato-fennel broth ($48.50), and two full racks of lamb roasted with vegetables and potatoes in a rosemary sauce ($60.50).

* Cornelia Street Cafe

29 Cornelia St.; 212-989-9319; reserve online

This Village bistro is offering a holiday prix fixe feast featuring dishes like leek and sweet potato soup, roast turkey breast and warm dark chocolate bread pudding for $55 per person.

* David Burke Townhouse

133 E. 61st St.; 212-813-2121; reserve online

David Burke's Upper East Sider is offering a special $75, four-course holiday menu on Christmas and Christmas Eve in addition to its à la carte menu.

* Fishtail

135 E. 62nd St.; 212-754-1300; reserve online

Meanwhile, Burke's UES fin house will be serving a five-course take on the Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve ($55 per person), while on Christmas Day from noon to 8 PM, it will offer its regular à la carte menu with special holiday dishes.

* Kittichai

60 Thompson St.; 212-219-2000; reserve online

At this Thai in SoHo's Thompson Hotel, the holidays will be celebrated with the regular à la carte menu as well as special holiday dishes like Bangkok-style baked oysters Rockefeller, roasted goose with Thai-spiced chestnuts and a white chocolate and passion fruit soufflé with five-spice ice cream (4–10 PM on Christmas).

* Le Bernardin

155 W. 51st St.; 212-554-1515

Eric Ripert's beloved seafood restaurant is going all out for the holiday. In addition to its regular $110 prix fixe and $185 chef’s tasting menu, from December 21 through January 2 the finhouse will be offering a "holiday truffle menu" for $200 per person ($370 with wine pairings). Additionally, on December 24, 25 and 26 and January 1&endash;2, the holiday truffle menu will be available in the restaurant's private dining rooms for $220 per person ($390 with wine pairings).

* Macao Trading Co.

311 Church St.; 212-431-8750; reserve online

Both Christmas Eve and Day, this TriBeCan will be offering a family-style prix fixe featuring Chinese and Portuguese dishes like sea salt–roasted Kumamoto oysters, soup dumplings, braised beef short ribs, Maine lobster curry and more. You can check out the full menu here ($65 per person).

* Rouge Tomate

10 E. 60th St.; 646-237-8977

This New American on the Upper East Side is celebrating Christmas with a three-course menu featuring the likes of fluke ceviche with blood orange, fennel and mandarin, whole-roasted brook trout with heirloom cauliflower, almonds and chanterelles, and Nantucket bay scallops with carmelized fennel, grapefruit and pine nuts. As a bonus, all diners will also receive a comp glass of Prosecco, an amuse-bouche and a palate-cleanser.

* SD26

19 E. 26th St.; 212-265-5959

From Monday, December 21, through Christmas Eve, the May family's reimagined Italian will be taking on the classic Feast of the Seven Fishes with a seven-course menu that includes tuna tartare with oysters, wild bass ravioli in bouillabaisse sauce and traditional grilled fish ($85 per person). On Christmas Day, the restaurant will be offering a $55 three-course menu of Italian fare like sweetbreads with coffee oil and baby turnips ($55 per person; 1–9 PM).

* Tamarind

41-43 E. 22nd St.; 212-674-7400; reserve online

At this Flatiron Indian the regular à la carte menu will be on hand all day, while at lunch the $24.07 three-course "Executive" prix fixe will also be available

milano
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4. Re: cosa fanni i NY a natale?

whuaw...me li stampo subito!

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