Christmas New York restaurant Guide 2013

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Christmas New York Restaurant Guide 2013: Where to go for your Christmas dinner?

23 November 2013
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The Christmas New York Restaurant Guide 2013 is out!

They say that Christmas time in New York is amazing. Well, luckily I’ll be here to find out! :)
We are going to make our own Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve. But if you’re in New York you probably want to know where to find the best and cozy restaurants. We haven’t visited all of them (yet), but I know these are really nice ones. They’re romantic and the food is awesome. It’s (still) possible to make a reservation (not always the case here in New York). Go for a long brunch or a late dinner.

We would love to hear where you ended up!

Name: Exchange Alley
Address: 424 E 9th Street, East Village
What: We had dinner here before and we’ll be back on the 2nd day of Christmas! You can read more about Exchange Alley in this post.
Name: Dirt Candy
Address: 430 East 9th Street, East Village
What: Perfect place for al you vegetarians out there. It’s hard to get a table so make your reservation on time.

Name: The Musket Room
Address: 265 Elizabeth Street, Nolita
What: The best food, beautiful ambiance. For more about the Musket Room read this post.

Name: Maison Premiere
Address: 298 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
What: Ah yes! Our favorite! Make a reservation via Open Table.
But first read this blog post about Maison Premiere.
Name: Betony
Address: 41 West 57th Street, Midtown West
What: Stunning restaurant in Central Park area. Reviews are incredibly positive. Still on our wish list.

Name: Glasserie
Address: 95 Commercial St, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
What: Recently opened in the lovely Greenpoint. In case you would like to try a new hit in another hood.

Name: Vinegar Hill House
Address: 72 Hudson Avenue, Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn.
What: Small and so cute and cozy restaurant in an even cuter street.

Name: Aurora
Address: 70 Grand Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
What: Lovely Italian restaurant in hip Williamsburg.

Name: Piora
Address: 430 Hudson Street, Greenwich Village
What: Is also on out list. Nice decor, promising menu. Beautiful neighborhood.

PS: more hotspots are in the New York Little Black Book. A city guide to New York with the best restaurants, shops and things to do. Every week I will post new adventures on Your Little Black Book so stay tuned for the latest gems I spotted!

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