New York City: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets

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New York City: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets

In October, I had the pleasure of hitting up New York City again. It had been awhile. Place is still fresh.

Here are my favorite spots to hit up like a jay of Northern Lights #5.

Dream Hotel -355 West 16th Street
Ill spot. Rooftop is dope. So is the lounge. Might be hard to get in, I was with a Model girl so entry was academic.

Kenmare – 98 Kenmare St
Ripped this spot from pillar to post. Met and swooped fly Model girl I went with to above spot. Heard it closed from my contacts for a bit since I went.

The Darby – 244 West 14th Street
Pretty good. Pretty good. Like Mekhi Phifer says in 8 Mile.

El Castillo De Jagua – 113 Rivington St
Old school favorite of mine for a grind.

Les Enfants Terribles – 37 Canal Street
Another move I like.

La Esquina – (F*ck the address thing. Look it up yourself. I am kicking the solid gold sh*t. You can do some of the work.)
Dope spot. Models. Can you dig it?

Cocktail spot. Some swoops to be had. To the brain.

Jane Hotel

Decently good.

Raouls –
Love this spot. I would marry it, if I believed in marriage. But I don’t. Still, the steak tartare, cocktails, and conversation (and swoops) are worth their weight in Gold Eagle Coins.

Love this place for lunch. And Dinner. And I probably would love it for breakfast if I was ever up that early. Hell, I would spend 24 hours a day here if they would let me. A perfect restaurant. Hell, even the water temperature of the tap water they serve you is perfect. Steak tartare go off, non-stop.

No restaurant in America has as many stunningly beautiful girls per capita. Like the downstairs. Love the upstairs. It’s on like Vietnam.

Casa Mono
For my comida Espanola fix. And I need that fix more than a heron addict needs heron.


Grammercy Tavern
Love this spot. Real illmatic.

Mondrian Hotel Bar
Good for early night swoops and warm up cocktails. You like “warm up cocktails” right?

Yonah Schimmel’s Knishes Bakery
Old school favorite.

Spice Market
Still smooth.

Mercer Kitchen

Lure Fish Bar
Good for a “transition cocktail” and a swoop.

Mercer Hotel
Yeah, yeah.

Soho Grand Hotel
Still kreeg. (That’s Kauai slang for those that don’t know)


Del Posto

Minetta Tavern
If this place was an Exotic Dancer, I might even spring for a lap dance. Maybe.

Blue Hill
I am down.

60 Thompson Hotel

Circa Tabac
One word: Grits

Café Boulud
Word up.

Blue Ribbon
Down like King Kong. And Donkey Kong. And I drop Game bombs.

If this place was a beek, I would snort it.

Some of my people don’t like it, but they roll out the red carpet for your humble author. Could be the Custom Suit. Could be the fat Bankroll. Or the winning personality. Not sure which one. Hard to track. Do I care? No.

Eleven Madison Park
I will pay for the bill, and float a heavy tip.

Lombardis Pizza
Great mid-day grind, while dissing that weesh actor guy from HBO’s Entourage.

Russ And Daughters
Come on? Place is straight grindy.

Katz Deli
Russ And Daughters or Katz? Great question. I think I will split time 50-50. And I don’t mean that spot in Miami Beach either.

Per Se
Tom Keller delivers on the Eastside.

Osteria Morini
Mid-day bar grind? For sure.

Jean-Georges Restaurant

Le Bernardin
Especially for fresh seafood on a Monday. One of the few places I will eat seafood on a Monday.

21 Club
My friend has this place on lock. I have to admit I am kind of jealous.

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8 Comments on "New York City: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets"

  1. The G Manifesto
    28/12/2011 at 10:47 am Permalink

    Nicely done.

    Perhaps you could a write up about Chicago area hotspots sometime?


  2. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    28/12/2011 at 11:30 am Permalink

    Kris –

    I would love too, but I don’t think I am fully qualified.

    I only spent a long weekend there this year.

    Dope city though.

    – MPM

  3. The G Manifesto
    28/12/2011 at 1:26 pm Permalink

    Nice datasheet!

    MPM- How about one for L.A./Beverly Hills?

  4. The G Manifesto
    Jim Kirk
    28/12/2011 at 9:48 pm Permalink

    Pegu and ’60 Thom’ are within walking distance up West Broadway. You want a laugh – 60 Thompson was the site of the German Nun’s convent and school where my grandfather attended circa 1920. The place was torn down 30 years ago.

    Pegu is across West Brodway from the 6 floor walkup where my great-grandparents lived when they got off the boat from Germany around 1900. ‘To the Head’ – you kid not. Stuff must be 110% proof but you don’t feel it going down or for hours after. The big bouncer at the door reminds me of Bob Sapp of K1 fame.

    15 more places to try . . . Damn and Thanks.

  5. The G Manifesto
    13/02/2012 at 5:52 am Permalink

    Hey G, there’s something like 5 Cipriani in NYC. Which one are you referring to?

  6. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    13/02/2012 at 9:16 am Permalink

    Vicious –

    376 West Broadway New York, New York 10012

    – MPM

  7. The G Manifesto
    Tek Monet
    22/02/2012 at 1:46 pm Permalink

    Wattup G! Thanks for droppin the 411. I’m gonna roll dolo to NY in April for a few days and was wondering which hotel you would recommend for setting up home base(bank roll not an issue).

    Keep doin what you’re doin!

  8. The G Manifesto
    Rebecca W.
    04/05/2012 at 2:24 pm Permalink

    I have to second your thought of living at Balthazar 24 hours a day. The last time I was there, the waitress poured three glasses of champagne and charged me for one, and didn’t rush service or the bill. I think the clientele is hit and miss, but I didn’t care that day. Could have stayed there for hours. Cheers!

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