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Balthazar Restaurant


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80 Spring St
New York, NY 10012

 (212) 965-1785

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"The night before you can watch the balloons being blown up When: November 23, 2016, from 6pm till 10pm Where: Upper West Side, runs along W. 77th and W. 81st streets, between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue (on the grounds of the American Museum of Natural History) Get a sneak peek at the stars of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade—those giant helium balloons, depicting a bevy of pop culture characters—as they spring to life on Manhattan's Upper West Side (the parade's starting point), on the eve of parade day. This is a good link about the parade:"  See More

"My top picks for breakfast would be Jack's Wife Freda and Balthazar Restaurant Both are walkable from Mulberry Street."  See More

"Balthazar Restaurant and Parm are both fun local places for dinner."  See More

"Hello Noelle, First let me say, congratulations on one year, and may you have many, many happy one in the years to come. If I may, I'd like to suggest three restaurants that I have always though of as being very romantic. The first is the Russian Tea Room. It oozes with old world charm, and has done so since 1927. The décor is inspired by modernist Russian designers, and the menu is a surviving example of fine, continental cuisine. It's been featured in countless movies (including Tootsie and Manhattan) and has long been a must for people from all walks of life. ."  See More

"A few recommends from this New Yorker: Urbanspace Vanderbilt, Eataly, Coffee Shop, Sant Ambroeus, Balthazar Restaurant, Félix & L'Express."  See More

"Balthazar Restaurant - an older place but still excellent, and has great hours too, open late."  See More

"We enjoyed a fabulous meal at Balthazar Restaurant There were 10 of us and we thoroughly enjoyed the experience."  See More

"On the Lower East Side, go to Tenement Museum (!"  See More

"Try Babbo, Minetta Tavern (Their black label burger is something I still dream about - but it's tough to get in, even at the bar), Momofuku Noodle Bar, Má Pêche, Balthazar Restaurant, and many others."  See More

"If you want a people watching French restaurant I would recommend Balthazar Restaurant."  See More

"Here are my top picks: Buddakan STK Downtown Lure Fishbar Balthazar Restaurant SUSHISAMBA (West Village) The Dutch Aquagrill David Burke Kitchen CATCH ROOF Spice Market I hope this was not too overwhelming."  See More

"You should meander and see many great shops, stop in to get food at a variety of places, like Lombardi's Pizza, Russ & Daughters, Balthazar Restaurant, but there are many more small great places to find."  See More

"And walking distance to PUBLIC, Balthazar Restaurant, and Prune."  See More

"If you want to go very high end, and maybe even see a celebrity, try Balthazar Restaurant or Pastis."  See More

"Balthazar Restaurant which either one would be worth your while."  See More

"Several people have mentioned Balthazar Restaurant which is the closest New York comes to a Parisian baguette or croissant."  See More

"Since you like baked goods, I suggest Balthazar Restaurant."  See More

"Breakfast at Balthazar Restaurant is a classic."  See More

"Balthazar Restaurant is great for late night dining."  See More

"Finally, I know it’s become insanely trendy, but I still love me some Balthazar Restaurant."  See More








   
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