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Jorge from Mexico City asked

Best restaurants in New York for Christmas?

Not too expensive. We´re a family of five. What are the best restaurants in NY for Christmas?

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mia from Knoxville

any of the restaurants across the street from The Metropolitan Opera are reasonably priced compared to the 'New York Price' not to mention they each include a stunning view of the opera house all lit up with the fountain in front... #hearteyesemoji 


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Raman from New York City

Tough one to answer without more specifications on what kinda food your're looking for. Cafe Mogador is one of my fav spots in nyc 


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Rocio from Costa Rica

Hola Jorge. I especially recommend two. Friend of a Farmer located in Gramercy Park. It has 2 fireplaces, homey atmosphere an exquisite American country/farm cuisine style. If you prefer European gastronomy, I also recommend Maison, a beautiful French bistro that offers Mediterranean tapas and roasted chicken at reasonable prices.

Hope this helps!


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Matt from New York City

There are lots of correct answers here, so I have some clarifying questions:

Why does the season matter? Are you looking for a restaurant that will emit a certain holiday vibe?

What are the ages of your children?

Do you prefer to make reservations, or to walk in whenever the family gets hungry?


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Regan from Brooklyn

Can you give me an idea of budget per person? A modest NYC restaurant will run about 40 per person with tip and maybe one drink.


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Andrea from Los Angeles

My strategy is to make lunch my high end meal when in NYC. That gives me the experience of a top-rated restaurant with less expense. Then dinner is more on the casual & fun side, usually offbeat ethnic cuisine. I use Zagat to help me locate the best choices for our family. My fave this year is @Balthazar, in Soho. Their moules frites is beyond awesome.


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