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Her Take: A Touch of Creativity at Eatery NYC

Kyle and I visited Eatery NYC in 2011, and I can still remember how impressed I was with the menu. From the Tempura Calamari to the Ricotta Meatloaf, each dish is familiar, yet added to with a twist of creativity. The calamari for example comes with fresh mango and white ponzu sauce, a pairing that I would …

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1. Order the calamari if you like seafood. The dipping sauce that comes with it is amazing.

2. Since the food isn’t overly expensive, go crazy and order an appetizer as well as dessert.

3. This place is perfect for a pre-theater meal. Grab dinner here then head out after for an evening show.

Kyle and I visited Eatery NYC in 2011, and I can still remember how impressed I was with the menu. From the Tempura Calamari to the Ricotta Meatloaf, each dish is familiar, yet added to with a twist of creativity. The calamari for example comes with fresh mango and white ponzu sauce, a pairing that I would never think of, but complemented the appetizer perfectly.

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Another great point about this place is the prices. The service and taste is comparable to something you would find at a fine dining restaurant, yet most of the main dishes range from $14-$25, which for New York is nothing short of amazing. When Kyle and I visited in April 2011 both of us had recently graduated from university, and decided to take one last vacation before entering the real world. Considering our last hurrah came when our back accounts had been sufficiently drained through late night drinking and poutine in Montreal, any restaurant that offered a good bang for your buck was much welcomed. Eatery NYC hit this target perfectly.

For those visiting New York, head to Eatery NYC and dine on updated American classics before catching a theater show or walking through Central Park. Your wallet and stomach will be forever grateful.

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