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New York, New York
Joined Oct 2011
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13 Loved Places

Listings

  • Veselka East Village, New York
  • Five Points East Village, New York
  • Becco Hell's Kitchen, New York
  • The Noho Star West Village, New York
  • East of Eighth Chelsea, New York
  • Home West Village, New York

Cities

  • GDnyc
    GDnyc reviewed Doughnut Plant Over a year ago
    Loves it

    And you thought Krispy Kreme was good!
    Doughnut nirvana has arrived at the Chelsea Hotel. Second NYC location for Mark Isreal's mini-chain. You'll enjoy the doughnut pillow wall hangings and if you're like us you'll be blown away by doughnuts such as peanut butter & jelly and coconut cream--simply orgasmic!

  • GDnyc
    GDnyc reviewed L'arte del Gelato Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Top Quality Gelato Without the Attitude
    Not only is L'Arte del Gelato some of the best gelato in NYC, it is moderately priced for Manhattan. They are a bit skimpy at the Chelsea Market location and not as friendly. The servers at the W Village location are often cute and polite.

  • GDnyc
    GDnyc reviewed Keste Pizza & Vino Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Best pizza this side of Vesuvius!
    Authentic Neapolitan-style pizza in the West Village. They don't take reservations, but go at around 2:45 and there shouldn't be a problem. They close at 3:30 and reopen for dinner at 5pm. Ask for the Burrata pizza special--it really will change your life!

  • GDnyc
    GDnyc reviewed Num Pang Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Super Tasty Cambodian Sandwich Anyone?
    Try the Duroc Pulled Pork sandwich here just once and you'll be hooked. This small shop with a few stools upstairs serves six "classic" sandwiches like Hoisin Veal Meatballs and Coconut Tiger Shrimp plus 4 or 5 seasonal specials. With a refreshing watermelon juice or a Virgil's Root Beer you have a great meal for less than13 bucks! For dessert, meet a cute NYU student as you wait ;-)

  • GDnyc
    GDnyc reviewed Etcetera Etcetera Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Fabulous Italian in Theater District
    We can certainly recommend the veal/raisin-filled ravioli with butter, pancetta, and sage as either an appetizer or entree. The fennel soup was also delicious. The service was friendly and efficient at this clean design restaurant near the Broadway theaters.