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Where to Eat During NYC Restaurant Week, Winter 2018

It is that time of year again! New York City Restaurant Week starts on January 22nd and will last until February 9th and this year has quite the diverse and eclectic mix of restaurants. Lunch is only $29 and dinner is $42. Here are some of our recommendations on where to eat during NYC Restaurant…

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January 19, 2018

Six Underrated Restaurants in New York City

There are so many restaurants in New York City that some great restaurants are bound to be overlooked. Here are six underrated restaurants in New York City. We have had some of the most delicious dishes that we have ever eaten from restaurants on the list to follow. Prime & Beyond – 90 E 10th St New York City is home to a number of top steakhouses like Peter Luger, Morton’s and The Palm. One often overlooked and underrated steakhouse is Prime & Beyond in the East Village. It is sort of a fusion of Korean cuisine with the traditional American steakhouse. Simply, we have had some of the juiciest, tender, flavorful steaks at Prime & Beyond. You can choose from wet aged and dry aged steak and there are several cuts available like T-bone, NY Strip, filet mignon, rib…

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August 23, 2013

Ahoy New York’s Favorite Dishes from NYC Restaurant Week 2013

August 16th unfortunately marks the end of another Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week is always a great opportunity to try different restaurants around the city – we made sure to try plenty of new places and Restaurant Week menus. Here are some of Ahoy New York’s favorite dishes along with pictures from Restaurant Week 2013. La…

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August 16, 2013

New York City on $40 a Day

Here at Ahoy we used to be huge fans of the Food Network show, $40.00 a day. On the show, Rachael Ray would go on a one day trip to various cities around the world and have a limited budget of $40.00. With the $40.00, she would enjoy three meals and sample the best of the local cuisine. New York City has a reputation of not necessarily being a “cheap” place to visit, but it sure does have some great bargains and we are certain that in one day you can sample some of the best cuisine that NYC has to offer on your own $40.00 budget. Here are some suggestions. Enjoy! Breakfast: Doughnut Plant – 379 Grand Street You can’t get off to a better start to the day than with a doughnut and coffee from the Doughnut Plant,…

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February 15, 2013

The Best Shopping & Food Options in South Street Seaport and Pier 17

The historic South Street Seaport district was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy just over three months ago. This area of NYC is still in rebuilding mode. While many shops and restaurants are still closed, several have since reopened and the neighborhood is slowly but noticeably getting back to normal. With that in mind, we’d like to highlight some the best shopping and dining options in South Street Seaport and Pier 17 that you can visit today. Christmas in New York – Pier 17 Mall, 2nd Floor Other than a few restaurants in the third floor, Pier 17 is open for business. One of our favorite shops in Pier 17 is Christmas in New York where you can get Christmas ornaments and other Christmas themed items all year round. Tabasco Grill – Pier 17 Mall, 3rd Floor You can take a…

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February 1, 2013

Top Ten Steakhouses in New York City

Steakhouses are iconic staples of New York City cuisine. Few things in the world are more satisfying than a juicy, mammoth sized steak. On that note, here are our Top Ten Steakhouses in New York City. Peter Luger Steak House – 178 Broadway, Brooklyn Any list of the top ten steakhouses in New York City…

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September 7, 2012