Subject: New York City
dear covadonga,

eating in new york

in Soho Le Streghe 331 West Broadway at Grand St. reasonably priced italian Fanelli's 94 Prince St. at Mercer extremely old fashioned bar/restaurant Broome St. Pub Corner of Broome and West Broadway hamburgers

in Little Italy Benitos II Mulberry Street There are fifty restaurants in little italy to choose from. Just walk on Mulberry Street between Grand St. and West Houston.

in Greenwich Village Piccolo Angolo 621 Hudson Jane Street. Sumptuous and savory italian Tortilla Flats 767 Washington St. at W. 12th. Intentionally tacky tex-mex... a fun spot with good cheap food There are literally hundreds of restaurants in the West and East Village

Flatiron District Mesa Grill 102 Fifth Ave. (between 15th & 16th). Bobby Flay's (Food Network) southwestern cuisine.

Upper West Side On Columbus Avenue between 69th and 81st (one block west or behind the Museum of Natural History) there are numerous restaurants and boutiques. I suggest going to a bookstore and purchasing a 2003 Zagat Survey of New York City Restaurants. It's broken down by neighborhood, most popular, by cuisine, by food ranking, etc., etc....approximately 15 euros. I find it invaluable.

Shopping Street vendors on Canal Street between West Broadway and Broadway Street Vendors on Broadway between Canal and West Houston All of Greenwich Village

Walk Visit the Guggenheim Museum; E88th St. & Fifth Ave.(Frank Lloyd Wright design) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art; E82nd St. & Fifth Ave.....walk through beautiful Central Park to the Museum of Natural History on W 81st St. and Central Park West.

I have more information if you desire; wine bars, beer bars, more restaurants, etc.