The Edible Guide

Our picks for where to eat, drink and shop in the city.

Neighborhood: Midtown West


Like a rose that blossoms out of a sidewalk crack, Tagine sweetens the NYC theatre district with an exotic and alluring perfume. Moroccan lamps,…

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Per Se

Opened in 2004, Per Se is Thomas Keller’s legendary New York interpretation of The French Laundry in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle….

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Hudson Hotel

An energetic social hub filled with urban adventure and daredevil design, Hudson takes convention and turns it on its head. Born from the innovative…

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Westerly Natural Market

Westerly Natural Market offers a large selection of nutritional supplements, organic produce, all natural groceries, and environmentally friendly body care products. They believe their…

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Williams-Sonoma at Columbus Circle

Williams-Sonoma offers professional quality cookware, bakeware and gourmet food. Visit their premier kitchen store in Columbus Circle to shop their products, create a wedding registry, and participate in their technique and cooking classes.

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Cinnamon Snail

Do you remember when there was practically nothing quick and tasty to eat around Penn Station? If you were getting on a train, you’d…

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Amish Market

These grocery stores are Amish in name only—no bonnets, suspenders, or buggies in sight. With the exception of a few nominal Amish touches at the downtown branch—baskets hanging from the eaves and a rack of plain china in the upstairs eating area—this is a thoroughly Manhattan gourmet and takeout shop, complete with dozens of deli sandwiches, wraps and panini, brick-oven pizza, sushi, pasta and a range of hot dishes.

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Odyssey Wine and Spirits

Odyssey Wine and Spirits believes wine shopping should be a fun adventure. Their friendly staff will guide you to the right selection. Ask them any question…you’ll find no wine snobs there. Come in and enjoy the Odyssey.

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Porter House New York

Michael Lomonaco has returned to the city’s fine-dining stage, with a restaurant called Porter House New York. As the name suggests, it’s a steakhouse. But there’s plenty of seafood on the menu (clams casino, caviar), numerous varieties of porterhouse (veal, lamb, pork, beef), and no kumquats or rhubarb stalks in sight.

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