Wine and Dine

Sylvia's truely had the best soul food in all of New York. Go on a Sunday and stay for the Gospel Sunday Dinner.
A three course meal that will cause to you unbutton the top of your pants.
I reccomend the fried chicken, mashed potatoes, collard greens, macarroni and cheese, and the peach cobbler for desert.
Rice and Beans was the tiniest restuarant I've ever been in. My dorm room is larger, but this small space, packs a big tasty meal.
Delicious chicken, steak, fish and yes, a never ending supply of rice and beans. I got a yummy chocolate mousse for desert, and my friends highly reccomended the flan.
Gray's Papaya Hot Dogs were probably the most delicous hotdogs on the planet. Not only are the dogs juicy, but at $.75 each, they are all the more tastier.
Stardust Diner was a cross between a karoake bar and 50's diner.
However, it's not tone-deaf tourists singing, but rather the classically trained waitstaff looking for their big break.
Everyone should go to Tavern on the Green at least once in their lifetime, just to be spoiled and pampered in the ornate splendor that is the Crystal Room.
The food was delicious too.
All I have to say about Ferrara is that you shouldn't leave Little Italy without visiting there.
I had to bring back a dozen canollis on the plane with me because it was just that good.

authored by:Sarah Fields