Nearly 1,000 restaurants are included in this latest edition of the most trusted guide to eating well in New York. Concise reviews by the city's most respected food writers are enhanced by original features not found in any other restaurant guide, including: ambience, recommended dishes and complete price ranges for an accurate estimate of your final bill.
Only "The New York Times Restaurant Guide 2004" provides you with:
* The very best restaurants as ranked by "The Times'" star-rating system.
* The best restaurants in every neighborhood.
* The best inexpensive restaurants in every neighborhood.
* William Grimes' take on the latest trends in food and restaurants, and Eric Asimov's lists of the best places in New York for everything from oysters and sushi to the best places to eat with children.
* New features on the best places for all-American favorites and New York classics, from burgers to pastrami.
* Helpful lists that locate restaurants according to the type of cuisine they serve.
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