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Pastry Shops and Bakeries
Veniero's BakeryDessert Restaurants
342 East 11th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue in the East Village. 212-674-7070. This wonderful store and café has been making and serving the greatest pastries and baked goods since 1894. This is the sweetest of New York's treasures. It's the most beautiful array of pastries and cakes that you will ever see or taste. They make everything from cookies, mousse, cannoli, croissants, napoleons and tiramisu to New York Style Cheesecake. They cater, deliver and do special orders. You can even enjoy your treat there in the pretty café. Worth every calorie!
Serendipity 3 RestaurantThai Restaurants
225 East 60th Street between Second and Third Avenue. Average sundae: $8. Marilyn Monroe and Danny DeVito have enjoyed this whimsical dessert parlor. There's plenty to look at when you and the family enjoy your frozen hot chocolates in this kid friendly famous dessert institution.
Vong RestaurantCuban Restaurants
200 East 54th Street at Third Avenue 212-486-9592. Average main course $28. Jean Georges Vongerichten started this French-Thai combination of fusion 8 years ago. The food is elegantly prepared and served in a pretty décor of gold leaf antiques. This is your uptown Thai connection.
Victor's Café RestaurantKorean Restaurants
236 West 52nd Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue. 212-586-7714. Average main course $20. The father of Manhattan Cuban restaurants now for 30 years. Great food.
Dok Suni RestaurantPizzeria Restaurants
119 First Avenue between 7th Street and St. Marks Place. 212-477-9506. Average main course $12. Korean home cooking.
John's Pizzeria Restaurant
278 Bleecker Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenue. 212-243-1680. Medium pizza $10. Brick oven pizza that gets "best pizza" awards. Enjoy your pizza in a wooden booth and listen to some Sinatra on the jukebox.
Arturo's Pizzeria Restaurant
106 West Houston Street at Thompson Street in Greenwich Village near Soho. 212-677-3820. Average main course is a large pizza for $12.00. Its coal-oven pizza is served with a live jazz trio! A lively village scene.
2287 First Avenue between East 117th and East 118th Street. 212-534-9783. Large pizza $10. Patsy's turns 70 in 2003. Great pizza every time.