Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, for the first time or the fortieth, New York City never fails to excite visitors with its heart-pounding mix of museums, theaters, restaurants, shopping and must-see attractions. Dubbed “The City That Never Sleeps,” it’s a world stage of finance, politics, art and media – entertaining and engaging all in a melting pot of culture, creativity and tenacity.
Step Into a Parisian Bistro
Capturing the easy elegance of a Paris bistro, Café Un Deux Trois has been a Times Square fixture since 1977, long before the words "bistro fare" made their way into our collective culinary lexicon. Fast-forward some 37 years and little has changed. The mosaic floors, massive columns, crystal chandeliers and cozy banquettes still set the stage for classic bistro dishes that will transport you to the City of Lights. Actors, locals and in-the-know visitors to New York gather here for Les Endives au Roquefort, Escargot de Bourgogne, Boeuf Bourguignon and the ever-popular Steak Frites. On Saturdays and Sundays, a prix fixe menu – at just $22 per person – is one of New York's best brunch bargains. A glass of Chardonnay, Eggs Florentine and a piping hot cup of coffee...ah, Paris without all that packing.
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