Question by Jill: Is the Jekyll and Hyde Club in NYC a good place for an 18 year old birthday party?
I want to have my birthday party at the Jekyll and Hyde Club and was wondering how it is and if it would be fun for a bunch of 18/17 year olds.
Answer by Jamerican Steve
It is fine. Mars 2112 is another place as well.
Alice's Tea Cup
102 West 73rd St
This quaint Alice in Wonderland themed tea shop is a fun choice for lunch or afternoon tea with your kids (they serve over a hundred varieties) -- and the scones and sandwiches are good too. The menu includes homemade babyfood. Ambience is light, feminine, and friendly.
The Barking Dog Luncheonette
1453 York Ave. between 77th and 78th St.
This canine named restaurant appeals to the stroller set as well as to older folks. It features a mostly standard American menu of big salads, club sandwiches, burgers, and dishes like meat loaf and pot roast—ironically, no dogs allowed, but kids will like the menu.
200 W. 44th St., near Broadway
Carmine's simple and very popular concept is to serve every meal in the style of an Italian American wedding feast - which means large portions of homestyle antipasti, pastas, seafood and meat entrees served on large platters designed for sharing. And when we say large, we mean large. An entree here could easily feed three to four average eaters. If you are in the market for better than average family-style Italian food that is served in huge portions at reasonable prices, this is the place for you.
Portions are huge, table manners are optional, and the barbecue is messy and perfect for kids. Dallas BBQ serves hamburger, cheeseburger, steaks, chili dogs, ribs, catfish—any critter that previously moved gets barbecued here. Try the hot wings served with cool ranch. Five locations throughout the New York metropolitan area and they do groups, parties, and events.
210 Tenth Ave
In recent years, New York has lost most of its classic Streamline diners. Yet this perennial favorite remains in northwest Chelsea, serving up everything from burgers to kid-friendly grilled cheese.
105 Reade St., near W. Broadway
Elegant Tribeca seafood restaurant, where families wearing lobster bibs can eat oysters, florida shrimp and and crispy calamari. Kids will appreciate the barbecue shrimp. Best to make reservations in advance.
9 E. 46th St., near Madison Ave.
Typical sushi fare, rolling by on a conveyor belt, california rolls and edamame are big with the kids-- one of Japan’s largest sushi chains.
Hard Rock Café
Located in the center of the city, heart of Times Square, the Hard Rock Cafe New York will rock your senses with tantalizing food and drinks and an awe-inspiring rock memorabilia collection. Priceless pieces from legends The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Billy Joel, The Ramones and Elvis Presley grace the cafe walls along with more contemporary items including stage costumes worn by Madonna and Gwen Stefani. The Times Square cafe also features rock 'n' roll memorabilia from Hard Rock's unmatched collection, including artists with New York ties, such as John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, The Ramones and Bruce Springsteen.
Island Burgers & Shakes
766 Ninth Ave., near 51st St.
Some of thickest burgers in the city with 50 different topping combinations, and you can get anything on the menu as a chicken sandwich instead of hamburger. Even their delicious salads are big! The decor is bright, fun and relaxed. It's a perfect place for lunch in the midtown area or for a quick dinner. If the kids are impressed really big food, parents are certain to score big here.
Jekyll & Hyde Club
1409 Sixth Ave., near 57th St.
A haunted mansion restaurant with four floors of live interactive entertainment and spooky special effects. The menu is fairly standard pub fare—with buffalo wings, burgers, and fries—but have the kids order the "Chop'em up Salad" or the "Mummy Burger" for kicks. Your kids will love it.
205 E. Houston St., at Ludlow St.
Born on the Lower East Side in 1888, with its famous decades-old signs such as "Send a salami to your boy in the army" and window display of thank-you letters from former U.S. presidents, Katz's has repeatedly earned the moniker of most authentic New York deli. It has a unique counter ticket system, which you get punched depending on what you order. You'll find people from all walks of life here enjoying enormous sandwiches, hot dogs, sauerkraut, and all sorts of crowd-pleasing favorites. Jane and Michael Stern praise Katz's in "Road Food" as the quinessential New York experience, which continually wows tourists and real New Yorkers alike.
Lupa Osteria Romana
170 Thompson St., near Houston St.
A casual restaurant specializing in Roman trattoria fare of the highest quality at a modest price. They have a salumeria that serves Italian artisan meats and cheeses, house-made products such as canned tuna and guanciale, and a kitchen that is dedicated to creating and serving dishes of the freshest ingredients. Lunchtime entrees in the $ 10 to $ 20 range. A pleasant down home atmosphere perfect for large families.
1633 Broadway, at 51st St.
Midtown's beloved underground theme restaurant features a blast off to outer space as well as over-the-top astronomical delights designed to please every kid as well as bring out the kid in the adults. Average food, above-average excitement.Take your little ones to the Red Planet at this intergalactic Times Square favorite. The food—salmon, ribs, and calamari for adults, plus typical kid fare, meaning hamburgers and chicken fingers.
99 Bank St., near Greenwich St.
Nestled in its West Village neighborhood this cozy place features contemporary bistro chow: macaroni and cheese, penne pomodoro, and pizza for the kids, while adults indulge in finer fare-- scallops, cedar-plank salmon, and Cajun-style meat loaf and mashed potatoes. A nice family choice if you're getting around downtown at lunchtime.
Osteria Del Circo
120 W. 55th St., near Sixth Ave.
A family owned Italian restaurant with grown-up prices, and a lavish circus décor—a bright blue circus ring hung with stars, sculptures of monkeys, a clown peeping down from over the kitchen door. Pizzas in the $ 20 range and entrees from $ 20 to$ 50, but if you want splurge with the kids this place is top notch and tasty.
Peanut Butter & Co.
240 Sullivan St., near W. 3rd St.
Here you'll find sandwiches with fresh peanut butter on good bread and in endless variations. Apricot preserves, raspberry jam, dark chocolate peanut butter, white chocolate peanut butter, the possibilities go and on. This is a West Village café, but its retro kitchen decor makes you feel like your home in your apartment-size kitchen. A healthy nutritious choice for the whole family.
292 Elizabeth Street
Rice is a healthy and completely original restaurant featuring rices and entrees from around the world. Since its start in 1995, popular demand has helped RICE grow to four Zagat-rated takeout and eat-in locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Inspired by world cuisines, Rice offers eclectic, healthy fare of exceptional value, brimming with carefully chosen ingredients. Rice offers ten different types of rice and about a dozen main-course toppings. The Manhattan branch's cool vibe and friendly, attentive staff have made Rice a downtown favorite. (Open 12 pm to 12am)
225 E. 60th St., near Second Ave.
Serendipity 3 is a perennial kids' favorite, and it's easy to see why. It seems concocted out of a child's dream, with an entrance chockablock of toys and candy. The waitstaff puts on a hilarious show, and the menu is laden with fantasy dishes, including the scrumptuous frozen hot chocolate. Everything here is oversized and outrageous, and that's what makes for so much fun. Prices are high, but this sort of (over-)indulgence doesn't come cheap.
384 Grand Street
Some of New York's most wonderful pizza has made it to the good old Lower East Side. Two Boots pies feature a tangy sauce with plenty of zip, lots of delightful and creative toppings to choose from along with a fine cornmeal crust. Think Italy meets New Orleans. Most of the dishes are named after obscure Hollywood celebs the kids may or may not know—but the pizza rocks.
Utsav Festive India Restaurant
1185 Sixth Ave., at 46th St.
Authentic original Indian cuisine at a double decker, super-friendly restaurant. Utsav offers a mix of culinary traditions, so if the kids aren't wild about the spicy tandoori chicken, they can order pizza or spicy chicken wings. Also offers an all you can eat lunch buffet for $ 10.
Virgil’s Real BBQ
152 W. 44th St., (near Broadway)
Barbeque offered as a way of life is this place's motto, serving Memphis pork ribs, Carolina pulled pork, Texas beef briskets and more—all smoked over a variety of hickory, oak, and fruit woods. Savory, hearty food for the little cowboys and cowgirls in us all.
614 Ninth Avenue (Hell's Kitchen), near 44th Street
The self-proclaimed number one diner in Manhattan, and birthplace of the popular television sitcom Seinfeld, this place offers the entire spectrum of diner grub— milkshakes, hamburgers, deli sandwiches, French fries, simply the works. Certain to please the most finicky of kids!
255 West 42nd Street (near Eighth Avenue)
The McDonald's of Japanese fast food. Bowls of beef, chicken, and vegetables and rice, soups, and salads and very reasonably priced.
2245 Broadway, at 80th Street,
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