WHERE TO EAT IN NEW YORK by Robert W. Dana

WHERE TO EAT IN NEW YORK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A World Telegram columnist, vendor of Tips on Tables, supplies a guide on where and what to eat. The book is varied in coverage, and indicates, along with special dishes and prices, specifics on decoration. Inexpensive restaurants; pure-bred French, Italian, Chinese, Swedish and others of international interest; steak houses and seafood; those to be visited for traditional interest -- or for chic,- the choice is wide and will provide new stimulus to hardened diners-outers -- and suggestions for transients. Even so, it is mainly a luxury item.

Publisher: A. A. Wyn