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The Post House

The Post House
28 E.63rd St.
New York, NY 10021

Phone: (212) 935-2888

http://www.theposthouse.com

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The Plaza Food Hall

Overall Rating: Stars_4 based on 322 reviews

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Yasamin S.

Stars_small_5 April 12, 2014

One word: yummy! We discovered The Plaza Food hall through yelp, so thanks yelpsters, because we are so glad we went. We ended up going 2 times during our... (read more)
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Lily L.

Stars_small_5 April 05, 2014

I wish I could live here. From Lady M, to Luke's Lobster, to Todd English, this place has every type of food one would possibly want to indulge themselves... (read more)
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Amira E.

Stars_small_4 March 24, 2014

This is a long review so I want to first recommend the checkered cake from Lady M, the fresh pasta, and the made to order cheese platter with their... (read more)

The Jeffrey Craft Beer & Bites

Overall Rating: Stars_4_half based on 92 reviews

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Yanill P.

Stars_small_4 April 21, 2014

I came here on a Saturday around 3pm and place was pretty packed. The small outdoor beer garden was already full therefore I think you put your name down on... (read more)
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Julia B.

Stars_small_4 April 16, 2014

Located near the Roosevelt Island Tram Station is this cool little bar. The design instantly intrigued me because it's split into two bars that converges in... (read more)
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Melanie R.

Stars_small_4 April 13, 2014

A hidden gem, tucked away in an area i wouldnt think to wonder by but so happy i found it. Casual yet hip vibe that almost makes you feel like you've... (read more)

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