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Le Quartier Français in New York

I always found New York to be such an exciting city to visit. This time is no different. They’ve just enjoyed a wonderful Indian summer – full of beautiful days and warm sunshine. Which may be the reason that I find sidewalk cafes everywhere I go?

Everyday, in typical big city style, restaurants are both opening and closing. New York continues to be both a sea of opportunities and a mercilessly unforgiving city; if you – as a business – can’t cut it immediately you close.

Perhaps the biggest trend I’ve noticed, since I’ve been in New York, is that the new restaurants opening are far simpler and less expensive than their predecessors. The majority of them don’t take reservations and they are open throughout the day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

New York Sunset - Photo by Grufnik: http://www.flickr.com/photos/grufnik

New York Sunset - Photo by Grufnik: http://www.flickr.com/photos/grufnik

Posted by: Sue Huxter
Posted in: Food, Travel, Trends,


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