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Don't be scared off by the name—lots of delicious dishes are cooking up in Hell's Kitchen. The gang culture that once gave the neighborhood its name has subsided to make way for a new, hip culinary vibe adjacent to Times Square. Tourists and theater crowds keep Hell's Kitchen restaurants jumping. Let us help you find your way past the tourist traps and into the best New York dining in Hell's Kitchen.

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46th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues is known as Restaurant Row, and it's where most of the tourists in Hell's Kitchen find their grub before going to the theater. Locals will tell you, though, that Restaurant Row isn't the place to go for dinner in Hell's Kitchen. New Yorkers prefer the eclectic collection of ethnic restaurants on Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Try Gazala Place for delicious Middle Eastern food, or Anejo Tequileria for the ideal Mexican menu to go with your margaritas. You don't have to look hard for great Asian restaurants in New York City, but Hell's Kitchen has the greatest concentration of Thai food in Manhattan. Find exactly what you crave on our New York dining pages. Search by neighborhood, cuisine, price, and ratings.

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