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Manhattan's Meatpacking District gets its name from the slaughterhouses and packing plants that once dominated the streets of this neighborhood. These days, former packing plants are occupied by designer boutiques and high-end New York restaurants. The area is also known for its anything goes attitude. You can have a traditional club experience in the Meatpacking District, sure, but this is also the place to be to celebrate alternative lifestyles. Use our list of New York restaurants to find restaurants and clubs in the Meatpacking District—there's something here for everyone, whatever you're into.

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If you were looking for the best vegetarian restaurants in New York, would you even consider the Meatpacking District at all? You should! The name has little to do with what you'll find in the neighborhood now, and that includes the popular Italian restaurant Scarpetta, offering a nice selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes right in the heart of the Meatpacking District. Upscale New York restaurants dominate the dining scene in the Meatpacking District. Keith McNally's Parisian brasserie Pastis is constantly overflowing with visitors—you'll need a reservation if you want a seat for dinner. Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Asian fusion Spice Market is another hopping Meatpacking District option. Go for a private cabana downstairs if the crowd in the main restaurant is too much to handle. Bars and nightclubs in the Meatpacking District tend toward velvet ropes and high priced cocktails. These are venues to see and be seen.

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