Midtown East is the part of Manhattan that out-of-towners visualize when they think of the big city: huge skyscrapers, iconic stores and hotels, and lots of business professionals in designer suits. The restaurants in New York's Midtown East fit right in with the stereotype: classic, fancy, expensive. There are cheap bites to be had in Midtown East, but this neighborhood is known for its high-end offerings.
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