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Times Square is the busiest part of the busiest city in America. The tourist hub of New York, the neighborhood is always packed with people. Here you will find lots of over-the-top tourist trap stores and restaurants, but also plenty of hidden delights tucked in smaller spaces. Get your souvenir New York restaurant shirts at the Hard Rock Cafe, but you'll find better New York dining in the lesser-known restaurants tucked between the megastores of Times Square. We will help you find them.

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If it's your first visit to New York, Times Square is an absolute must. Normally when you're visiting a new place, guidebooks and locals advise against the touristy restaurant chains and instead tell you where to find the best local fare. But it just wouldn't be right to go to Times Square and not at least poke your head into the famous Hard Rock Cafe, or the movie-themed Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Once you've had your fill of kitsch, try local favorites like Bond 45 for Italian, or Margon for a cheap Cuban lunch. If you're looking for date night restaurants in New York, look outside of Times Square -- most of what's here is crowded and chaotic, but it's the perfect place to grab a bite before a show and take in the spectacular Broadway views and people-watching. Use our New York Restaurants guide to search Times Square restaurants by price and rating.

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