Tomorrow: Our 10 Best Things to Eat on 23rd Street
The Bloomin' Onion at Outback Steakhouse on 23rd Street is actually kind of awesome. The onion is deep-fried to look like a flower and provides you with your recommended daily calorie intake in one sitting, but is it good enough to make the top 10?
New York City features both quaint tree-lined blocks and expansive avenues with enticing boutiques and chic eateries. Falling into neither category: 23rd Street. It's a grim stretch of pavement that traverses the city, bisecting Chelsea, the Flatiron, and Gramercy, and is filled with many a lackluster chain restaurant. But 23rd Street holds a special place in my heart: I live on it. And, surprisingly, it hosts a bounty of good eats -- you just have to know where to look. So check back in bright and early tomorrow morning for Our 10 Best Things to Eat on 23rd Street.
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