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Wining and Dining with Rosanna Scotto

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Good Day New York host Rosanna Scotto knows a lot about great cuisine, especially in New York. Take this culinary journey with her.

She talks to celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, takes you into some of the hippest places in town, and even reveals a slew of secret spots.

Jean Georges Nougatine

1 Central Park West

Manhattan

212 299-3900

L'absinthe

227 East 67 St

Manhattan

212794-4950

Il Buco

47 Bond St

Manhattan

212-533-1932

Charlie Bird

5 King St

Manhattan

212 235-7133

ZZ's Clam Bar

169 Thompson St

Manhattan

212-254-3000

Mission Cantina

172 Orchard St

Manhattan

212-254-2233

PDT

113 St Marks Pl

Manhattan

212-614-0386

Bohemian Restaurant

57 Great Jones St

Manhattan

Blind Barber

339 E 10 St

Manhattan

212-228-2123

Mulberry Project

149 Mulberry St

Manhattan

646-448-4536

L&B Spumoni Gardens

2725 86 St

Brooklyn

718-449-1230

Ferdinando's Focacceria

151 Union St

Brooklyn

718-855-1545

Ponte Vecchio

8810-4th ave Brooklyn

718-238-6449

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