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• SAN MARTIN- 143 E. 49 St. (Lex. & 3rd Ave., across the street fr. Waldorf Astoria). Paella, Roast Succulent Pig and Angulas. Indoor and outdoor dining. Private rooms for parties. Open daily 12 noon-12 midnight. 832-0888.
• CANCUN- 937 8th Ave. (55 & 56). Best margaritas and auth. Mexican food on East Coast. Rated best Fajitas, Enchiladas & Mex. Steaks in NYC. Happy Hr. M.-Fri. 4 pm-7 pm. Op. 7 days, Sun.-Th. 11:30 am-mid.; Fri., Sat. till 1 am. CC. 307-7307.
• EL PARADOR- 325 E. 34th St. (bet 1st & 2nd Aves.) "A N.Y. Classic." Zagat's. "Best Mexican cuisine, 1st class service." ★★ NY Times. Serving world famous margaritas since 1959. Priv. Parties. L, D, Pre & post theatre. 679-6812.
• MI NIDITO (CANTINA MEXICANA)- 852 8th Ave. (@ 51st St.) "One taste that's all it takes." NY's freshest & best Mex. food. 25 flavors of margaritas. Veg. menu avail. Sun.-Wed. 11:30 am-12 am. Thurs.-Sat. 11:30-1 am. SB 12-4:30 pm. CC 265-0022.
• VIVA PANCHO- 156 W. 44 St. (B'way & 6th). Offering the best in Mex. food & drink. Home of the Sizzling Fajitas. L spec. $7.00 incl. margarita. Mon. Nite All You Can Eat" $7.95. Happy Hr. 4-7, Mon.-Fri. Op. 7 Dys from 12 pm. CC. 944-9747
• FIREBIRD- 365 W. 46th St. (Rest. Row.) Authentic regional cuisine fr. the Empire of the Czars. Dine in the luxury of a St. Petersburg mansion. L Wed. & Sat. 11:45 am-2:30 pm. D Sun.-Thur. 5 pm- 11:30pm. Fri. & Sat. 5 pm-12 am. (212) 586-0244.
• THE FAMOUS OYSTER BAR- 842 7th Ave. (54th St.) Fresh Seafood established 1959 on B'way. Specializing in live lobster, fresh fish, steaks & pasta dishes. Open 7 days 11:30 am to 12 am. L & D. Theatre and group specials available. Red. call 586-6525.
• CAFE ESPANOL- The original. 172 Bleeker (cor. Sullivan). Best paella and lobster in town. "Snug & engaging adobe setting, efficient staff, pleasant Spanish/Mexican" -NY Times. L, D, C, PT & AT weekends till 1 am. Red. park. Sun.-Thurs. 505-0657.
• COSTA DEL SOL- 367-369 W. 50th St. at 9th Ave. Cuisine from Spain. L, D, Open 7 days. Flamenco show on Wed. after 8 pm. 1 block to all theatres. Discount parking 5 pm to 1 am. 541-8382-3.
• DOMINGO RESTAURANT- 209 East 49th St. (bet. 2nd & 3rd Ave.) Plácido Domingo's new restaurant. Classic Cuisine of Spain by Josefina Howard. L, D, and AT + Tapas Bar & Cafe. Open Mon. thru Sat. for dinner. Mon.-Fri. for lunch. (212) 826-8269.
• EL QUIJOTE- 226 W. 23rd. "We are the Lobster King." Our 36th year. 1 1/4 lb. lobster $13.95. Daily Double 2 1 1/4 lb. lobsters for one $21.95. Natural veal & chops. D Sun.-Thur. till 12 am, Fri. & Sat. till 1 am. Priv. Party Rm. CC. 929-1855.
• MESA DE ESPANA- 45 E. 28th St. (Mad. & Park). "Classic regional cuisine." Spec's: Paella Valenciana, steaks, chops, seafood. Guitarist. Op. 7 days. M.-Th. 12 pm-11pm, Fri. 12 pm-12 am, Sat. 1 pm-12 am. Sun. 1 pm-11pm. Free D p'k fr. 5 pm. 679-2263.
• SEVILLA- 62 Charles St. (West 4th St.). A Village landmark famed for its Paella A La Valenciana. Recommended by Cue, New York Times & Gourmet. L, D, Cocktail Lounge. Parties. 7 days. CC. 929-3189.
• VICTOR'S CAFE 52- 236 W. 52nd St. The regional cuisines of Cuba and Carib. Black bean soup, stone crabs, paella, prime steak. Piano music in tropical skylight rms., Tapas at bar. 7 days, L, D, AT. CC. 586-7714.
• PONGSRI THAI- 244 W. 48th St. (8 & B'way) In theatre district. Owner/chef Pongsri prepares Thai dishes, L, D, AT, 7 dys. 11:30 am-11:30pm. 582-3392. Also 106 Bayard St. cor. Baxter St. (Chincatown)★★ N.Y. Times. 349-3132, 311 2nd Ave. (18th St.) 477-4100
• SIAM INN & SIAM INN TOO- Our two locations in the theatre district. Thai restaurants recom. by New York Times. Siam Inn- 916 8th Ave. (54th & 55th Sts.) 489-5237, Siam Inn Too 854 8th Ave. (51st & 52nd Sts.) 757-4006.
• ZENITH- 888 8th Ave. (B'way & 8). Real Asian cuisine that will forever change the way you think about Vegetarian food. Prix fixe D $25. Op 7 days, 11:445-11. Fri. & Sat. to 11:30. 262-8080.
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