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Eating Out (On Wall Street)

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Gridskipper has compiled a list of the best places on Wall Street (Broad, Stone, etc) to eat on the days that you’re allowed to leave your desk. There are some notable absences—Harry’s, Nebraska’s, Ulysses—and we’re a little bit disappointed that they didn’t think to include any full body massage-type establishments (sometimes that’s more important than food), but it’s quasi-comprehensive and the girl who did most of the heavy lifting used to work on Wall Street so, you know, it could be helpful. If you have to buy your own power lunch, if you’re willing to take advice from the gender of (a former) banker willing to eat salad when there’s meat available, if you can stand having Russian dressing dripping on your Ferragamos while eating standing up, weigh in now!

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