New Seamless Restaurants in Manhattan (April 24, 2013)

There is just so much good eating to be done in Manhattan. And this week, we are so thrilled to show you the hottest new restaurants that we have added to Seamless so you can do your good eating in the comforts of your own home. From Italian to Seafood. Soul food to Thai. The options are amazing. Check it out:

  • Cafetasia – 38 East Eighth Street, Greenwich Village (Thai)
  • Guayoyo – 67 First Avenue, East Village (Latin American)
  • Heart ‘N Soul – 200 East Third Street, East Village (Soul Food)
  • Live Bait – 14 E 23rd Street, Gramercy (Seafood)
  • Parm – 248 Mulberry Street, Nolita (Italian)
  • Slide – 174 Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village (American)
  • Tir Na Nog – 315 West 39th Street, Hell’s Kitchen (Pub/Burgers)
  • Trattoria Belvedere – 165 Lexington Avenue, Murray Hill (Italian)
  • Willow Road – 85 10th Avenue, Chelsea (American)

Charred Bean Salad from Willow Road

Have a restaurant that you would like to see added to the site? Send us an e-mail and we’ll make sure to do our best to bring them aboard!

23 thoughts on “New Seamless Restaurants in Manhattan (April 24, 2013)

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    Hey Josh – Parm is currently delivering from 8th St to Broome St, between 6th Ave and Bowery. Some super lucky people live/work within those streets!

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    Uggh, less than a block away from their perimeter. One disadvantage of seamless… convincing a restaurant to let the delivery person walk an extra 2 min.

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