What is New York City's Priciest Neighborhood?

Staff Writer
This infographic's skyline compares restaurant prices by neighborhood

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

MyCityWay has organized dining prices by neighborhood, and the results aren't too surprising. Their infographic shows the makeup of restaurants, as well as an overall price evaluation of each neighborhood.

Manhattan's most expensive neighborhoods? The Meatpacking District, where 56 percent of restaurant prices average more than $31. The Flatiron, Upper East Side, and West Village are also fairly expensive.

The cheapest neighborhood is the lesser-known Two Bridges, with most menus averaging less than$10. Click the graphic below for the full image.


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