I was on the road again this week, having spent a couple of days in Manhattan covering the New York Auto Show. I can say with complete certainty that although New York and Chicago have better facilities than Cobo Hall in Detroit, we definitely have the best show in North America when it comes to newsworthy content. One particularly annoying aspect of Manhattan is trying to catch a cab. Although countless taxis drive by when you’re looking for one, finding one that doesn’t already have passengers can take forever. After the Kia reception in Wednesday night I stood out in the rain for twenty minutes trying to get a cab. However, once I finally got one and got back to the hotel it was worth it. My Autoblog colleagues (John, Damon, Alex and Chris) and I walked about 6 blocks to one of Alex’s favorite restaurants in the city, Victor’s Cafe. Alex lives in Connecticut and goes into the city fairly regularly. Victor’s is a Cuban restaurant on W. 52nd and both the food and the service were absolutely outstanding. I had the most amazing Paella that had shrimp, mussels, lobster, and chorizo. The coconut flan for dessert was a great finish. Even John who is a vegan and often has a hard time finding something he likes in restaurants enjoyed the Frijoles Negros. If you’re ever in New York and looking for a great meal, check out Victor’s Cafe.