152 E. 46th St.
Reviewers and patrons consistently give high marks to this cozy, bi-level Indian restaurant and lounge located on the East Side
234 W. 48th St.
An’nam serves up delicious Japanese and Vietnamese favorites for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Heartland Brewery Midtown West |
625 Eighth Ave. (41st St.)
Conveniently located in the Port Authority Bus Terminal, the Midtown West location features a welcoming mahogany bar, spacious dining room, and Founder Jon Bloostein’s personal collection of “breweriana” on the walls.
Angus Club Steakhouse|
135 E. 55th St. (btw. Lexington & Third Aves.)
This classic American steakhouse with a touch of luxury offers a selection of USDA Prime Black Angus beefsteak, all dry-aged on-site for 30-35 days, plus seafood specialties.
1215 Third Ave. (btw. 70th & 71st Sts.)
Family-owned and -run since 1982, serving classic kosher-style deli cuisine including classics both old and new. Offering dine-in, carry-out, delivery, and catering for all occasions. Favorites include pastrami and corned beef piled high, hearty soups, and more.
Guy's American Kitchen and Bar|
220 W. 44th St. (btw. Seventh & Eighth Aves.)
Guy's American Kitchen & Bar is a dynamic restaurant introduced by Guy Fieri. From the crave-worthy menu featuring Guy's signature bold flavors and creative spins on American dishes, to its buzzing bar scene, Guy's Times Square restaurant promises a truly memorable dining experience.
Fogo de Chão |
40 W. 53rd St.
Fogo de Chão's first churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse) in New York City serves the delicious preparations of gaucho chefs along with a gourmet salad bar, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and an award-winning wine list.
28 W. 44th St. (btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.)
Enjoy what The New Yorker calls “Intercultural Bliss” of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine at Sen Sakana, NYC’s first authentic Nikkei restaurant. Dishes range from elegantly crafted sushi and chirashi to ceviche and empanadas. The expansive layout features a bar area, main dining room, elevated sushi bar, and private dining room for lunch and dinner events. Pre-theater menu available.
127 W. 43rd St.
The newest member to the Heartland Brewery family, HB Burger, is not your average burger joint. With wrought iron and amber lighting, two bars and spacious seating, this restaurant serves up nine specialty burgers and great salads, accompanied by a tasty assortment of "Must Frys" from tater tots to tempura.
157 E. 55th St.
Enjoy fine Indian dining in an elegant setting. Darbar Grill is a superb choice for Indian food with great ambience and service.
Blue Seafood Bar|
856 Ninth Ave. (btw. 55th-56th Sts.)
Fine Mediterranean seafood and tapas, craft beers, cocktails, and boutique pan-Mediterranean wines in a beautiful intimate setting.
212 E. 34th St.
Modern selection of most popular & loved Turkish and Mediterranean dishes as well as mouth-watering desserts.
39 W. 46th St.
Family owned since 1982, this midtown favorite serves traditional Italian favorites with a contemporary twist.
Benjamin Steakhouse Prime|
23 E. 40th St.
Benjamin Steakhouse Prime combines modern elegance with traditional steakhouse classics, while showcasing signature standouts from highly regarded sister property Benjamin Steakhouse.
Masseria dei Vini|
887 Ninth Ave. (btw. 57th & 58th Sts.)
Masseria dei Vini (Masseria of Wines) is brought to you from the La Masseria team, bringing gourmet Neapolitan style pizza from a Ferrara wood-burning oven and a terrific wine program to match.
Grotta Azzurra |
177 Mulberry St. (at Broome St.)
Since 1908, favorite of Enrico Caruso & many celebs. Pizzas, pastas, steaks, seafood, salads…something for everyone. Famous for lobster Fra Diavolo: whole lobster served over linguine with clams/mussels in spicy red sauce.
38 W. 26th St. (btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.)
Restaurant and beer hall in the heart of New York City's historic Flatiron District.
240 West 56th Street (between 8th and Broadway)
Drawing upon an all star roster of acclaimed Indian restaurants in Manhattan, Benares is the culmination of decades of experience. Restaurateur Inder Singh, a former partner of Devi and Baluchi, partners with acclaimed chef Peter Beck, celebrated for his creative interpretation of his native cuisine at the helm of the Tamarind empire. “I’m pleased to collaborate with Chef Beck. I respect his culinary expertise and am confident that with our combined knowledge of kitchen and restaurant operations, Benares will be a celebration of the foods we cherish” notes Singh.
Named for a city in northern India, the restaurant centers on the lush spices and abundant diversity of Indian cuisine. The dining room evokes a warm yet streamlined ambiance with mustard banquettes and dark brown wooden tables. Seating for up to 89 diners ensures a spacious environment while small groups of 10-12 can reserve a private dining room for a more intimate experience. Banarsi saris are highly sought after in the Indian community for their opulent embroidery. The walls are lined with framed banarsi saries. The menu is a medley of Indian dishes with an emphasis on the cuisine of the Western state of UP (Utter Pradesh) where the city of Benares is located.
David Burke Tavern |
135 E. 62nd St.
Modern American restaurant by award-winning celebrity chef David Burke. Stately townhouse on UES showcases Burke’s creative, contemporary approach to classic fare—often with showstopping presentations. Signature dishes highlight seafood, steakhouse staples, and beyond, including Livid Lobster Dumplings with spicy tomato, BBQ bison short ribs, and Burke’s famous “Clothesline” Candied Bacon. Himalayan salt brick-aged steaks utilize Burke’s patented dry-aging technique. Food matched by thoughtfully curated wine list, craft beers, and specialty cocktail program!
SAAR Indian Bistro|
241 W. 51st St. (btw. Broadway & Eighth Ave.)
Modern Indian bistro in midtown Manhattan helmed by celebrated tandoor master chef Hemant Mathur and his wife, acclaimed pastry chef Surbhi Sahni.
1011 Third Ave. (btw. 60th & 61st Sts.)
One-of-a-kind elegant fine dining, drinks, and extravagant live entertainment at one of NYC’s very best restaurants.
Ashford & Simpson's Sugar Bar|
254 W. 72nd St. (btw. Broadway & West End Ave.)
Presenting a fresh alternative to the mundane, Ashford & Simpson’s Sugar Bar is an intimate, full-service restaurant, showcasing local and international talent. Performances run from R&B/soul to to jazz to Caribbean to traditional African rhythms.
117 W. 58th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
Italian steakhouse serving highest grade prime-aged beef, aged in-house, as well as Italian dishes like veal Milanese, chicken Parmesan, and seafood linguini.
Hong Kong Station|
157 W. 47th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
Beautiful bamboo-decorated ambiance with excellent and reasonably priced Chinese cuisine in the heart of the Theatre District. The place to go before, during, or after theatre. Best dim sum in midtown. Lunch specials only $9.95! Serves lunch and dinner 7 days: soups, congee, seafood, noodle and rice favorites, casserole, vegetable, beef, pork, chicken, and duck.
Empire Steak House |
151 E. 50th St. (btw. Third & Lexington Aves.); 237 W. 54th St. (btw. Broadway & Eighth Ave.)
Finest cuts of steaks, freshest seafood, a premium selection of 400+ wines, all in a beautiful surrounding with exceptional service. Two convenient locations in Midtown: East Side near Grand Central, West Side in the Theater District.
Bill's Bar & Burger|
16 W. 51st St.
Bill’s exploded onto NYC’s burger scene in ’09, becoming an instant hit with burger junkies and locals. Rockefeller Center location opened in ’10 with 400 seats, making it the biggest standalone burger joint in the country. Every burger, shake, and fry, in dozens of varieties and counting, is made fresh daily.
Dianne & Elisabeth|
644 Tenth Ave.
Wine and cocktail bar in Midtown West. Named after the mothers of the owners, so you know it’s a labor of love. Fresh, farm-to-table approach at an affordable price.
Opry City Stage|
1604 Broadway (btw. 48th & 49th Sts.)
Opry City Stage is New York’s home for country music and culture, with good food and good times rooted in the South and served up in Times Square. Throughout the venue’s four floors, guests enjoy the sights and sounds of Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, including a broad range of live country music played all day, never-before-seen artifacts from the Opry Archives, and more.
173 Mulberry St. (btw. Grand & Broome Sts.)
Family owned and operated by a charming Italian immigrant family that has owned various restaurants in Little Italy for generations. One of the best finds in the neighborhood! Wait ’til you taste their delicious homemade pastas, fresh seafood, veal, poultry, soups, and salads on an extensive menu. Casual, charming setting features a smart wine list and a full bar. Lunch/dinner until late (except Tuesdays).
Umberto's Clam House|
132 Mulberry St. (btw. Hester & Grand Sts.)
Famous since 1972. Actors, sports figures, politicians, musicians, and other celebs all flock here. Legendary “Hot, Medium & Mild Sauce” simmered to perfection for hours. Exciting dishes like linguine with white clam sauce and seafood Marechiaro. Renowned raw bar. Open seven days lunch/dinner. Try their famous cocktails, sangria, or wine by the glass.
IL Cortile |
125 Mulberry St. (btw. Canal & Hester Sts.)
One of the largest and leading Little Italy Northern Italian institutions since 1975. Dine in the stunning back garden atrium which is like no other in the city. Their extensive a la carte menu is sure to appeal to even the pickiest of palates, as well as a wide variety of prix fixe menus for group gatherings in one of their numerous private dining rooms.
Carma Asian Tapas|
38 Carmine St. (btw. Bedford & Bleecker Sts.)
A hidden gem in the heart of the West Village. Rated No. 1 Best Soup Dumpling in the City by SinoVision.
For great food, famous memorabilia, awesome merchandise, and out-of-this-world events, there’s no place like the Planet. Thrill to the magic of Hollywood surrounded by the largest movie memorabilia collection in the world!
168 W. 4th St.
Open since 1970 in Greenwich Village, Tio Pepe combines two surprisingly dissimilar cuisines—Spanish and Mexican—and offers a lively bar scene, a sidewalk cafe, Latino music, and a main dining room with a skylit garden patio room, chandeliers, and stone and brick walls.
513 E. 6th St.
Known for their uncompromising choice of the finest cuts of beef and the freshest vegetables-high quality food at reasonable prices in a charming, warm, cozy atmosphere.
52 E. 41st St.
From the beautifully marbled cuts of dry-aged beef to the impeccably refined Old World service and charm, Benjamin Steak House prides itself on a quality dining experience in an elegant midtown setting.
Ben & Jack's Steakhouse|
255 Fifth Ave.
Ben & Jack's serves exceptional prime dry-aged steaks and chops, including the restaurant's signature Porterhouse for one, two, three or four, fresh seafood, mouthwatering side dishes, and exquisite desserts.
Hard Rock Cafe|
Rock your senses with tantalizing food and drinks and an awe-inspiring rock memorabilia collection
Pera Mediterranean Brasserie|
303 Madison Ave.
You may be on Madison Avenue, but when you step into Pera, you're entering the kind of sophisticated restaurant you would find in Istanbul.
Buca di Beppo|
Whether you're hosting a group event, celebrating a special occasion or planning a business dinner, you'll enjoy Buca's authentic Italian cuisine in an eclectic, vintage setting.
Texas de Brazil|
1011 Third Ave. (at 60th St.)
Texas de Brazil features an extravagant 50-item gourmet salad area, sizzling cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage all flame-grilled to perfection and served tableside.
54 Thompson St.
Pera SoHo is a transportative Mediterranean retreat in the heart of Soho.
168 1/2 Delancey Street
Located on the Lower East Side, Moscow 57 is a “Russian Central Asian restaurant from a New Yorker’s perspective” that features live music every Wednesday through Sunday. Owner Ellen Kaye and the chef have put together a menu with emphasis on the Russian tradition of zakuski (small bites): laid out like a smorgasbord, it offers a sumptuous variety of pickled vegetables, fish, and salads and Russian classics, beef stroganoff, chicken kiev and pelmeni.
Señor Frog's NYC|
260 W. 42nd St. (btw. Seventh & Eighth Aves.)
Señor Frog's makes the leap into Times Square with more fun than should be legal. A two-story space boasts clothes and other souvenirs upstairs, and a massive dining room downstairs for cocktails, Mexican specialties, karaoke, contests, and much more.
The Federal Bar|
367 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn
This converted Brooklyn carriage house is home to inventive American food, cocktails, and a hyper-local beer list not available in any other Williamsburg restaurant.
Spirit Cruises |
Chelsea Piers, 23rd Street and the Hudson River
Spirit Cruises is New York City's most vibrant and entertaining dining vessel.
Ed’s Chowder House|
44 W. 63rd St. (btw. Broadway and Columbus Ave.)
Ed’s Chowder House brings Montauk to Manhattan, serving up the best of East Coast seafood in an airy, casual space inside the historic Empire Hotel.
Topaz Noodle Bar|
129 W. 56th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
The scene at Thai favorite Topaz Noodle Bar is clean, sleek, and pristine, and you’ll find that in both the restaurant’s décor and in their dishes.