321 E 73rd St, New York City, NY 10021
$$ Top 10 Recommended New Editor's Pick Special Offer Private Room
Welcome to a traditional Czech restaurant located at the landmarked Bohemian National Hall. We are committed to representing the best of what typical Czech cuisine has to offer. A combination of high-quality foods offered at sensible prices aims to bring gastronomic knowledge of Central Europe to everyone.
496 Laguardia Pl, New York, NY 10012
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Home of the best Kosher burger. Welcome to the original Burger Joint where we build the best burger you’ve ever had. We start with only the freshest ingredients and build it just the way you like. All our Burgers are GRASS FED, HORMONE & ANTIBIOTIC FREE, AKA"NEVER EVER". Make sure to make it a combo (maybe our home smoked lamb bacon) and try one of our famous desserts in a jar to help wash down the best kosher burger and fries in New York City. KOSHER OU- Certified Under the ORTHODOX UNION.
711 7th Ave, NY, NY 10036
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A Brand new Comedy club in the heart of Time Square. This project originally started as a comedy project as part of Roy Arias Stages on a four floor studio. In just less then 2 years, it has turned into The only comedy club in the heart of Times Squares where tourist and local audience alike come for great entertainment and a night of laughter. In the short time it has been open LOL Times Square brings the best local and out of town professional comics. With over 30 shows a week including a family show daily there is entertainment ...
186 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011
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PASTAI… A neighborhood Italian restaurant in New York to count on, a place to call home. Pastai aspires to share a piece of our family tradition with you. We hope to inspire your curiosity about the food we serve, and the Southern Italian countryside it was born in. When dining at Pastai, you become part of our personal family narrative and get to witness the journey the pasta has taken to arrive on your plate. We are open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night, and also serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Monday to Thursday 11am to 12am, Friday 11am-1am ...
1228 Madison Ave, New york, NY 10128
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Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan at 1228 Madison Avenue, Via Quadronno, a restaurant and paninoteca, is the perfect stop after a visit to one of your favorite museums or on the way home from a long day. With our warm and inviting atmosphere, you will find people standing at the coffee bar sipping espresso while crusty Paninis topped with cheeses, truffles, and high quality cured meats, are made to order in our tiny kitchen. Steeped in Milanese traditions, Via Quadronno is famous for not only our mouth watering Paninis, but also for our unforgettable cappuccinos and scrumptious ...
581 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10016
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Nestled between Murray Hill and Kips Bay, the menu features a variety of tastes and flavors that truly appeal to the diverse neighborhood. Guests come for a hot cup of coffee or an icy martini; a quick bite or a full-fledged feast. Lunch, brunch and dinner menus have many options for vegetarians, fish lovers and meat eaters. Fair prices, shareable plates and a friendly bar scene make Hill and Bay a popular neighborly dining destination. Please note that reservations are not available on weekends and all seating for Saturday and Sunday Brunch is based on first-come-fist-served basis.
27 1/2 Morton St, New York, NY 10014
$$ Recommended New Editor's Pick Private Room
A cozy neighborhood restaurant and cafe serving traditional comfort food from Central and Eastern Europe.
60 E. 65th Street, New York, NY 10021
Savor award-winning Chef Daniel Boulud's seasonal French cuisine inspired by the market in the sumptuous Venetian Renaissance style dining room or in the Bellecour Room, available for private parties.
243 E. 58th, New York, NY 10022
Felidia is the acclaimed Manhatten East Side flagship of Lidia Bastianich, open since 1981. It is here that many of Lidia's devoted fans find her gretting each guest with the same warmth and passion that exhibits through her television shows and cookbooks.
18 East 54th Street, New York, NY 10022
We believe in "nourishing body and soul," which is the wisdom of our Salerno ancestors from southern Italy. We have remained faithful to an ancient tradition based on the great Salerno School of Medicine, from the 10th through the 12th centuries. The School advocated a healthy, well-balanced diet, regular exercise and a low-stress lifestyle. It is a remarkable prescription that could be written today.
1 Central Park West, New York, NY 10023
Located at Columbus Circle in the lobby level of Donald Trump’s International Hotel and Tower, restaurant Jean Georges is among New York City’s very small circle of 4-star restaurants. Designer Adam Tihany has created a visually stunning space, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and a soothing palette of taupe, ecru and silver.
57 West 58th Street, New York, NY 10019
A popular seafood house, The Manhattan Ocean Club boasts fresh fish, fine wines and a great new design, courtesy of design consultant Adam Tihany. The midtown gem serves Titanic-worthy seafood dishes in a Picasso-strewn light and breezy two-tiered space resembling a cruise ship. Food & Wine defined The Manhattan Ocean Club as "more stylish than the Oyster Bar and less formal than Le Bernardin."
155 West 51st Street, New York, NY 10019
Le Bernardin, New York's internationally acclaimed four star seafood restaurant, was born in Paris in 1972 by sibling duo Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze. Dedicated entirely to the cuisine of Gilbert Le Coze, the self-taught seafood wizard, it only served fish: Fresh, simple and prepared with respect. Le Bernardin was named after an order of monks who liked to eat and drink and a song about the monks that Gabriel Le Coze, Maguy's and Gilbert's father, kept singing to them.
10 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019
In the spring of 2004, PER SE opened in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in New York. With it, Thomas Keller brought his distinctive hands-on approach from Napa Valley's THE FRENCH LAUNDRY to New York, reflecting his intense focus on detail that extends to cuisine, presentation, mood and surroundings.