All Places in ‘Restaurants’

  • Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse

    Category: Restaurants

    Davio’s takes their Italian heritage seriously, serving hearty handmade pastas alongside their chophouse menu of steaks and sides.  Top-notch imported ingredients, including Umbrian lentils and San Marzano tomatoes, lend Old World flavor to the satisfying plates, which range from pasta with gorgonzola, ricotta, mascarpone, parmigiano, and black truffle butter to read more

  • Empire Steak House

    Category: Restaurants

    Right on Broadway, Empire Steak House is the perfect restaurant to visit pre-show. The huge dining room is upscale and modern. Key meat entrees include bone-in ribeye, filet mignon, and surprisingly, the lamb chops. The $30 prix fixe lunch option is a great alternative to leave happy with a full read more

  • Gaonnuri

    Category: Restaurants

    The panoramic view from a 39th floor penthouse suite paired with the clean lines and overall sleek interior alone is worth a visit to this Korean restaurant. Order Haemul Pajun, a scallion pancake with seafood folded in for a hot appetizer. You can’t go wrong with Korean table barbecue, more read more

  • Hakkasan

    Category: Restaurants

    Nibble scallop shu mai or sip lobster and yellow chive soup behind intricate Christian Liaigre screens in the spacious-yet-intimate dining room at Hakkasan, where every meal is an excuse to pull your most expensive pair of shoes out of the back of the closet. The moody lighting is filtered through read more

  • Il Mulino Prime

    Category: Restaurants

    Against white-washed brick walls hung with white casts of mounted bison heads, atop white tablecloths set with white plates and napkins, the food at Il Mulino Prime leaps off the plate in a riot of color and texture: short rib ravioli with butter and sage competes with frutti di mare read more

  • Joe’s Shanghai

    Category: Restaurants

    The home of soup dumplings, xiao long bao in Chinatown, Joe’s Shanghai may have a line and is cash only. However, with prompt and efficient service you will be seated quickly to enjoy this warm and soothing Chinese treat. Grab some scallion pancakes while you’re there, as they are served read more

  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House

    Category: Restaurants

    While many New Yorkers may be weary to try this famous chain restaurant, it proves its deserving popular status amongst diners with its consistency. Try the standout Cowboy Ribeye presented on the 500 degree plate that keeps sizzling hot throughout the meal. The Sweet Potato Casserole with pecan crust sits read more

  • Shun Lee Palace

    Category: Restaurants

    Shun Lee Palace provides elegant, elevated Chinese food in midtown. A dragon shaped glass decoration adorns the ceiling of the main dining area and suited servers provide attentive service. Try Ants Climb on a Tree, a stir fry beef dish with cellophane noodles in a spicy, tangy garlic sauce garnished read more

  • Smith & Wollensky

    Category: Restaurants

    A steakhouse in Midtown, Smith & Wollensky offers a variety of quality meat such as the Colorado aged rib eye they age 21 days on site. However, surprisingly the distinctive dishes are a side and dessert item. You will devour the creamed spinach side, as each spoonful will leave you read more

  • Spice Market

    Category: Restaurants

    Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s sultry paean to Southeast Asia by way of Hollywood is a bi-level street food bonanza where beautiful people come to eat beautiful food. The plates are gorgeous but not precious; dishes like spicy Thai fried chicken wings with Asian pear and mint beg to to be eaten with read more