New York City
Greenwich Village’s historic Minetta Tavern originally opened in 1937 and was a haunt for such cultural icons as Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound. In 2008, the tavern was renovated by restaurateur Keith McNally and his partners Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr, the team behind Balthazar. Now, this Parisian-style steakhouse serves a menu of French-American dishes, including roasted bone marrow with baguette soldiers and the signature Black Label Burger, a prime beef patty topped with caramelized onions. The dining room combines a black and white tiled floor and red leather banquettes with the tavern’s original fresco of the Village.