Restaurants in New York
Home to the largest rooftop bar in the city, 230 Fifth is known for its panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.
The consistent freshness of the fish is what keeps this East Village restaurant afloat in a city full of sushi options.
Smell the roses while lunching on scallop-laden bruschetta in the magnificent Tuscan-inspired garden.
Multiethnic small plates, handcrafted cocktails, and late night DJ’s make the Stanton Social a trendy go-to for tapas in the Lower East Side. Established in 2005 by chef-owner Chris Santos, the restaurant has a three-level interior inspired by the 1940’s garment industry.
Customers stuck in the long line that often forms outside this Park Slope diner need not worry: staff keeps patient patrons happy with free coffee, orange slices, sausages, and cookies.
New York foodstuff-focused dining room
Jampacked nightly despite its oversized proportions, this restaurant on the Upper West Side is a popular destination for reasonably priced Greek cuisine in hearty portions.
Stop for steamed mussels or sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna in wild-berry sauce.
At this restaurant, located smack-dab between Union Square and the historic Flatiron district and occupying a stylishly rusticated space inside the furniture emporium ABC Carpet & Home, Jean-Georges Vongerichten shines the spotlight on farm-to-fork vegetables.
This partnership between chef Dave Pasternack, Mario Batali, and Joe Bastianich is known for its dedication to Italian seafood. (Esca means "bait" in Italian.) Don't leave without trying one of the crudos.