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Welcome to Shopsins, the classic NYC diner owned by legendary chef/owner Kenny Shopsin. The restaurant and its owner were the subject of of the 2004 documentary "I Like Killing Flies". Shopsins offers experimental, unorthodox dishes that you are guaranteed to remember for a long time.
Settepani - fine food, italian breads and pastries
Manhattan's largest microbrewery. The brewery consists of a copper and brass 30 barrel brewhouse, six 60 barrel uni-tanks, four 30 barrel uni-tanks, two 60 barrel bright beer tanks and six 15 barrel servers which are located behind the bar in the restaurant.
Tea and Sympathy is a quintessential corner of England in the heart of Greenwich Village. The menu includes such favourites as bangers ‘n mash, shepherd’s pie, welsh rarebit, roast beef with Yorkshire pudding. Finish off with a treacle pudding or rhubarb and custard.
Carmine's first location opened August 14, 1990 on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Designed by Peter Niemitz, the interiors of Carmine's evoke the images of the quintessential New York restaurant. Born of elements and details from the 1920s to the 1940s, the establishment looks and feels as if it has been around for a very long time. Carmine's classic Italian-American interiors started the trend in Italian style dinner houses with its eclectic, spirited environment that has become the perfect place for family celebrations.
Alma is a landmark in the New York dining scene. Built from the ground up, handcrafted by the four owners, each of the three floors offers a unique atmosphere. In 2002, Alma opened its doors under the auspice of Chef Gary Jacobson. Carrying on his tradition, Chef Hans Dannerhoj continues to create sophisticated and memorable cuisine. Guests flock to the roof deck year-round for brunch and dinner. The roof deck is heated in the winter and open air in the summer with unrivaled panoramic views of Manhattan. From the second floor dining room or the deck the sunsets captured at Alma are like no other.
Traditionally Australian food has been influenced by two main groups – the British, who settled the country in the late eighteenth century, and the Aboriginals who occupied the land for more than 40,000 years before then.
Australian cuisine was heavily influenced by the first English settlers, who favored such staples as roasted cuts of meat, grilled steak and chops with vegetables. Despite an array of different influences in the last 200 years, much of this traditional British food has remained a mainstay of Australian cuisine, particularly in Australian pub fare such as meat pies and fish and chips.
Welcome Dassara Ramen: top quality cuisine, music and art in Brooklyn.
Thistle Hill Tavern is a casual, seasonal restaurant and bar brought to you by Chef Dale Talde, David Massoni and John Bush serving American tavern fare and handcrafted cocktails. John and Bar Manager Bill Riley have complemented the restaurant’s menu with a cocktail and wine program which reflects the restaurant’s commitment to local ingredients. Thistle Hill’s dining room is handsomely outfitted with original mahogany wood floors, exposed brick and ivory walls lined with wainscoting. The restaurant is also decorated with a collection of antique photos, prints and ephemera representing Brooklyn’s storied history and iconic personalities.
The Black Duck, a 75-seat restaurant and lounge, is quickly emerging as one of Manhattan's best-kept secrets. Black Duck highlights Pan-Atlantic bistro fare and is housed in the new Park South Hotel, a boutique property located on 28th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. With the look and feel of a neighborhood bistro, the Black Duck offers guests a relaxing and welcoming ambiance and an unpretentious menu. The Black Duck is open every evening.
The premier New York City venue where every event gets the red carpet treatment and unparalleled attention to detail. Birthday Parties, Bar Mitzvahs, Bachelor Parties, Corporate & VIP Events, Fundraisers. The interior design of our venue is sleek while staying true to comfort and functionality. The PLUS Lounge features restful sofas and oversized plush chairs- creating a social, living-room atmosphere. Adjacent to the lounge area stands a wall-to-wall line of twelve foot doors, which when opened, expose an intimate VIP lounge and dining area we call the Studio. When the doors are closed it appears as a wall with nothing beyond it and allows the room to enjoy an entirely different feel for late night reveling.
More than a supermarket with restaurants. It is an energetic marketplace, an opportunity to taste and take home the products of artisans who till, knead and press to bring you the highest quality products at fair price. Eataly has assembled the absolute best Italian producers from every region under one roof and the absolute best chefs to cook their wares; Eataly is the heartbeat of Italy.
South Fin Grills offers a unique combination of delectable food, exquisite decor and breath-taking views. The mission here is to be the premier upscale restaurant on Staten Island. The entire staff is fully dedicated to serving guests and welcoming patrons new and old to experience everything South Fin Grills has to offer.
Angelo & Maxie’s® Steakhouse is a full-service restaurant renowned for its thick, juicy high quality steaks and inviting 1930s atmosphere; the restaurant emphasizes friendly service and American abundance at moderate prices.
The Original Angelo & Maxie’s is located at 233 Park Avenue South in Manhattan, on the corner of 19th Street and Park Avenue South in the city’s Flat Iron District.
Across from Carnegie Hall, Trattoria Dell’Arte features the largest antipasto bar in New York, a sprawling selection of seafood and vegetable specialties perfect for parties of all sizes. Designed after a Tuscan artist’s studio, the rooms include half-finished paintings, oversized sculptures of fragmented body parts, a gallery of Italian noses, a wine cellar dining room, and a candle-filled private room. The menu focuses on northern Italian specialties such as the steak Florentine, double veal chop, seafood specialties of the Mediterranean, and unforgettable dessert
Heartland Brewer and Beer Hall is the fourth beer hall to opened under the Heartland Brewery. The Beer Hall is located at the South Street Seaport at the corner of Fulton Street and faces Pier 17 and the East River. The bar offers great food, a wide range of seasonal beers on tap and even has a function room for private parties.
Located in the theater district of New York City off of Ninth Ave at 53rd St., Executive chef, Steven Gutterman, serves a contemporary American menu with weekly specials. We offer lunch, brunch, dinner, outdoor dining, delivery, prix fixe menus, vegetarian-food, group dining, and 7 day per week dining. Dress casual and wheelchair accessible.
Peep is a boutique restaurant where you can enjoy top-notch Thai cuisine for dinner or stop by for some late night cocktails off of our specialty drink menu. The modern design features pink neon accents, a high mirrored ceiling, and plush white seats along the bar. Peep in SoHo is the perfect place to enjoy a lunch box, a plate of Pad Thai or entree of Crispy Golden Pork. The presentation is just as fabulous as the food itself! Head on over for delicious thai dishes, refreshing drinks and some of the friendliest service in SoHo. Don't forget to check out our award winning bathrooms that you can "Peep" out of and into the restuarant! Call and make your reservation today!
Noho Japanese Restaurant. Between Lafayette St & Shinbone Aly.
The Lake Club is committed to excellence in intimate dining and elegant catering. Here the dynamic staff stands ready to provide extraordinary service and sumptuous cuisine amidst these stunningly landscaped grounds.
Let The Lake Club create for you... an affair to remember.
With over 40 restaurants in Japan, Executive Chef, Koji Nakano, and Chef de Cuisine, Abe Hiroki, have created a menu that combines traditional dishes with EN original recipes. Fresh tofu, handcrafted miso and housemade soy sauce show a dedication to authenticity rarely seen in NYC. Signature dishes like our Saikyo Miso Grilled Black Cod and Berkshire Pork Belly Braised in Sansho Miso reveal the exciting culinary Japanese landscape outside of sushi.
Designer Ichiro Sato has brought a modern Tokyo aesthetic to NYC with soaring ceilings and oversized windows to provide a backdrop for warm woods and authentic antique panels. The sleek, intimate lounge serves a full menu, and the dramatic, spacious dining room is moored by an open kitchen on one end and a beautiful arrangement in the center.
Remember, while you're patronizing the bustling stands of the green market, that Heartland Brewery is right across the street. Come on in, put down those shopping bags and stay for a bite and a pint...or two...
In the heart of Times Square and the Theater District, Heartland Brewery & Chophouse is a sophisticated version of our three very popular Heartland Breweries here in Manhattan. Award winning handcrafted beers and delicious house-made sodas complement an enticing American menu.
On July 14, 1980 the Marina Cafe opened its doors to Staten Island. It was then that it began dedicating ourselves to pleasing guests and providing only the highest quality and freshest foods available. The Marina Cafe's policy of pleasing has been its primary standard and celebrating 30 years in business is by far the greatest reward.
The Marina Cafe has come a long way in 30 years.
Welcome to Aamanns-Copenhagen, an authentic Danish Culinary Experience in NYC. Aamanns-Copenhagen specializes in smørrebrød, the traditional Danish dish of select ingredients atop a slice of homemade rye bread. It is located on the northeast corner of the Tribeca Film Building in New York City. Stay for breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails, or visit the takeaway counter for a taste of Denmark anywhere in the city.
Located on Third Avenue between 45th and 46th Street in the heart of Midtown Manhattan in New York City and only steps away from Grand Central Station, O’Neill’s is one of Manhattan’s most famous traditional Irish pubs and restaurants. O’Neill’s is an ideal setting for after work parties, dinner, or just to grab a drink and meet up with friends.
The main bar at O’Neill’s opens onto Third Avenue. After work, crowds meet and mingle with friends while they enjoy happy hour drinks from Monday to Friday along with a great Recession Buster bar menu. O’Neill’s is also the ideal hangout location for watching your favorite teams on a number of giant screens and LCD TVs. http://www.oneillsnewyork.com/
Located in Brooklyn along the East River, Pete's Downtown offers the most spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline and Brooklyn Bridge. This landmark restaurant has been a family tradition since 1894. Join us at Pete's for a great exceptional Italian cuisine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Executive Chef John Villa & Corporate Executive Chef Ralph Scamardella