New York State Restaurants $$

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Australian, The, New York City
  20 West 38 Street - New York, NY              
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.
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Lilly O'Brien's Bar and Restaurant, New York City
  67 Murray Street (CLOSED) - New York, NY              
Enjoy a mixture of contemporary Irish dining, fine ales, lagers and stouts, live GAA, live entertainment, a genuine Irish atmosphere and friendly service from Irish staff and people the world over. The Irish have always known that Irish Pubs allow people to relax and be themselves.
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O'Neill's, New York City
  CLOSED 729 3rd Avenue - New York, NY
             
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/
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Settepani Bakery, New York City
  196 Lenox Avenue - New York, NY              
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Settepani - fine food, italian breads and pastries
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Peep, New York City
  177 Prince St - New York, NY              
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!
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Heartland Brewery & Beer Hall, New York City
  93 South Street at Fulton - New York, NY              
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.
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Windfall Lounge & Grill, New York City
  23 West 39th Street - (5th-6th Aves.) - New York, NY              
Come at lunch and you might think you are in a fine restaurant, come at night and the lunch would be unimaginable to you – the lunch tables are gone, the 44 foot bar awakens, drinking and music prevail, and “party” is the password. But either way we are always ready to capture any celebration you like.
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Shopsins, New York City
  120 Essex St - New York, NY              
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.
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Angelo and Maxie's Steakhouse, New York City
  233 Park Ave. South - (19th Street) - New York, NY              
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.
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Mad Dog & Beans Mexican Cantina, New York City
  83 Pearl Street - New York, NY              
A casual-upscale Mexican restaurant featuring a traditional Mexican menu. The theme is based on the Mexican Revolution. The decor features vintage black-and-white photos of banditos and scenes of Mexico printed on canvas and displayed throughout the restaurant. Barn wood, iron, weathered furniture (imported directly from Mexico), wrought-iron chandeliers, Edison bulbs, candlelight and other traditional decorative elements all combine to provide a warm and rustic dining atmosphere.
Flat-screen televisions in the bar area feature sports and vintage Mexican movies, while stainless-steel and glass Guacamole stations add a modern contrast to the overall look. Music is a lively Mexican and Spanish selection during the day at both the bar area and the dining area. During happy hour, the bar area switches over to top 100, classic and contemporary rock, while guests can enjoy a more traditional Mexican dining experience upstairs where Mexican/Spanish music continues to play.
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Osso Buco, New York City
  88 University Pl. (11th-12th Streets) - Greenwich Village - New York, NY              
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South Fin Grills, New York City
  300 Father Capodanno Blvd - New York, NY              
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.
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Ruby Foo's, New York City
  2182 Broadway - (76th-77th Streets) - New York, NY              
In the heart of what makes Manhattan tick, Ruby Foo's Times Square is creating a buzz of its own amid the glitz and glitter of Broadway's twinkling lights. Follow the neon light beaming from our fifty-foot "Ruby Foo's" sign. On 49th street, there is no mistaking: the revolving sign beckons passers-by to enter its Shanghai-style banquet setting for Ruby Foo's signature Pan-Asian cuisine.
Inside this 300-seat, multi-decked "Palace", bold colors, broad decorative strokes, mah-jongg tiled walls and colorful open lobby bar are the visual essence of the Ruby Foo's design. A huge lacquered "red gate" archway is the entrance to the Ruby Foo's experience, and is accented with the venue's dramatic lighting that includes lanterns replicated from China's "Forbidden City." At the north end, a gold-leafed Buddha keeps a watchful eye over the guests while they peruse Executive Chef Shawn Edelman's vast menu, a collection of delicious dishes from every part of the Asian continent.
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Heartland Brewery, New York City
  35 Union Square West (CLOSED) - Union Square - New York, NY              
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...
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Ramen Yebisu, New York City
  126 N 6th St - Brooklyn, NY              
Ramen Yebisu offers Sapporo-style ramen created by chef Akira Hiratsuka from Hokkaido Japan. Chef Hiratsuka has crafted the menu at Yebisu from years of experience as a head chef at the renowned Yakitori Totto where he helped pioneer truly authentic Japanese Yakitori in New York City. Growing up in Sapporo on Japan’s Northernmost island of Hokkaido, chef Hiratsuka learned from a tradition of cuisine that uses the finest seafood from the Northern Japan Sea, fresh locally grown vegetables, and a thicker style noodle typical of Sapporo ramen.
Yebisu’s Ramen, also known as “Nama-Men” is made with a special home-made, extremely fresh unheated moist noodle. Yebisu ferments noodles for 48 hours and serve the noodle within a day giving the noodles a superior taste and texture.
Ramen Yebisu has created a unique ramen experience combining Sapporo-style soup with our signature noodles.
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Zoma Restaurant, New York City
  2084 Frederick Douglas Blvd - Harlem - New York, NY              
Ethiopian Cousine.
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Dos Caminos Soho, New York City
  475 West Broadway - New York, NY              
Moving South of the Border (south of Houston Street, that is) Dos Caminos SoHo has brought the fiesta downtown, capturing the true spirit of genuine Mexican cuisine. Executive Chefs Scott Linquist and Manuel Trevino III continue to spice up the New York Mexican scene. From after-work margaritas to a fiesta-friendly lunch, dinner or brunch, Dos Caminos SoHo has also earned a place among the city's top Mexican spots. Let the celebration at Dos Caminos SoHo begin!
Consider the menu a boarding pass to Mexico City. Enjoy Cazuela de Queso, Rib Eye Steak Alambre or one of our other modern takes on traditional Mexican cuisine like the Grilled Kobe Beef Tacos with Caramelized Onions. And no one should miss the fresh, made-to-order guacamole (that Food & Wine called the City's Best) served with homemade tortilla chips - or veggies for those counting carbs!
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Alma Restaurant, New York City
  187 Columbia Street - Brooklyn, NY              
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.
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Schnitzel Haus, New York City
  7319 Fifth Ave - Brooklyn - New York, NY              
German born Executive Chef Uwe along with owner Fred Urban bring authentic German food to Brooklyn. Tastes from the old country are re-created and enjoyed at the Schnitzel Haus of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Come for lunch or dinner 7 days a week or have the staff cater an event for you in the private 2nd floor lounge complete with a full bar and veranda.
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New Bistro, New York City
  2561 Hylan Blvd. - Staten Island, NY              
Located on Hylan Boulevard in the heart of Staten Island, Bistro is renown for sophisticated, welcoming atmosphere, innovative cuisine and exceptional service. From the moment guests walk through the doors, they are captivated by exquisitely prepared Italian dishes in a chic and stylish setting. Spacious bar is the perfect place to sip a cocktail while enjoying live music. http://www.bistro2000.com
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Thistle Hill Tavern, New York City
  441 Seventh Avenue - Brooklyn, NY              
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.
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Bounce NYC Restaurant & Sports Lounge, New York City
  1403 2nd Avenue (73rd Street) - Upper East Side - New York, NY              
Bounce is located at 1403 2nd Avenue, on the corner of 73rd Street in New York, NY. Bounce. Reinventing the Sports Bar in New York City.
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Greenwood Park, New York City
  555 7th Ave. - (between 19th & 20th St.) - Brooklyn, NY              
We are a 13,000 square foot indoor / outdoor restaurant, bar and beer garden with 60 tap lines, an indoor bar as well as an outdoor cargo bar and 3 bocce ball courts.
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New Leaf Cafe, New York City
  1 Margaret Corbin Drive - (Fort Tryon Park) - New York, NY              
Nestled in Upper Manhattan’s historic Fort Tryon Park, the New Leaf Restaurant & Bar offers a stylish and unforgettable dining experience.
Housed in a restored 1930s cobblestone New York City Parks Department building and enveloped by lush, forested surroundings, dining at the New Leaf is like visiting a charming, upstate country inn without ever leaving the city. A true storybook-like setting, the New Leaf was voted “Upper Manhattan’s Most Romantic Restaurant.”
Executive Chef Scott Campbell brings more than 20 years distinguished culinary experience to the New Leaf. Drawing inspiration from local green markets, upstate New York farms and New York City’s community gardens, Chef Campbell creates a constantly changing, imaginative and modern American menu featuring seasonal dishes made from only the freshest, all-natural produce.
The New Leaf is an enterprise of the non-profit New York Restoration Project (NYRP), with proceeds supporting the restoration and maintenance of New York City parks, community gardens and open spaces.
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Tea & Sympathy, New York City
  108 Greenwich Avenue - New York, NY              
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.
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Chelsea Brewing Company, New York City
  Pier 59, Chelsea Piers - (18th St. & West Side Hwy.) - New York, NY              
The Chelsea Brewing Company is located on pier 59 which is also the home of New York City's only high-tech Golf driving range and a 30,000 square foot fashion photography studio.
The 12,000 square foot restaurant & microbrewery features 24 foot ceilings, mahogany wood bars and a cigar lounge. All this is located behind a two story wall of glass with a pristine view of a 60 slip marina on the Hudson River. The brew house specializes in serving up to 20 handcrafted premium beers, offers an extensive wine, single malt scotch and liquor list as well as a variety of gourmet pizzas, pastas, salads and gourmet pub cuisine
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Payard Patisserie & Bistro, New York City
  1032 Lexington Ave. - (73rd-74rh Streets) - New York, NY              
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Opia Restaurant and Lounge, New York City
  130 East 57th street - (Lexington-Park Aves.) - New York, NY              
Opia is open seven days a week, serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a lounge fare. After nine years of wining and dining Manhattan's Midtown-East crowd, managing partners Frederick Lesort and Antoine Blech have given Opia Restaurant and Lounge (130 East 57th St, New York, NY 10022) a complete makeover, spearheaded by leading designer Jordan Mozer.
Now with new design elements including an expanded terrace overlooking the bustling street where up to eight guests per terrace can dine al fresco, an original hand-blown glass sculpture by Mozer, and a redesigned banquet area with accommodations for up to 400 people, Opia will continue its long-standing presence on this busy corner of Lexington Avenue.
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Mickey Mantle's Restaurant, New York City
  42 Central Park South - New York, NY              
Mickey Mantle's restaurant is named after the great NY Yankees baseball player and hero, the legendary Mickey Mantle.
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Mesa Grill, New York City
  102 5th Ave - Flatiron, Union Square - New York, NY              
Bobby Flay's cookbooks are available for purchase at the restaurant; so is his poultry rub, the ingredients of which are listed on the back of the restaurant's cards.