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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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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.
In the heart of New York's most famous department store is a cozy, neighborhood bar & grill serving fresh gourmet burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrées - along with our famous milkshakes and hot fudge sundaes - in an environment that celebrates the 100 year history of Macy's Herald Square.
Established in 1997, Turtle Bay has long since been a favorite and a staple in Midtown's nightlife scene. Whether enjoying traditional American comfort food with a beer or glass of wine, catching your favorite team's game on one of our 25 HD plasmas, or partying the night away in The Upstairs with our state-of-the-art sound system, two-level party atmosphere with 30 foot celings, and live DJ Wednesday-Saturday, Turtle Bay is the answer to all your party needs
Contemporary American Restaurant with a seasonally menu of Tuscan inspired dishes.
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.
Founded in 1944 by Pasquale "Patsy" Scognamillo, Patsy's Italian Restaurant has been in its current and only theater district location (in the building just next to the original site) since 1954. In over 55 years of existence, Patsy's Italian Restaurant has had only three chefs--the late Patsy himself, his son Joe Scognamillo, who has been at the establishment since the tender age of seven, and Joe's son Sal Scognamillo, who has been manning the kitchen for the past 15 years.
This bustling pizzerie serves authentic Neaoilitan Pizza and inspired Southern italian fare with piccoli piatti for sharing, entree salads, oasta al forno and italian pastries. An authentic Neapolitan pizzeria and Italian restaurant situated in the landmark MetLife Building at Grand Central Station at E.45th Street, Naples 45 offers al fresco dining in the warmer months and tantalizing regional Southern Italian specialties with friendly take-out service and gourmet brick-oven slices to go. Naples 45 was awarded the coveted certification of "La Vera Pizza Napoletana," in recognition of serving authentic Neapolitan pizza made with traditional ingredients, methods, and wood-burning ovens - one of only two such awards in New York 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/
Salmon River is conveniently located in midtown Manhattan at 5th Avenue and 40th Street, near Bryant Park, Grand Central Station, the Chrysler Building, and many other NYC businesses and attractions.
Beautiful private space is available for your corporate luncheon, birthday party, or any other special event, from 15 to 125 people. We'll work with you to create a memorable experience.
The name Becco is derived from the Italian verb beccare, which means to peck, nibble or savor something in a discriminating way.
Lidia Bastianich & her son, Joseph, opened Becco in the theater district in 1993. It is best known for its acclaimed $17.95 pre fix lunch menu & $22.95 pre fix dinner menu that includes a large assortment of Italian antipasti or a classic Caesar salad together with unlimited tableside servings of our 3 daily pasta preparations. Becco also offers an extensive a la carte menu including chicken, fish, veal, & pork entrees & a wide selection of Italian wines, all priced at $25.00 per bottle.
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.
The Main Course - by Paul Wein
"I've eaten at hundreds of restaurants throughout my life, but I've never had a dining experience like the one I had at Notaro Restaurant.
Specializing in authentic Tuscan cuisine, Notaro offers a type of food found nowhere else. That's because Angelo, the restaurant's owner, grew up with this wonderful cuisine his entire life. So his Tuscan tenure, combined with the experience of his chef, promise his customers a culinary compilation of cosmic proportions."
HANJAN is Chef Hooni Kim’s second restaurant after DANJI , located in the Flatiron District in New York. It was inspired by the 'joomak,' an old Korean tavern that offered weary travellers good food, good drinks and a place to rest. Many of the dishes at HANJAN are meant to evoke Korean street markets that offer comfort food enjoyed by people in Korea in their everyday life.
Classic restaurant & bar in New York's theater district, with American cuisine and seafood specialties.
This Midtown restaurant's specialty is yakitori (which means "grilled chicken") — a traditional Japanese street food — with an important extra detail: dishes are made with premium-quality meats. Chicken is the focus of the menu, but all sorts of meats are available, as well as classic appetizers such as onigiri and gyoza. Despite the restaurant's commitment to offer premium quality cuisine, Yakitori is a traditional working-class dish, and the restaurant's prices stay true to this.
Frankie and Johnnie's, Steakhouses in New York City.
Mickey Mantle's restaurant is named after the great NY Yankees baseball player and hero, the legendary Mickey Mantle.
The charming Garden Cafe offers an international menu that combines American and European influences. The Garden Cafe caters to the most discerning palette. During the warmer months, enjoy the pleasures of outdoor dining and people watching. The Sidewalk Cafe is open Monday to Saturday from 12:00p.m. to 9:00p.m. and features sandwiches, salads, pastas and other light fare. Signature happy hour is from 3:00p.m. to 7:00p.m.
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.
Since opening New Years Eve 1997, Sutton Place has become a hot spot in the fastest growing destination neighborhood in Manhattan. With three floors, we have four full bars.
Stop by to have a few drinks with friends and listen to live music or house DJ, or watch your favorite sporting events on 18 televisions and four large-screen projection screens.
"The Terrace" at Sutton Place. Enjoy a frozen drink outdoors at our 46-foot bar located on our newly developed outdoor rooftop patio.
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.
Like a rose that blossoms out of a sidewalk crack, Tagine Dining Gallery sweetens the theatre district with an exotic and alluring perfume. Moroccan lamps, handwoven berber textiles and cushy seating create an understated elegance. Habitues of the restaurant/lounge steep themselves in the Maghreb, sipping luscious orange blossom sangria, savoring fragrant tagines, entranced by belly dancers and hookah pipes. What a shock to step outside, following this amazing melange of sensory delights and find not camels and dunes, but rather midtown Manhattan!
Owner Avtar Walia created a sophisticated, warm and harmonious setting for Tamarind in New York City's bustling Flatiron section to reflect the diverse foods of India's regions when he opened his trend-setting restaurant in January 2001. He selected the name Tamarind for his first solo restaurant venture to showcase the versatility of a beloved ingredient, one that is familiar and used extensively in the preparation of the subcontinent's cuisine.
Instead of concentrating on one of India's many cuisines, Mr. Walia offered a wide range of dishes featuring unique and seductive spices and unusual ingredients prepared by a team of expert, dedicated chefs. Tamarind's cool and elegant space with its vibrant modern look coupled with subtle traditional elements, was quickly embraced by New Yorkers and visitors from around the United States and countries abroad. It occupies 4,500 square feet in a former Woolworth company warehouse, with seating for 130 people.
Cozily situated behind the landmark New York Public Library, Bryant Park serves as a stunning backdrop for this New American grill and café. Bryant Park Grill’s elegant and sophisticated dining room is perfect for your business lunch or a night out on the town with friends. Enjoy a romantic dinner or a festive party under Bryant Park Grill’s beautifully decorated, heated holiday tent in the winter, while seasonal patio and rooftop dining are sure to make your summer evenings magical. For more casual dining, visit the Bryant Park Café next door or just hang out at the café bar!