127 W. 43rd St.
The newest member to the Heartland Brewery family, HB Burger, is not your average burger joint. With wrought iron and amber lighting, two bars and spacious seating, this restaurant serves up nine specialty burgers and great salads, accompanied by a tasty assortment of "Must Frys" from tater tots to tempura.
40 W. 53rd St.
Fogo de Chão's first churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse) in New York City serves the delicious preparations of gaucho chefs along with a gourmet salad bar, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and an award-winning wine list.
Bloomingdale's, 1000 Third Ave.
Burke's dual-concept restaurant opened in 2005 and spans the 59th Street frontage of the world-famous Bloomingdale's department store and offers a stylish, full service Burke Bar Cafe on one side and a convenient Burke in the Box eat-in/take-out concept on the other.
350 Fifth Ave. (34th St.)
New York City’s most famous landmark, the Empire State Building, now houses New York’s number one brewery, a two-story 450-seat Heartland equipped with two large bars and four giant flat-screen TV’s.
220 W. 44th St.
Guy's American Kitchen & Bar is a dynamic restaurant introduced by Guy Fieri. From the crave-worthy menu featuring Guy's signature bold flavors and creative spins on American dishes, to its buzzing bar scene, Guy's Times Square restaurant promises a truly memorable dining experience.
225 E. 60th St.
The home of decadent desserts like the famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, Serendipity has been enchanting patrons by the millions since 1954.
127 W. 43rd St. (btw. Sixth and Seventh Aves.)
The handsome, 12,000 square foot Times Square location offers its renowned handcrafted beers, housemade sodas, and a hearty steakhouse menu.
625 Eighth Ave. (41st St.)
Conveniently located in the Port Authority Bus Terminal, the newest Heartland Brewery, the Midtown West location features a welcoming mahogany bar, spacious dining room, and Founder Jon Bloostein’s personal collection of “breweriana” on the walls.
1221 Ave. of the Americas (entrance at 49th St.)
A sophisticated, elegant steakhouse with generous portions of prime steaks, cold-water lobster tails, and other tempting specialties.
168 W. 4th St.
Open since 1970 in Greenwich Village, Tio Pepe combines two surprisingly dissimilar cuisines—Spanish and Mexican—and offers a lively bar scene, a sidewalk cafe, Latino music, and a main dining room with a skylit garden patio room, chandeliers, and stone and brick walls.
240 West 56th Street (between 8th and Broadway)
Drawing upon an all star roster of acclaimed Indian restaurants in Manhattan, Benares is the culmination of decades of experience. Restaurateur Inder Singh, a former partner of Devi and Baluchi, partners with acclaimed chef Peter Beck, celebrated for his creative interpretation of his native cuisine at the helm of the Tamarind empire. “I’m pleased to collaborate with Chef Beck. I respect his culinary expertise and am confident that with our combined knowledge of kitchen and restaurant operations, Benares will be a celebration of the foods we cherish” notes Singh. Named for a city in northern India, the restaurant centers on the lush spices and abundant diversity of Indian cuisine. The dining room evokes a warm yet streamlined ambiance with mustard banquettes and dark brown wooden tables. Seating for up to 89 diners ensures a spacious environment while small groups of 10-12 can reserve a private dining room for a more intimate experience. Banarsi saris are highly sought after in the Indian community for their opulent embroidery. The walls are lined with framed banarsi saries. The menu is a medley of Indian dishes with an emphasis on the cuisine of the Western state of UP (Utter Pradesh) where the city of Benares is located.
513 E. 6th St.
Known for their uncompromising choice of the finest cuts of beef and the freshest vegetables-high quality food at reasonable prices in a charming, warm, cozy atmosphere.
233 Park Avenue South
From tender steaks and fresh seafood to mouthwatering burgers and artistic flatbreads, Morton's Grille offers classics, fused with innovative new dishes. The result is a unique place to grab a bite for lunch or enjoy a dinner on the town. Featuring hand-crafted cocktails, eclectic and local beers and fine wines, the bar at Morton's Grille features a little bit of everything.
177 Mulberry St. (at Broome St.)
Since 1908, favorite of Enrico Caruso & many celebs. Pizzas, pastas, steaks, seafood, salads…something for everyone. Famous for lobster Fra Diavolo: whole lobster served over linguine with clams/mussels in spicy red sauce.
Chelsea Piers, 23rd Street and the Hudson River
Spirit Cruises is New York City's most vibrant and entertaining dining vessel.
50 Rockefeller Plaza
Del Frisco's Grille New York is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan near Radio City Music Hall, mere blocks from Times Square and Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House. The restaurant features a sweeping bar with a wood-burning oven, expansive walls showcasing over 500 bottles of wine and a sprawling patio perfect for al fresco city dining.
Inside the Park Hyatt New York, 153 W. 57th St.
Bevy is one of NYC's freshest dining destinations, bringing New American creativity to a sophisticated midtown space. The restaurant is helmed by Chef de Cuisine Chad Brauze, whose intriguing background includes stints with famed chefs Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud, and degrees from both the Culinary Institute of America and Columbia University (Math and Science).
313 W. 46th St.
Celebrity and sports hangout serving some of the best prime ribs of beef, steak, pasta, and seafood in town. Open 7 days a week for lunch, dinner, and late night dining.
38 W. 26th St.
Restaurant and beer hall in the heart of New York City's historic Flatiron District.
489 Broome St. (W. Broadway) & other locations
Founded in 1981 to supply restaurants with essential ingredients, for over 25 years has been offering the same high-quality goods to travelers and locals. Six locations across Manhattan carrying the freshest fruit and vegetables, just-caught seafood, beautifully marbled meats, artisan baked local bread and pastry, on top of a diverse array of groceries. Friendly, knowledgeable customer service. “Shop Like a Chef!”
551 Fifth Ave. (on 45th, btw. Fifth & Madison Aves.)
The ideal steakhouse for a memorable dinner (or just a classic power lunch).
54 Thompson St.
Pera SoHo is a transportative Mediterranean retreat in the heart of Soho.
135 E. 55th St. (btw. Lexington & Third Aves.)
This classic American steakhouse with a touch of luxury offers a selection of USDA Prime Black Angus beefsteak, all dry-aged on-site for 30-35 days, plus seafood specialties.
590 Madison Ave. (56th St.) IBM Building Atrium
Top-rate coffees and other pick-me-ups in midtown.
38 Carmine St. (btw. Bedford & Bleecker Sts.)
A hidden gem in the heart of the West Village. Rated No. 1 Best Soup Dumpling in the City by SinoVision.
23 Grand St.
David Burke Kitchen brings creative, inventive culinary style to downtown New York.
The world-famous Hollywood-themed restaurant in Times Square
135 W. 50th St.
Serving only the finest USDA dry-aged prime beef, selected seafood & more
856 Ninth Ave. (btw. 55th-56th Sts.)
Fine Mediterranean seafood and tapas, craft beers, cocktails, and boutique pan-Mediterranean wines in a beautiful intimate setting.
116 E. 60th St. (btw. Park & Lexington Aves.)
Top-rated steakhouse on the Upper East Side.
212 E. 34th St.
Modern selection of most popular & loved Turkish and Mediterranean dishes as well as mouth-watering desserts.
114 W. 47th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
Multi-concept restaurant offering modern Japanese cuisine, alongside an ever-evolving traditional kaiseki tasting meal.
628 10th Ave.
The Marshal is a Hell's Kitchen favorite, serving up seasonal New American cuisine, demonstrating a knack for making farm-to-table casual, interesting and fun.
234 W. 42nd St. (btw. Seventh & Eighth Aves.) & other locations
Serving hearty All-American family fare since 1980.
129 W. 56th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
The scene at Thai favorite Topaz Noodle Bar is clean, sleek, and pristine, and you’ll find that in both the restaurant’s décor and in their dishes.
52 E. 41st St.
From the beautifully marbled cuts of dry-aged beef to the impeccably refined Old World service and charm, Benjamin Steak House prides itself on a quality dining experience in an elegant midtown setting.
97 MacDougal St.
Classic Italian cuisine in Greenwich Village since 1918
148 Mulberry St. (Grand St.)
Since 1973, a must stop in Little Italy! Home of New York’s Award-Winning Cannoli!
234 W. 42nd St. (btw. Seventh & Eighth Aves.)
A world of entertainment where great food, signature drinks & one-of-a-kind fun can be found
205 E. Houston St.
Delicious, oversized, hand-carved sandwiches on the Lower East Side
928 Broadway (btw. 21st & 22nd Sts.)
Obicà Mozzarella Bar is a casual contemporary Italian restaurant.
1 E. 35th Street
This 130 seat restaurant combines classic steakhouse influences with elevated sophistication. Royal 35’s impressively high ceilings, mahogonywood walls, and dark leather tufted banquets create a rich yet inviting atmosphere. Behind the grand wooden door entrance, is an oak wood bar followed by a corridor lined with oversized circular banquettes. Wine bottles adorn the walls all around the restaurant and an impressively large glass meat locker is on display.
222 W. Houston St.
Spacious beer garden in the West Village.
158 E. 48th St. (btw. Lexington & Third Aves.)
Offering contemporary American seafood and an elegant-yet-classic experience.
328 W. 46th St.
Color and great music steps away from Broadway shows and Times Square.
52 W. 13th St. (btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.)
Hidden inside Walker Hotel Greenwich Village is Society Cafe, a new market-to-table restaurant by rising-star chef Christopher Zabita.
148 W. 49th St. (btw. Sixth & Seventh Aves.)
In the heart of Times Square, Curry India sits on the longtime site of the Ceylon India Inn—the oldest Indian restaurant in New York City, established in 1915. Serves a wide range of exquisite authentic Indian curries, where fresh vegetables come in pairs deftly flavored with exotic spices. Chicken tikka with a savory, orange-colored sauce, roast chicken bright red from the tandoori, poori bread is extravagantly inflated—just waiting to be poked!
44 W. 63rd St. (btw. Broadway and Columbus Ave.)
Ed’s Chowder House brings Montauk to Manhattan, serving up the best of East Coast seafood in an airy, casual space inside the historic Empire Hotel.
23 E. 40th St.
Benjamin Steakhouse Prime combines modern elegance with traditional steakhouse classics, while showcasing signature standouts from highly regarded sister property Benjamin Steakhouse.
69 MacDougal St.
Great homemade pastas and fresh seafood in the heart of Greenwich Village
1221 Sixth Ave. (on 48th St.)
Entering a Zibetto Espresso Bar should feel like walking into any small café from Trieste to Milano.
255 Fifth Ave.
Ben & Jack's serves exceptional prime dry-aged steaks and chops, including the restaurant's signature Porterhouse for one, two, three or four, fresh seafood, mouthwatering side dishes, and exquisite desserts.
Rock your senses with tantalizing food and drinks and an awe-inspiring rock memorabilia collection
120 W. 45th St.
Established in 1969, Bobby Van's serves only the finest USDA dry-aged prime beef, select seafood, and lobsters starting at 3 lbs.
236 W. 56th St.
A family-run celebrity favorite since 1944 with highly rated authentic Neapolitan Italian dishes
Hale and Hearty Soups was founded 20 years ago, with the mission of bringing hearty, high quality, made from scratch comfort food to hungry, busy people.
Pier 61, Chelsea Piers
Manhattan's premier all-glass, European-inspired dining cruise vessel.
303 Madison Ave.
You may be on Madison Avenue, but when you step into Pera, you're entering the kind of sophisticated restaurant you would find in Istanbul.
39 W. 46th St.
Family owned since 1982, this midtown favorite serves traditional Italian favorites with a contemporary twist.
887 Ninth Ave. (btw. 57th & 58th Sts.)
Masseria dei Vini (Masseria of Wines) is brought to you from the La Masseria team, bringing gourmet Neapolitan style pizza from a Ferrara wood-burning oven and a terrific wine program to match.
145 E. 47th St. (btw. Lexington & Third Aves.)
Classic Italian-American restaurant and bar in the heart of midtown.
173 Mulberry St. (btw. Grand & Broome Sts.)
Family owned and operated by a charming Italian immigrant family that has owned various restaurants in Little Italy for generations. One of the best finds in the neighborhood! Wait ’til you taste their delicious homemade pastas, fresh seafood, veal, poultry, soups, and salads on an extensive menu. Casual, charming setting features a smart wine list and a full bar. Lunch/dinner until late (except Tuesdays).
125 Mulberry St. (btw. Canal & Hester Sts.)
One of the largest and leading Little Italy Northern Italian institutions since 1975. Dine in the stunning back garden atrium which is like no other in the city. Their extensive a la carte menu is sure to appeal to even the pickiest of palates, as well as a wide variety of prix fixe menus for group gatherings in one of their numerous private dining rooms.
Whether you're hosting a group event, celebrating a special occasion or planning a business dinner, you'll enjoy Buca's authentic Italian cuisine in an eclectic, vintage setting.
136 Washington Street
Nestled in the heart of Lower Manhattan, Morton's The Steakhouse features legendary steak and seafood specialties.
235 W. 48th St.
"A farmhouse in the middle of Manhattan" offering classic dishes from the Puglia region of Italy
234 W. 48th St.
The Theatre District’s go-to for a wide array of authentic and delicious Chinese cuisine at very reasonable prices.
132 Mulberry St. (btw. Hester & Grand Sts.)
Famous since 1972. Actors, sports figures, politicians, musicians, and other celebs all flock here. Legendary “Hot, Medium & Mild Sauce” simmered to perfection for hours. Exciting dishes like linguine with white clam sauce and seafood Marechiaro. Renowned raw bar. Open seven days lunch/dinner. Try their famous cocktails, sangria, or wine by the glass.
367 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn
This converted Brooklyn carriage house is home to inventive American food, cocktails, and a hyper-local beer list not available in any other Williamsburg restaurant.