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Situated in the Midtown West locality of New York, The Three Monkeys is one of the most popular sports bar around, offering a wide range of drinks and pub grubs in a casual yet stylish environment. A great place to catch your favorite game with friends, the establishment has flat screen TVs at each corner, allowing you enjoy your time here without missing out on any of the action. The Buffalo Chicken Wings, the Three Monkeys Dog, and the IPA Smoked Brisket are some of the must-tries from their food menu.
54 Below lies directly beneath the infamous defunct nightclub Studio 54, offering guests a more wholesome experience in their cabaret-style dining space. With tables no further than twenty four feet from the stage, 54 Below has become a haven for Broadway's finest who come here to belt out classic show tunes to excited diners. In addition to up to three performances a night, gourmet cuisine awaits guests on the brief but focused menu. Innovative twists on American cuisine populate the menu, featuring espresso marinated hanger steak in addition to house-made mozzarella and ratatouille shepherd's pie. The dessert menu is quite lengthy considering the number of dinner offerings, allowing guests to indulge in decadent creations while being serenaded by some of New York's finest. Designed and managed by a team of multiple Tony Award winning set managers and lighting technicians, 54 Below is the best place to see the stars out to play.
The striking blue balustrade along with the blue carpet is a welcome break from the warm color tones and lightning at the Carnegie Club. It is a grand Gothic setting to one of the best jazz performances in New York. Carnegie Club, a short walk from the Theater District is an elegant place to lounge over wine, cigars, live music and leather bound publications arranged in hand carved bookcases. Relax beside the stone fireplace or climb to the mezzanine level for a quiet evening. This is also a coveted event location for up to 175 guests.
Located inside the Ameritania Hotel, this ultra modern and extremely chic cocktail lounge draws a young, trendy crowd. The décor pays lavish homage to the 'in' crowd's current obsession with the mid-20th century, and the strong cocktails always hit the spot. In addition to the award-winning martinis, pretty much every classic cocktail-including sidecars and Manhattans can be had here. However, be sure to bring your credit card.
If one is in the moodfor some genuine sushi, then head to Sushi Damo near the Columbus Circle. The quiet sushi bar serves sashimi, sushi and tempura that will leave one licking their fingers. The ambience is soothing and immediately comforts frazzled nerves, as the food comforts the hunger pangs. An extensive sake list is also available along with the usual wines and cocktails that one can relish. It is a bit high-end but the experience is worth the money. The plush decor and friendly staff at once put the diner at ease and in a mood to enjoy the meal.
Located right next door to the famed Carnegie Hall, the Russian Tea Room has a rich and long-standing history with New York high society. Originally opened by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1926, this elegant, red and gold architectural masterpiece has been host to countless celebrities, performers and politicians. The restaurant's ownership has since changed hands since its closure in 2002, after the death of former owner Warner LeRoy; it re-opened and returned with the same opulent and stately atmosphere.