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Carnegie John’s is a food cart in Midtown West, mainly serving professionals working in the area. As its timings are almost the same as usual office hours, you can see many people heading here for a quick working lunch. It is one of the most popular food stands in the area and a must-visit place if on a tight budget. French fries, hot dogs, cheeseburgers and sandwiches loaded with piquant sauces can all be found at very low to moderate prices. The Chicken Platter with yogurt sauce is a favorite among regular customers. You can also relish Middle Eastern snacks such as Shish Kebab Pita and Lamb Gyros.
Located in Midtown, Tanner Smith is a modern-day speakeasy with the trappings of an era gone by. Seat yourself at the main bar area inspired by a 20th century libation house. The namesake, Tanner Smith was associated with bootleggers from the Prohibition Era, which is where this old-time cocktail bar derives its name. While the ground level bar has elements of taxidermy, is strewn with teapots and carries a saloon-eqsue air, the underground space is where creative cocktails are served, some even in tea-pots and tea-cups. Dig into small plates, cured meats, burgers and flat-breads to soak up the booze.
This Greek restaurant (named after a village on the ilse of Lesbos) manages to be upscale and completely low-key at the same time. The food is deftly prepared-standard Greek dishes like lamb chops and grilled octopus are updated and given the royal treatment. The fish is always extremely fresh, and can be ordered simply grilled or in a number of other styles. The staff at Molyvos is warm and professional, and there is a good, affordable wine list. Photographs of owner John Livanos' homeland and family adorn the walls, and Grecian pottery is placed throughout the room.
Owners Bruce and Eric Bromberg aim to imbue the success of their Soho venture into this chic Central Park spot. A collaborative effort from the Bromberg Brothers and veteran sushi master Toshi Ueki, Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill is a well-known feature on NYC's dining scene. The sleek, wood-paneled interiors are low lit, creating an inviting space to enjoy a meal. The menu highlights seafood preparations, with some tweaked comfort dishes from sister restaurant Blue Ribbon Brasserie. The curated beverage menu is well rounded, offering a selection of sake and shoju alongside crafted cocktails. Opt for a sake flight to expand your palate and try new labels. Impeccable service, innovative dishes, and a superb drinks menu make this versatile venue a Theater District favorite.
New York Boutique & Café serves an array of Petrossian's signature caviar. Other delicacies on the shelves include smoked fish, foie gras & pâté. An assortment of rich chocolates, pastries and tarts is also available. The café serves a selection of specialty teas & coffee. Almond and Chocolate Croissants are a must when at Petrossian's. Their double chocolate pecan cookies are simply amazing.
Don’t be surprised if you forget you are still in New York the moment you step in Souvlaki GR Midtown. Boasting of an entirely blue and white decor, you will certainly feel like you are on the Greek island of Santorini. If the pleasant indoor setting wasn’t good enough, the restaurant also has quite a lovely courtyard outside. Call for dishes like Lamb Chops, Spanakopita and Shrimp Pita or you can also ask the servers for recommendations. If you are still confused, simply go for one of their house specialties. The flavorful delicacies can be complemented with a glass or regional wine. If you having craving Greek food or delectable seafood, then an evening at Souvlaki GR Midtown might just be what you need.