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If you are a fan of jazz music, then Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola is the place to be at. Hosting jazz concerts five nights every week, this club has witnessed performances by numerous well-known artists and has been called the best jazz venue by music legend, Tony Bennett. Along with tasteful music and decor, the club also offers a range of soul food items and a panoramic view of the stunning Manhattan skyline and Central Park.
Masa, located in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle is a thoroughly unique dining experience. There are no windows. There is no menu. You order a specialty cocktail made with top-shelf ingredients, then Chef Masa Takayama, just inches away, goes to work on a three-hour multi-course meal of the most mouthwatering, heart-melting sushi. But the fact that Masa is one of a microscopic few non-French establishments to be awarded The New York Times' coveted four star honors is evidence that being at the chef's mercy can only be a great thing. A step into Bar Masa next door is also worthwhile.
Originally a restaurant from Chelsea, London, their second establishment and the first ever in American soil, Bluebird London has got the patrons, as well as, the critics talking. Thanks to the extensive British menu crafted under the guidance of Chef Nicolas Houlbert, this restaurant has turned out to be the go-to place for fans of English cuisine in the city. Looking for somewhere to savor authentic British dinner? If yes, then head straight to Bluebird London and relish dishes like Ahi Tuna Poke, Lobster And Shrimp Cocktail, Cote de Boeuf or Monkfish And Shrimp Curry. The breakfast served here from Monday to Friday starting from 8a to 11a and brunch served here on weekends from 11a to 3.30p feature dishes like Bluebird Breakfast Bowl, Seasonal Fruit Plate, Steak And Chips and Lobster Spaghetti that are delicious, healthy and capable of satiating diverse palates. The laid back brasserie-like setting here combined with the friendly service of the staff will help you have a great time with your loved ones, family and friends.
Bar Masa keeps up the exacting standards of its nearby sister restaurant, Masa. The sushi here is some of the best you'll find in New York. Some of their other delectable dishes include black truffles baked with oyster, fresh, melting sashimi and toro tartare with caviar. Chef Masa is known for serving the freshest catch in the traditional Japanese way. There is also a flawlessly selected sake list to choose from. A visit to Bar Masa may be pricey but the quality and the impeccable service make it perfect for a special occasion.
Slender interior, refined decor and stylish chairs adorn the backdrop of the South Gate restaurant at Jumeirah Essex House. The place gives you a feel of the 1970s, where the walls have mosaic mirrors, brightly lighting up the room that faces the central park. Some of the super-hits of this restaurant are Hudson valley foie gras, butter-roasted lobster in a pepper broth and royale of kabocha squash with roasted sprouts.
Loi Estiatorio is an eclectic restaurant offering the best of traditional Greek and Mediterranean delicacies in a sophisticated and classy atmosphere. Helmed by noted Chef Loi, the menu features her trademark recipes, carefully chosen from her critically acclaimed cook book, The Greek Diet. The menu features appetizers such as Romaine Salad, Grilled Halloumi, Village Salad and Octopus. Village specialties served here also include Lamb Shanks, Stuffed Eggplant, Greek Lasagna and accompaniments featuring Kounoupidi, Horta, Pougi and Feta. Specials on the menu include Salt Baked Fish, Mussels, Tiger Prawn, Shrimp Pasta and Ravioli.