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Cipriani Wall Street is a magnificent piece of Greek architecture and is the former home to the NYSE, the US Customs House and the New York Merchants Exchange. Occupying an entire city block and an area of 16,000 square feet, it is framed by monolithic Corinthian columns amongst a backdrop of Greek architecture. Owned and maintained by the super wealthy Cipriani family, this is an ideal venue for weddings, parties and other events. The place is crowded with suave business executives and society ladies lunching in the afternoons. Celebrity spotting is a favorite pass-time at this place. Visit website for detailed menu.
Ouvert en 1827, c'est le restaurant le plus ancien d'États-Unis. Delmonicos est un grand témoin de l'histoire des États-Unis. Il a survécu le grand feu de 1835, la panique de la Bourse en 1837, et la Guerre Civile. Il sert un mélange excellent de la cuisine Américaine et des fruits de mer. Des salles privées y sont disponibles pour des mariages, des conférences, et d'autres occasions.
Established in 1937, this tavern/restaurant was named after the brook that once flowed through Manhattan from the Collect Pond further north. Step inside and you are immediately transported to post-depression New York, albeit with a more updated menu. Black and white tiles coupled with dark, wood paneled walls draws in the crowd. Today, Minetta Tavern is run by Keith McNally, the man behind Pastis and Balthazar. The dinner menu is highlighted by the cuts of beef, such as the dry-aged côte de boeuf served for two and the bone-in New York strip. The menu is seasonal and ever-changing, although you can always have traditional favorites like steak frites and burgers.
Cet restaurant chic et populaire est bien connu parmi l'élite de Manhattan pour le service excellent, la nourriture superbe, le cadre cossu, et la carte des vins extensive. Gramercy Tavern se compose de deux salles : la salle à manger principale élégante pour ceux qui cherche quelque chose raffiné, servant la viande de chevreuil et du lapin. Il fait faire une réservation à l'avance. La salle Tavern est plus décontracté et elle est parfait pour un dîner décontracté. C'est probable que vous y trouverez une table sans faire une réservation, mais attendez vous à attendre !
Peter Luger is one of the best steakhouses in all of New York. Patrons can most assuredly expect to receive top quality meats and service. The steaks are cooked to perfection, promise to give good value for your money. Moreover, the overall experience is made all the more memorable with amiable and friendly services at the restaurant. Do not forget to check out their daily specials.
Scrumptious babaganoush, irresistible falafel and gooey Kashkaval cheese are only some of the perfectly executed dishes at this lavish Mediterranean-influenced Lebanese restaurant. Ilili is chic, refined Middle-Eastern cuisine with sophisticated offerings like braised rabbit, lamb and plum stew, and striped bass with a ragout of clams and herbs. The dining space glows amber, creating a backdrop for an unforgettable romantic night out. Reservations are recommended.
Located in the Bryant Park Hotel, Koi restaurant is a good place to go to for sushi and delicious Japanese fare. Nicely done interiors with a white lattice canopy gives the place a classy look. Koi concocts an amazing range of sauces and attempts to blend the fiery and sweet flavors. Their crispy rice with spicy tuna, dragon roll, poached halibut, steamed Chilean sea bass, roasted shishito and coconut rice pudding are worth a try. The varied mojitos and martinis set the mood in this trendy restaurant.
This Midtown hot spot with an infamous history has developed a reputation for good steaks and a business crowd. Dry-aged beef is served in hearty portions, as well as extra-thick veal and lamb chops. Seafood selections include red snapper and striped bass. Large dining rooms with dark antique furniture and staid paintings create the atmosphere. Black-tied waiters and efficient service set the pace. There is also an amazing wine list, with huge selections and amazingly affordable prices.
In 1986, sibling owners Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze opened Le Bernardin in New York after finding phenomenal success with their flagship restaurant in Paris, established in 1972. The duo won numerous accolades at the helm of this culinary destination, and it has continued to thrive under Chef Éric Ripert, named executive chef in 1994. Seafood has been the inspiration behind the menu at Le Bernardin since its conception. The tasting menu takes diners through courses filled with delicacies like Osetra caviar, Dungeness crab, Lobster Tail, and Black Bass. Patrons can also enjoy delectable small plates and handcrafted cocktails from the lounge if they wish to do so.
Overlooking the Museum of Modern Arts' Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Modern employs new age cooking skills to give you a unique, contemporary menu with dishes that you won't find at any other upscale restaurant. This two Michelin stars restaurant features an ever-changing food menu with seasonal specials to cater to all your gastronomical dreams. The cuisine on offer is predominantly a fusion of American and French delicacies, inspired by Chef Bissel and Jiho Kim. Apart from the main dining room, The Modern also hosts The Bar Room with a more casual ambiance and offering a seasonal a' la carte menu with an exclusive wine list. Patrons may also use the outdoor terrace, which is bustling with diners during the pleasant spring and summer months.