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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.
Porter House specializes in different cuts of veal, pork and beef. Though they say one serving could serve two, it could probably serve three people easily. The menu also boasts macaroni and cheese, lovely crab cakes and a sinfully divine sundae. The drinks served here stand up well against the big meaty flavors. This House offers private rooms in which to celebrate special occasions as well as a hopping bar scene.
With etched glass, marble and notable paintings accenting the granite bar, this sumptuous caviar spot located in the beautiful Alwyn Court building brings a special bit of Russia and Paris to New York. There is a prix-fixe dinner available, but most of the clientele passes that up for a taste of caviar. Other dishes on the menu are very good as well. Opt for the whole Dover sole and one of the magnificent desserts, if you decide on the prix-fixe.
Iguana New York is a Mexican food paradise right inside the hep city of New York. While you will be amazed to just dive into a myriad flavors of Margaritas and Mojitos here, Chicken Taquitos and Quesadillas are some dishes that would totally put you on an altogether another high. Iguana has splendid decor with separate levels for dining and dancing so you can enjoy both in their exclusive zones respectively. The club also hosts parties and events upon request.
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.