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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.
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.
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.
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.
This pretty little tearoom serves the finest quality of loose leaf teas along with Chinese delicacies. Relax in the soothing ambiance and uplift the mood with a leisurely cup of classic Earl Grey or Moroccan Mint. The lunch and dinner are pre-set and consist of glazed salmon, Chilean sea bass and Asian shrimp roll. Books are available to glance over or to pore into, depending on the diner's mood. Private tea parties can be hosted too, with prior booking. It is believed that tea is a magic drink that soothes the senses, savor it here and allow this magic to unfold.
New Yorkers head to Angelo's Pizza for an Italian treat. The restaurant is highly recommended by its visitors for their freshly baked pizza and accommodating service. They have three types of pizza offered here, the White Pie, Old-Fashioned Margherita, and Calzone, that you can customize with additional toppings. You have to try at least one of the signature dishes which include Lasagna di Casa, Pollo Parmigiana, and Pollo Picatta. The ambiance is perfect for a family dinner.