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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 glorious Midtown champagne bar makes its home in what was once a swanky speakeasy, and it has managed to retain some of that vibrant spirit. Flute carries over 100 varieties of champagne, many of which can be ordered by the glass. It is also cigar friendly and serves extremely upscale bar food like caviar and foie gras. Naturally, this all comes with a hefty price tag, but if you can afford it, by all means enjoy yourself.
The swish Center Bar is a Mediterranean, small plates restaurant and bar with a global flair. Their menu is a fantastic array of sweet and savory plates. Champagnes from across the globe, a curated wine list of 50 bottled variants and an exciting cocktail program ensures drinking is a delightful experience at the bar. Take in the views as you nosh and wine with friends along at this chic spot.
Gorge on delicious Mini Burgers that have earned a lot of repute in the city. Faces and Names, a hip lounge and bar is the ultimate party scene complete with DJs, late nights and TV screens. It even has a fireplace to make things more cozy. The menu features lots of simple dishes that are conducive to the American palate like Fried Calamari, Dumplings, California Chicken Club Sandwich, Tuna Salad Wrap and sinful Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake. The Chocolate Mousse is also gooey, the kind that leads to midnight cravings. The venue is a lively night spot that serves dinner till late, ideal for late night excursions.
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.
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.