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Located within The Time Hotel, close to Times Square, Serafina is a renowned chain of restaurants specializing in Italian cuisine. Owned by Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato, the restaurant has more than 20 chains across more than 8 countries. Some of their specials include thin crust pizzas, pastas, salads, and lots more. They have a special vegetarian and a kids menu, making this place accessible to everyone. In addition to their spectacular food, they also have a diverse selection of alcohol which perfectly goes with the food.
Housed in a massive but simple space, the Brazilian Churrascaria Plataforma is a meat lover's paradise, with spectacular varieties carved up at your table by circling waiters. There is a huge salad bar, but most people come here primarily for the main courses. The real party begins when servers arrive with all sorts of skewered meat (beef, chicken, pork, lamb, goat), and patrons pick what they like. The desserts and sides are excellent as well.
This bar/grill located at the edge of Hell's Kitchen serves New American food and drinks within a convivial atmosphere, even though it's usually filled with non-locals in the tourist Theater District. The kitchen prepares familiar favorites like sliders, pizzas, sandwiches and burgers while the bar slings handcrafted cocktails until 4a most evenings. Open for weekend brunch, lunch and dinner, West End is a nice spot before or after a show.
With a name like Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen, this Chinese restaurant is sure to catch your eye as you pass Hell's Kitchen. The eatery is small in size, with a simple decor. However, it more than makes up for the size with its delicious food and prompt service. As you take a seat, you will be served some mild tea, which you can savor as you go through the menu. In case you're confused, order the House Special Ramen, which consists of a mixture of eggs, prawns and beef, or a scallion pancake served with flavorful sauces.
Bar Boulud is a sophisticated restaurant and wine bar catering to an upscale crowd in New York. Established by the famous chef Daniel Boulud, Bar Boulud serves a variety of great wines from Burgundy and the Rhone Valley. The sommelier here is knowledgeable and recommends you the right wine to complement your meal. Apart from the great wines, the delicious French food served is immensely popular among its patrons. Some of the famous dishes served here include tagine d' agneu and the compote de joue de boeuf. Definitely a place to experience for its food and the exquisite wine collection.
Épicerie Boulud is a French eat-in as well as take-out place headed by chef Daniel Boulud. Located in Upper West Side of Brooklyn, the place opened up in 2011. They offer specials like cheeses, pastries, charcuterie, gourmet food and a lot more. This modish place transforms into an oyster bar in the evening featuring oysters and and fresh brewed beer and wine. They also provide catering services to lighten any private party or function.