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One of two locations in New York, this installment of David Chang's famous ramen chain can be found just outside the iconic Colombus Circle. The busy eatery offers a rotating menu that features a variety of delectable small plates, barley noodles, handcrafted steamed bread, fresh salads, and well-portioned mains. The Fried Blue Prawns, Smoked Pork Ramen, and the Whole Dover Sole are some of this location's specialties. The small plates can be best savored when paired with the signature 'Monkey Fizzness' or the 'Bonji Old-Fashioned' cocktail.
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.
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.
Renowned chef Thomas Keller brought the sophisticated appeal of his acclaimed Napa Valley restaurant, The French Laundry, to New York City with Per Se, which now ranks alongside its sister restaurant as one of the best in the world. Per Se is situated in the Time Warner Center, and its prime location offers guests the opportunity to take in beautiful views of Central Park while enjoying seasonal, French-influenced American cuisine. Beyond the main dining room, there are a lounge, bar, and wine cellar on site, as well as two private dining rooms that are perfect for celebratory occasions. No matter where you are, Per Se is as visually stunning as its cuisine is delicious, featuring earthy tones, a charming fireplace, and wood and stone accents.
Located on 8th Avenue, Da Tommaso Ristorante is a cozy Italian restaurant. Visit this restaurant to treat yourself with delicious meals from the Italian cuisine. The menu includes authentic dishes like pastas, antipasti, salads and soups. The light-colored walls are lined with paintings and wine racks. The restaurant’s friendly staff and homely ambience exudes a warm and cozy feel.
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.