Chateau of Spain offers exquisite Spanish cuisine with an elegant dining experience. The interiors are tastefully decorated with soft lights, wooden furniture and artistic paintings. The extensive use of wood sets the tone of the the decor in whole. Delicious and garnished beautifully, the food promises to capture the essence of Spanish cuisine. The menu has an eclectic assortment of Spanish delicacies along with a few Portuguese culinary delights as well. The place is perfect for intimate family lunches, birthday parties or grand wedding dinners. Whatever be the occasion, Chateau of Spain restaurant promises to deliver a dining experience to cherish forever.
In 1986, sibling owners Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze opened Le Bernardin in New York after finding phenomenal success with their flagship restaurant in Paris, established in 1972. The duo won numerous accolades at the helm of this culinary destination, and it has continued to thrive under Chef Éric Ripert, named executive chef in 1994. Seafood has been the inspiration behind the menu at Le Bernardin since its conception. The tasting menu takes diners through courses filled with delicacies like Osetra caviar, Dungeness crab, Lobster Tail, and Black Bass. Patrons can also enjoy delectable small plates and handcrafted cocktails from the lounge if they wish to do so.
Blue Ribbon Brasserie is an obligatory stop for food connoisseurs in the city. While the wildly popular restaurant now has several locations, the flagship location will always hold a special place in New Yorkers' hearts, particularly fans of the late-night dining scene. Blue Ribbon Brasserie welcomes diners until the early hours of the morning, creating a warm and welcoming ambience with low lighting and details like velvet upholstery. Sample the best comfort food you've ever eaten, savor remarkably fresh seafood, and enjoy classic mains like the hangar steak with wild mushrooms or roasted duck club. There's something to be said for American dishes done right at Blue Ribbon Brasserie.
For more than a 100 years, this huge cafeteria-style Jewish deli has been delighting New Yorkers with their pastrami and brisket sandwiches alongside their scrumptious "kosher-style" meals. The humble eatery, with Formica tables lined up in rows, may not be the ideal place to take a date (unless you want to remind him or her of eating in a school lunchroom), but if you are craving a giant sandwich served with perfect pickles or a couple of kosher hot dogs, there is perhaps no better place than Katz's in the city. There is table service, but most people take a ticket at the door and give it to the counterman when placing their order; they then pay on the way out.
This elegant restaurant is an all rounder. The ambiance is soft and perfect for fine dining. Staff and service is very professional and attentive. While dining here, do not miss out on trying out from the wide selection of about 500 wines available from around the globe. Known for its Pastas, some of the other dishes worth trying are Burrata, Fiocchi con Formaggio with pear and the Pollo alla Martini. Also, host a private event or gathering here, the catering is great. Visit the website for more information.
Located near the waterfront in Brooklyn, the now legendary Grimaldi's offers excellent pizzas. Cooked in a brick oven, the crusts emerge crispy and pleasantly charred. The toppings always consist of only the freshest ingredients, including their delectable sausage, vegetables and mozzarella cheese. No reservations are taken, so be prepared to wait outside along with hordes of faithful customers, who consider this to be the best pizza in New York City.
Hobby's Delicatessen and Restaurant is something of a local institution. This Jewish eatery specializes in deli classics like the corned beef sandwich, pastrami sandwich and home-made soups. You'll also find a delicious array of Eastern European specials on the menu like potato pancakes with apple sauce and blintzes with sour cream. The family friendly restaurant is a popular breakfast and lunchtime spot; the casual ambiance, friendly service and down-home cooking ensures a slew of loyal customers who dine here regularly.
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que occupies a historic building in Newark's Central Business District, offering huge platters of savory selections in a boisterous barbecue environment. The Newark location of this award-winning barbecue spot has maintained the original architecture and embellishments of its 1890 home, a rough wooden bar running through an industrial dining space. Of course this hardscrabble aesthetic is a perfect match for the smokey cuisine of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. The menu can be overwhelming at times, almost every cut of meat offered in several different styles and combinations. If you can get through the reading, however, you'll find just the delectable dish you came for. Several sides round out the mostly meaty menu selections, most in the spirit of soul food and Creole cuisine. An undisputed favorite, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is perfect for big groups with big appetites.
Edison Ale House is situated near the indoor arena, Prudential Center. It is popular in Newark for its tangy burgers and wings, as well as craft beers. Savor hamburgers like Ale House and Margherita, accompanied by sides like Crispy Calamari and Edison Wings. Your meal is complemented by a selection of draft beers, including the citrus-flavored Blue Moon and the fruity Goose Island Honker's Ale. Unwind with inventive cocktails like their tequila-infused 1800 Italian Margarita and the rum-based Coco Beach. If you haven't had enough of sports at the Prudential Center, more than 10 television screens broadcast major sporting events. Head here during their Happy Hours for the best deals on drinks.