MANHATTAN RESTAURANTS
Downtown Manhattan Area Restaurants
The Beekman Pub
Since 1965, The Beekman has been catering to Wall Street’s biggest & best appetites. Sit down for a drink or spend some time enjoying daily Irish delicacies, seafood specialties & our famous burgers.
15 Beekman Street
Church & Dey
Church & restaurant is located on the third floor of the Millennium Hilton hotel. Our cuisine is Eclectic American with a focus on fresh and regional ingredients including local seafood and seasonal produce.
55 Church Street
Ecco
Old-world charm, an excellent seasonal antipasto, and classically prepared pastas, veal chops, Italian bouillabaisse, and osso buco.
124 Chambers Street (bet. Church and West Broadway)
Hot Clay Oven
At Hot Clay Oven, every meal is a delicious and creative experience. Our ovens will captivate your attention and take you to a world of traditional Northeast Indian cuisine. The aromas of authentic Indian herbs and spices infused with Latin, Caribbean, and American flare will greet you as you enter our establishment.
101 Maiden Lane
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Il Giglio
Exquisite Italian cuisine in an elegant setting
81 Warren Street
Ohara’s Restaurant & Pub
In business since the mid-80s, O’Hara’s Restaurant and Pub, located less than a half block from the Liberty Street side of Ground Zero, reopened a few months after the tragic collapse of the Twin Towers. Fortunately, for its loyal patronage, O’Hara’s is back full-swing as an Irish pub and sports bar that serves American-style fare at reasonable prices. Once again, there is fun and frolic in the air.
120 Cedar Street
Open Door Gastropub
Located at 110 John Street, between Pearl and Cliff Streets, the Open Door features updated versions of all your favorites—plus some new ones-in a gracious, inviting atmosphere, accented by genuine Georgian doors, direct from Ireland.
110 John Street
Les Halles
Bustling and lively, Brasserie Les Halles is a typical Parisian brasserie serving fresh and simple dishes of France’s everyday cuisine.
15 John Street
Liam’s Pub & Restaurant
Pub, Restaurant, Party Room, Pool, Darts, Beer Pong. Watch Live Sports on our Tv’s…NHL, NBA, MLB, NFL and more.
90 Fulton Street
Stage Door Delicatessen
Home Cooking and Baking Done on Premises, Homemade Cakes to Order
26 Vessey Street (bet. Church and Broadway)
Stage Door Pizza
Pizza one of the most comforting and satisfying of foods, that’s why at STAGE DOOR we use only the freshest and finest ingredients available to create our pizza.
26 Vessey Street (bet. Church and Broadway)
Trinity Place Bar & Grill
Trinity Place, a new addition to New York City, offers a rare fine dining and bar experience befitting the heart of the booming Financial District.
115 Broadway
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Midtown Manhattan Area Restaurants
Alcala Restaurant
For delicious, mouthwatering Spanish cuisine, Alcala Restaurant is the place to go. Our Spanish restaurant in New York, New York, offers authentic food and excellent service.
246 E 44th Street New York, NY 10017
Amaze
Amaze’s atmosphere, which complements and attracts a fashion, music and entertainment clientele takes you off the busy streets of Manhattan and transcends you to the middle of the Asian culture.
694 3rd Avenue
Ariyosh Japanese
“Great little place for some sushi or ramen. Its not assuming and pretentious, just a nice little operation that’s open till late (till 4am)”.
226 East 53rd Street
Bagel Bar
“This place is unbelievable! If you are a fan of Empire Coffee… Or are in NYC and want try the cities best… Go here!”
360 West 42nd Street
Brabant Belgian Brasserie
Brabant is an accurate and detailed recreation of a typical Belgian brasserie in New York’s Mid/Upper East Side.
316 East 53rd Street
Bull and Bear
With one of the most historic and well-recognized bars in New York City, this celebrated steakhouse offers a selection of fresh seafood and is the only restaurant on the East Coast serving the prime grade of USDA Certified Angus Beef, the highest quality grade of beef available in the U.S.
301 Park Avenue.
Busan
Korean Barbeque has arrived in Midtown. Fused with a touch of Japanese cooking influence, Busan will tickle your palate and make you come back for more. Happy hours are on a daily basis where you can sip on everything from Soju to Saki to Japanese and Korean beer.
232 East 53rd Street
Caffe Linda
Caffe Linda is a refuge for homesick Italian expats as well as midtown desk jockeys hungering for good food and a warm welcome.
145 East 49rd Street
Chom Chom
Chom Chom is a casual fine dining restaurant, offering authentic Korean cuisine in a unique and modern atmosphere. Inspired by the traditional culinary techniques of Korean cuisine, we craft all of our dishes using only the freshest ingredients, including homemade tofu and dumplings .
40West 56th Street
Cocktail Terrace
Hear the soothing strains of Cole Porter’s Steinway Grand Piano while enjoying a selection of teas accompanied with warm delicious scones, delectable finger sandwiches, and pastries.
301 Park Ave.
Cornerstone Tavern
Cornerstone Tavern is Midtown East’s answer to the demand for a high end sports bar experience. We also offer a unique and seasonal cocktail list, rotating American craft and imported draft beer, and a full appetizer and dinner menu.
961 2nd Ave.
Danoi
Enter one of our neighborhood restaurants across the metro area and lift your mood no matter the day. Da Noi holds its diners close and keeps life simple. The dining room exemplifies these qualities; dark wood trim contrasts with creamy lemon walls and the open wine racks and cherry wood bar add warmth.
214 East 49th Street
Dave & Buster’s
Feed Your Fun at Dave & Buster’s, the only place with a restaurant serving everything from wings to New York Strips, a bar with the best happy hour and a Million Dollar Midway filled with the latest interactive and video games. That’s Dave & Buster’s.
234 West 42nd Stree.
Donburi Ya
Everything I’ve had here is delicious, fresh, ridiculously cheap, and comes out quickly – what more is there? Perfect noodle bowls, perfect rice bowls and balls, …best edamame I’ve ever eaten.
137 Eest 47nd Street
East Japanese Restaurant
Sushi & Sashimi, Shabu-Shabu, Bento-Boxes, Miso Soup, Edamame, Sukiyaki, Teriyaki, Ramen, Gyoza, Udon.
253 West 55th Street
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Five Guy’s has been ZAGAT survey rated every year since 2001!
365 West 46th Street
Grimaldi’s
Combined with our freshly made dough, fresh mozzarella (delivered daily), and fresh, crushed San Marzano tomatoes, Grimaldi’s Pizza is the best in all of New York City.
2 Manhattan Locations
Izakayariki
Yakiniku Izakaya Riki is a bar and a restaurant featuring Japanese dishes in the Izakaya style – that is, to accompany drinks. Open late every night, the restaurant has a wooden facade, with stools at a small bar, and a television, set, of course, to a Japanese station.
2 Locations
Katsu-Hama
Ever since our NY grand opening we have strived to procure only the finest pork. Only the softest and most flavorful pork is eligible.
2 Manhattan Locations
Lazzara’s Pizza and Cafe
Lazzara’s serves the best thin crust pizza in the Garment District area, with a delicate sauce that has a delightful blend of fresh tangy tomatoes and a light hint of basil.
221 West 38th Street
McCormick & Schmick
It is a great place for pre-theater or after shopping dining. We serve more than 30 varieties of fresh seafood flown in daily from the local gulf to international waters, available from menus that change DAILY and is THE place to socialize in the best of traditions.
1285 Ave. of the Americas
Menchanko-Tei
Our noodles are made fresh daily in our dedicated factory with our original recipe: a wheat base with Mongolian sea salt, the noodles are allowed to rest at low temperatures. When prepared all three thick nesses are always perfectly al dente.
2 Manhattan Locations
Mr K’s
Representing the essence of each of these regions. The most gourmet recipes with the best ingredients and subtlest of seasonings have been prepared under the masterful direction of the head chef.
570 Lexington Avenue
Nirvana
A new twist on the classic Indian restaurant in Murray Hill, complete with mod ambience, bar downstairs and a private room for parties.
346 Lexington Avenue
New York Thai Grill & Sushi Bar
All you can eat $19.95
37 W. 54th Street
Oscar’s
Oscar’s at the Waldorf = Astoria delightfully marries neighborhood gathering place and stylish brasserie with all of the amenities of one of New York’s landmark hotels. For breakfast, an elaborate buffet is served along with an eclectic a la carte menu that includes Japanese cuisine and a Low Carbohydrate Breakfast.
301 Park Avenue
Omar’s Kitchen
“Charming and hospitable staff oversee a counter filled with tons of great-looking Middle Eastern choices. My shawarma was incredibly tender, and the rice and cucumber/yogurt salad were the perfect sides. The whole platter is a gigantic portion, and it comes with a drink. Excellent value.” -yelp
154 East 55th Street
Peacock Alley
Modern and elegant, the stunning new Peacock Alley restaurant embraces the future and yet pays homage to the history of the Waldorf.
301 Park Avenue
San Martin Restaurant
A gathering place for celebrities in the world of television, radio and the movies. Continental cuisine to delight the palate, continental atmosphere to delight the soul.
143 East 49th Street
Shula’s Steak House
Each restaurant is themed after the 1972 Miami Dolphins’ “Perfect Season” – the only team in NFL history to finish a season undefeated. The menus are hand painted on an official NFL game football. At Shula’s Steak Houses, one of the featured entrees is the 48-Ounce Porterhouse.
270 W 43rd St at 8th Avenue
Sir Harry’s
Located just off the main lobby, offers traditional club ambiance with an elegant bar and seating around checkerboard tables.
400 E 57th Street
The Stag’s Head
Established in 2008, The Stag’s Head is Midtown East’s answer to the growing demand for locally-sourced craft beer, with 16 rotating taps and 50+ bottles and cans. We pride ourselves in serving a diverse selection of seasonal and rare beers from breweries across the United States, and offer flights, growlers and an eight hour happy hour for our beer-loving patrons.
400 E 57th Street
Sushi Ko
Sushi Osaka is an innovative restaurant that brings together contemporary Japanese cuisine and Chinese cuisine. We offer a unique selection of signature dishes such as Salmon Teriyaki, General Tso’s Chicken, Beef & String Beans, Sweet and Sour Pork, Filet Mignon, Black Cod Fish, Rock Shrimp, Hibachi, Ramen and a variety of special Sushi Rolls.
212 E 52th Street
Sushi Osaka
We offer a wide selection of authentic Japanese
appetizers and entrees, catering to the true Japanese gourmet. Along with being a really great place to enjoy fine Japanese cuisine.
535 8th Avenue
Tulsi
Tulsi features distinctive regional Indian cuisine created by Chef Hemant Mathur, critically acclaimed for his clean, distinct flavors and a master of tandoor cooking – from savory street food and breads to tantalizing vegetable specialties and fragrant curries, to signature tandoor-grilled meats and seafood.
211 East 46th Street
Zuni
The cuisine itself can be described as “New American”; a marriage of fresh and seasonal ingredients prepared with a cosmopolitan sensibility. Here, the humble Turkey and Veal Meat loaf is transformed into a sublime experience.
598 9th Avenue