Nestled in the heart of the city, Theodora emerges as a culinary jewel under the creative helm of esteemed chef/owner Tomer Blechman, renowned for his Mediterranean prowess at the beloved Miss Ada in Fort Greene and its sibling, Nili in Carroll Gardens.
Peter Luger Steak House
Indulge in a legendary dining experience at Peter Luger Steak House, a New York City icon renowned for its exquisite steaks. Steeped in over a century of culinary tradition, this Michelin-starred establishment in Brooklyn offers an ambiance of timeless elegance and classic charm. Savor the famously succulent dry-aged steaks, expertly charred to perfection, and complemented by a selection of fine wines and traditional sides. Renowned for its uncompromising quality and exceptional service, Peter Luger presents an unforgettable journey for the palate, perfect for those who appreciate the finer aspects of dining.
Mēdüzā Mediterrania
Mēdüzā Mediterrania offers a captivating culinary journey, merging artistic flair with the Mediterranean's enchanting essence. This dining experience transports guests to sunlit coasts and vibrant cultures, celebrating the region's rich culinary heritage. The menu, inspired by coastal regions and globally infused, pays homage to the Mediterranean's diversity. The restaurant's design, blending contemporary and earthy tones, mirrors the Mediterranean's natural beauty, creating an awe-inspiring atmosphere. Mēdüzā aims to transform dining into an immersive, sensory experience, making each visit memorable through authenticity and sophisticated experiential dining
Electric Lemon
Electric Lemon, a seasonal American restaurant, celebrates the passionate farmers, growers and artisans of the Mid-Atlantic, transforming their pristine products into clean, conscious cuisine that puts flavor at the forefront.
An experience of its own, Bar Verōnika offers a curated menu of craft cocktails, an extensive selection of old and new world wines, along with a variety of small plates.  
Double Chicken Please
Double Chicken Please is a Lower East Side restaurant & cocktail bar inspired by the exploration and experimentation of traditional drinks and dishes in the spirit of hacking design. The Coop at Double Chicken Please offers inventive craft cocktails that deconstruct, redefine and rebuild iconic dishes into liquid form such as the Japanese Cold Noodle, Cold Pizza, Key Lime Pie, NY Beet Salad, Mango Sticky Rice and others.
Ophelia Lounge
Ophelia Lounge in NYC presents a captivating experience perched atop the historic Beekman Tower. This cocktail lounge boasts a remarkable 360° greenhouse terrace, offering unparalleled views of Manhattan. The space is a testament to custom design and culinary excellence, featuring a 5-star menu available year-round.
The Press Lounge
The Press Lounge offers some of Manhattan’s most beautiful and dramatic panoramic views. Refined elegance comes in subtle luxuries: a glass walled interior space, seasonal cocktails, an extensive wine list, seasonally inspired small plates and informed and welcoming service. Situated atop of the Ink48 Hotel, the Press Lounge is the sister venue to PRINT. Restaurant, owned and operated by Adam Block. Opened in 2010, it quickly became recognized as one of Manhattan’s finest rooftop lounges; Frank Bruni, of the New York Times, wrote that the Press Lounge was “without question, one of the city’s most attractive rooftop bars”. In the same year, New York Magazine recognized it as New York’s “Top New Rooftop Bar,” ABC rated it as one of the top 22 rooftops in the world, and Urban Daddy named the Press Lounge as the Perfect ’10 .
The Campbell
Discover The Campbell, a timeless bar in Grand Central Terminal, where Jazz Age glamour meets contemporary style. This historic spot, once financier John W. Campbell's private office, boasts Florentine-inspired design with hand-painted ceilings and a grand stone fireplace. Choose from The Campbell Bar, exuding old-world luxury; The Campbell Palm Court, an indoor oasis; or The Campbell Terrace, an elegant outdoor veranda. Enjoy classic and modern cocktails, alongside a menu of sophisticated bar fare. The Campbell is a perfect blend of history and modernity, offering a unique escape in the heart of New York Cit
Little Branch
One of New York’s iconic bars from the cocktail empire of Milk & Honey's Sasha Petraske, Little Branch stays true to its speakeasy style, stashed away in a basement with brace-wearing bartenders and live jazz trios belting out tunes on the upright piano. Cocktails, made to the same exacting standards as when the bar first opened, follow the theme with the likes of perfectly balanced Sidecars and Aviations. Ice is chipped off large blocks, glasses are chilled and wash lines are picture perfect. Darker than even most bars of this nature, with just candlelight to help navigate the menu, this place oozes a cosy and intimate atmosphere, something the booth seating only encourages.
Lilia, nestled in the heart of New York City, brings a unique blend of modern Italian cuisine to life. Celebrated for its inviting ambiance, Lilia offers a contemporary yet cozy dining experience. The restaurant's menu, crafted with a masterful touch, showcases a range of delectable dishes, from hand-crafted pastas to wood-fired seafood and meats, all bursting with authentic Italian flavors. The carefully curated wine list complements the meal perfectly, featuring a selection of both classic and unconventional Italian wines. Whether for a romantic evening, a business dinner, or a casual meal with friends, Lilia promises an unforgettable culinary journey in the vibrant NYC dining scene.
Le Bernardin
Le Bernardin, an illustrious French restaurant located in Midtown West, NYC, is renowned for its refined seafood cuisine. Established in 1986 with roots in France, the restaurant has garnered multiple awards, showcasing its culinary excellence. The warm, wood-lined and honey-hued interior creates an inviting and upscale atmosphere. Le Bernardin offers a diverse array of dining options, including an eight-course chef's tasting menu featuring seafood-centric dishes, as well as a vegetarian menu. The lounge area provides a more casual experience with dishes like salmon rillettes and lobster rolls, making Le Bernardin an ideal destination for both formal and relaxed fine dining experiences.
From the up-tempo retro tunes to the brightly lit, lived-in digs (whitewashed brick, tarnished marquee “A” on the wall), this Milk & Honey offshoot proves a breezy evolution of the form. The tucked-away Chinatown haunt, inherited by acclaimed M&H alums Sam Ross and Michael McIlroy, keeps the same bespoke protocol as its forebear: At the brushed-steel bar, suspender-clad drinks slingers stir off-the-cuff riffs to suit each customer’s boozy preference. A call for a citrusy, whiskey-based quaff yielded the Paper Plane, a bittersweet balance of bourbon, potent, herbal amaro, grapefruit-like Aperol and lemon juice that deftly hit on the fruity nose without being cloying. A barstool comrade, looking for something a little sweet, a little spicy and with a lot of tequila, found every criteria met with the Torch Light, brimming with honey and lime notes and pepped with a vinegary back-of-the-throat kick of hot sauce.
Inspired from traditional Burmese dishes passed on to her through her mother, grand-mother and great grand mother, Chef Myo Moe prepares comfort food made from fresh and simple ingredients. Traditional flavors and textures from the old capital of Burma, Rangoon. Bringing to you the perfect combination of healthy and satisfying food in a simple and causal yet elegant setting. As Myo says it’s about “Keeping the tradition alive”.
Gage & Tollner
An oyster and chop house for the 21st century that upholds the timeless tradition of serving top-quality ingredients, simply yet perfectly prepared.
Bad Roman
Bad Roman is a modern, maximalist Italian restaurant from Quality Branded. The menu features playful takes on Italian classics, a regionally-focused wine list, and exciting cocktails.
Tolo, from the chef behind Parcelle Wine, is a Chinatown restaurant with a menu of regional Chinese and Hong Kong dishes. Expect things like rice noodles and typhoon shelter fried chicken, alongside a wine list curated by the folks at Parcelle.
Jean’s is technically a farm-to-table restaurant: most of its ingredients are sourced from co-proprietor Max Chodorow’s farm in New Hope, including its excellent tomato salad and chitarra pesto. Yet while such a term evokes an almost folksy, Americana ambiance, Jean’s is anything but: walls are painted gold, and the dining room is lined with a crimson velvet Scalamandré-esque curtain adorned with zebras. Downstairs is a full-out club that has hosted parties for everyone from J. Crew to Emily Ratajkowski. A must-order? The mini lobster rolls—which come with a shot of lobster bisque.
Le Relais de Venise
If you, like us, are constantly lurking in the steak frites corners of the internet, we have good news: after a two-year hiatus, Le Relais de Venise has reopened in Midtown East. The Paris-based restaurant offers exactly one menu option—steak frites—priced at $34. It comes with a walnut salad and unlimited chicken liver-and-butter based sauce, so you might catch us sneaking in a thermos to bring some home. The lines are already long.
4 Charles Prime Rib
4 Charles is an intimate supper club tucked away in the charming West Village. With crystal chandeliers, plush leather seating and paintings lining its dark wood walls, this late-night dining den winks at a lost era.  We welcome  friends, family, and regulars for gorgeous cuts of prime rib, fresh seafood, and strong drinks. We are currently accepting reservations for indoor and outdoor dining. Reservations are not transferable and we are not obligated to honor transferred reservations.
Gramercy Tavern
One of America's most beloved restaurants, Gramercy Tavern has welcomed guests to enjoy its contemporary American cuisine, warm hospitality, and unparalleled service in New York City for over two decades. Chef Michael Anthony's ever-evolving seasonal menu showcases the restaurant's relationships with local farms and purveyors.
Opened late in 2019, one Michelin starred Kochi is Chef Shim’s first solo project. Kochi, meaning skewer in Korean, combines the accessibility of street food with the depth of traditional Korean flavors. Located in Hell’s Kitchen, Kochi brings a youthful energy to their exploration of Korean cuisine and the New York restaurant scene.
Crown Shy | Downtown NYC
Crown Shy is the first solo project of Chef James Kent. Inspired by James’ upbringing in downtown New York and his experience leading the city’s most celebrated kitchens, Crown Shy is a neighborhood seasonal restaurant elevated by fine dining training and technique.
Tatiana by Kwame Onwuachi
Chef and author Kwame Onwuachi has finally come home to New York, and he’s done so in a big way at this Lincoln Center stunner. Tatiana, named for his sister, is an homage to his most cherished memories of growing up and eating his way through the city, from bodega sandwiches and Italian rainbow cookies to Nigerian egusi stew and braised oxtails. Pro tip: Don’t sleep on the short rib pastrami suya, or the egusi soup dumplings.
As the city’s regional Italian dining scene is booming, it’s hard to keep track of its first loves. So consider L’Artusi, the West Village’s de facto trattoria, which still impresses over a decade later. You’re here for the sumptuous pastas and the Italian wines, and pro tip: The bar’s still the best place to be, whether you’re in a pair or dining solo.
Ugly Baby
At first you think that the entire dining room has a cold. But then you notice that the dazed expressions, pervasive eye-tearing, and rampant nose-blowing are accompanied by the telltale flush and trickle of perspiration that can only signify serious, wanton capsaicin consumption. Yes, heat freaks, Ugly Baby is Thai-spicy. It’s also the domain of chef Sirichai Sreparplarn, who first won a following at Red Hook’s short-lived Kao Soy and Chiang Mai. His single-page menu is a streamlined selection of dishes drawn from all over Thailand, some of which you probably haven’t encountered before: a first sweet, then hot mushroom-pineapple curry with fragrant lime leaves and thin planks of tofu; sea bream with a turmeric-and-garlic rub that’s scraped off before the fish is deep-fried, fried separately, then reapplied like frosting on a cake; mini-muffin-like coconut-milk cakes embedded with black beans and taro, slicked with tamarind-chile sauce, and scattered with crushed peanuts. What…
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Rezdôra is a New York Times three-star restaurant and a 2021 and 2022 Michelin Star recipient from Chef Stefano Secchi and Partner David Switzer in New York City's Flatiron neighborhood. The menu celebrates the cuisine of Emilia Romagna and is centered around house-made pasta, a nod to the restaurant’s name which translates to “head of household”-usually a nonna who hand rolls pasta. Traditionally prepared meat, fish, local vegetables, and Northern Italian wines complement the offerings.
Located in the heart of New York City's Upper West Side, Jean-Georges offers a quintessential fine dining experience. This renowned restaurant, spearheaded by celebrated chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, presents an elegant fusion of French cuisine with global influences. Guests can indulge in a luxurious ten-course "omnivore" menu, featuring exquisite dishes such as winter mushroom ravioli, Maine lobster, foie gras, and duck breast. The restaurant's interior, reminiscent of a modern, upscale Apple store, creates a sophisticated yet inviting ambiance. Jean-Georges is a culinary landmark, perfect for those seeking a memorable meal in a stylish and contemporary setting.
Since opening in 1993, DANIEL has earned its place among the pillars of New York City’s bustling dining scene, receiving numerous accolades for its refined European cuisine, world-class cellar and gracious hospitality.
Clover Hill
Restaurants five times as large wish they could do what Clover Hill does from its postage-stamp of a kitchen. On a quiet, residential street in Brooklyn Heights, the talented Chef Charlie Mitchell cooks with irresistible suaveness and confidence, making the most out of top-rate ingredients, delicious sauces and thoughtful combinations. From Long Island fluke ceviche jolted with lime zest and sweet melon to Peekytoe crab salad wrapped in corn gelée and set in a pool of warm, silky corn velouté, expect to find vibrant, seasonal eating that never once feels fussy or onerous. Under a watchful vintage mirror that hangs above the bar, the charming bistro setting, lit with flickering candles, oozes romanticism.
Gallaghers Steakhouse
Located just steps from the dazzling lights of Broadway and the pulsing energy of Times Square, Gallaghers Steakhouse
Frenchette feels somehow lived-in and new at the same time, a testament to the highly experienced duo in the kitchen and the buzzing energy of the crowd gathering here each night. A snapshot of the dining room mirrors that of a royal feast: Flintstonian beef ribs are dispatched to one table, a glistening roasted chicken to another. Pretty people sip spritzes in the sun-kissed booths near the entrance. A towering mille-feuille ends one diner's meal, while a dram of Chartreuse punctuates that of another. It's a Dionysian spectacle. Traditional French fare right at home in modern-day Manhattan.
Thai Diner
Brought to Mott Street, this charming spot from Chefs Ann Redding and Matt Danzer can be spotted from afar by its corrugated metal-and-wood façade. Inside, the design is just as you'd expect—mashed-up diner with Thai accents, like woven bamboo, rattan screens, and a counter with shiny wood seats. Behind is the kitchen that unlike the décor, exceeds all expectations. Look beyond the Americanized standbys and go for dishes with flavors that are fully realized. Classic-meets-comfort in the laab, featuring fried, not ground, chicken; or turkey- and mushroom-stuffed cabbage with a fragrant broth.
Cecconi's DUMBO
With waterfront views of the Manhattan Skyline, Cecconi’s Dumbo is a modern day classic Italian restaurant open for dinner, as well as Friday lunch, and weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Located in Brooklyn Bridge Park, this elegant and upscale restaurant serves high end cuisine and is open seven days a week.
Sadelle's New York
Sadelle’s is a modern ode to New York’s classic tradition of all-day dining. Since opening its first location in the heart of SoHo in 2016, the brand has reached iconic status thanks to its urbane, celebratory atmosphere and a menu of hits, including the best bagels in America. Among its many accolades, Sadelle’s was named an essential brunch destination by Harper’s BAZAAR and Cosmopolitan, and its sticky buns were ranked one of the Best Dishes of 2015 by The New York Times. Sadelle’s currently has outposts in New York, Las Vegas, Miami, Paris, Boca Raton, and Dallas. The restaurant is named after MFG Co-Founder Jeff Zalaznick’s great grandmother.
Don Angie
Don Angie, located in the vibrant heart of New York City, offers a contemporary twist on classic Italian cuisine. This cozy, elegantly designed restaurant presents a unique dining experience where traditional flavors meet modern flair. Known for its inventive dishes, Don Angie specializes in reimagined Italian favorites, including their signature stuffed garlic flatbread and creative pasta creations. The intimate and warm ambiance, coupled with a carefully curated wine list, makes it an ideal spot for both casual diners and those seeking a romantic evening out. With attentive service and a welcoming atmosphere, Don Angie is a standout destination for those looking to savor the essence of Italy in the Big Apple.
Sushi Lab Rooftop
Located on the rooftop of the Sanctuary Hotel, Sushi Lab takes your Omakase experience to new heights. Experience the  beautiful garden terrace featuring an array of meticulously crafted dishes and unique sushi offerings. Wet your palate with hand-crafted cocktails which pair perfectly with Sushi Lab cuisine.
Casa Cruz
Casa Cruz New York is located in a stunning beaux-arts townhouse on 61st Street, between Park and Madison Avenues. Comprised of five floors, the space is inclusive of bars and dining rooms, special event spaces, and a rooftop terrace.  Our doors are open and we look forward to welcoming you.
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