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Blend with the classy and classic patrons at the beautiful bar, or eavesdrop on conversations that rival 1940s movie scripts while sipping a delicious cocktail. This... More »
Founded in 1985, Union Square Cafe was a game changer for Union Square, not only launching what has become a vibrant restaurant scene, but assisting the neophyte... More »
A mixologist pal swears the Zombie Hut muddles up the worst cocktails, pouring in stupefying quantities of liquor without heed to proportion or taste. But one man's poison is... More »
Offering white-tablecloth dining and a slightly more casual, Mediterranean vibe, Molyvos Restaurant features the largest all-Greek wine list in the United... More »
Staying at the Carlyle is like living in a lavish Upper East Side doorman apartment building. (Though perhaps that is because, for the lucky, fancy few who do actually live... More »
Quality Meats' "Rustic New American" cuisine seeks to undo the stereotype that traditional steakhouse in Midtown means boorish, bloody business for executives with... More »
Eight Mile Creek, a fairly new establishment with a mix of Aussie soul and New York class, has an upstairs restaurant lit by tiny candles that offers emu... More »
Started in 1963 by Cuban immigrant Victor Del Corral, Victor's Cafe 52 has bringing quality authentic Cuban cuisine to Midtown for half a century. Victor's sure is... More »
At Forge, in a space that looks like the Little House on the Prairie crossed with Dracula's dining room, we are waiting for our bread. The rolls, lovingly tended by an enormous man who looks and sounds like a Russian wrestler, are being slowly warmed on a skillet inside a cast-iron oven from 1906. "The bread is coming, I promise," bubbles our waitress. Perhaps these hunger pangs are meant to...
Not to be confused with the sainted Roberto's up in the Bronx, Roberto is a new Hell's Kitchen restaurant founded by Roberto Passon. He's the guy who brought the Venetian tapas called cicchetti to town, whereby delightful little snacks of pickled fish, beans, beets, olives, and cod mousse were ranked on a multi-tiered metal platter. My enjoyment of his two previous places, Le Zie and Le...
The room isn't all that different from your neighborhood Japanese, done in comforting shades of brown made a tad more elegant by a pair of vertical rock gardens composed of black and white pebbles pinned behind sheets of Plexiglas, and overhanging boughs that spread tiny bamboo lamps across the ceiling. We sized up our fellow diners without much success: a few obvious tourists, a few apparent...
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