Winner of our "Best Post-Macy's Fix" in 2010, Rick's Cabaret is a super-sized strip joint (and steakhouse!) located just around the corner from wholesome Herald... More »
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 »
Donat even try to get through the door wearing jeans or sneakersaPenthouse dominates as a high-class tittie bar for Wall Streeters who can afford a bottle of... More »
Decorated like a Victorian cathouse, this steak place isn't channeling Luger. With no porterhouse, your choice devolves to just the N.Y. strip, available in two sizes, and... 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 »
Robert Johnson sold his soul for prodigious skill on the guitar. B.B. King was already pretty good, so he ended up with... a Midtown mega club? Just... More »
As if a college-admissions officer ran Joe's Pub, this Village lounge takes pride in diversity through its "genre-blind booking." And they really mean... 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 »
Welcome to the house that Bourdain built, a classic French bistro propelled by its chef-at-large's considerable star power. Anthony Bourdain might be too busy... More »
What happens when you cross the ’80s Madonna classic Desperately Seeking Susan with the music of Blondie in a theater in London's West End? A train wreck. What happens when one man takes to the stage in a comedic retelling of the whole ordeal? Desperately Seeking the Exit. Watch actor and playwright Peter Michael Marino star in a solo performance about his experience conceiving and...
The cassoulet tastes like canned franks and beans with a slab of undercooked bacon on top. The coq au vin is cornstarchy and garnished with cocktail onions, and the house red is unpleasantly sweet. But Le Veau d'Or is working its strange, campy magic on me anyway.
The low-ceilinged dining room seems to be populated with refugees from a Christopher Guest movie and a French retirement...
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