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One of Chelsea's last-remaining affordable restaurants, you'll find a wonderful cross-section of New Yorkers here enjoying the heaping plates of barbecue. Portions are huge, table manners are optional, the side dishes are plentiful, and the barbecue is messy and perfect for kids. Dallas BBQ serves hamburger, cheeseburger, steaks, chili dogs, ribs, catfish—any critter that previously moved gets barbecued here. Try the hot wings served with cool ranch. The Texas-size margaritas and beers served in giant glasses are so heavy you'll barely be able to lift them!
261 8th Ave, New York, NY 10011
1265 3rd Ave, New York, NY, 10021
3956 Broadway, New York, NY, 10032
79 Clinton Street, New York, NY
Tel.: (212) 777-8956
This is part patisserie, part bakery and part reasonably priced dinner spot. In fact, it's all those things at once, but it's hard to figure which is the most compelling reason to visit. Pastries are the focus of early mornings at Falai, when you can pair your cappuccino with a croissant (classic, almond and chocolate), or nearly a dozen fanciful other offerings. Sandwiches take center stage at midday and are available through dinner. The chef, Iacopo Falai, has eschewed novel combinations in his sandwiches; they are simple, made with good-quality cured meats and cheeses. At dinner there are chicchetti, Italian tapas, like a ramekin of leeks melted in butter and sauced to great effect with a scandalous amount of cream, and hearty main dishes, like a deeply satisfying portion of whole-wheat lasagna.
68 Clinton St.,
New York, NY,
Tel.: (212) 253-1960
Iacopo Falai felt as if he was wearing marzipan shackles as the pastry chef at Le Cirque 2000, and so he decided to try his hand at the whole arc of a meal in his very own restaurant on the Lower East Side. Lucky for us. The unimaginatively named, reasonably priced result, Falai, has a concise, thoughtful Italian menu with dishes that are memorable and different but not strenuously so. The kitchen's performance is usually spot-on. Falai is a real discovery and a considerable delight, although when it's crowded, it can become noisy and chaotic and diners sometimes have to wait in cramped quarters for reserved tables.
75 9th Avenue,
New York, NY, 10011
Buddakan is the apotheosis of a distinct genre: the post-millennial urban mess hall as supersize cocktail lounge with stylized dishes, which chart a far-out trip to the Far East. It covers 16,000 square feet, including a main dining room with a ceiling as high as the Himalayas and a row of gaudy chandeliers. The biggest surprise is the food — alternately faithful and fanciful interpretations of Chinese cooking that are much better than they have to be.
Four Seasons Hotel,
57 East 57th Street, New York, NY
The great French chef Joel Robuchon makes his New York debut in a back corner of the Four Seasons hotel, where the 20 counter seats (supplemented by about 30 seats at tables) replicate an arrangement and sensibility deployed at L'Atelier branches in Paris, Tokyo and Las Vegas. It's a bit awkward here, and the hotel intrudes on the restaurant, but L'Atelier handily transcends distractions with refined and often exhilarating food, including a precocious pair of Kobe-and-foie-gras sliders that get my vote for haute burger of the millennium.
155 E 84th Street
New York, NY 10028
Fax: 212 ·988·8888
Tevere's Kosher Cuisine of Rome represents a style and tradition in food that has been greatly influenced by the way Rome cooks and eats to this day. Please join us to appreciate this original menu recognized by the New York Times to be unique. Conveniently located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, this Italian Steakhouse has remained one of the most exclusive locations in New York to have a great dinner.
Take the 4,5,6 Train to the 86th Street stop. Walk downtown along Lexington Ave. to 84th Street. Make a left heading east on 84th Street. Tevere will be on the left (north) side of the street.
214 East 49th Street., NY, NY 10017 212. 935. 1316
2672 Broadway., NY, NY 10025 212. 864. 2323
Juan Rojas Campos and his brother Bernabe grew up with six brothers in a tiny Mexican village, where their mother taught them to cook. Now, with their brother-in-law, the hermanos have opened Mama Mexico, a festive cantina with a roster of frozen margs, a colorful mural of Mexican village life, and a strolling mariachi singer. The extensive menu ranges from the traditional (nachos, burritos) to the less familiar (grilled marinated rack of lamb and red-snapper soup).
52 East 41st (bet. Madison and Park)
New York, NY 10017
Peter Luger chef of 20 years Arturo McLeod left to open his own restaurant - Benjamin Steakhouse. For serious steak-connoisseurs Benjamin is a must visit. The restaurant located in the heart of Manhattan offers the finest and carefully selected prime USDA meat dry aged to perfection. Wide selection of wines and vintages for pairing. The 5000 square foot restaurant features a ten-foot working fireplace rich chocolate brown leather seating oak wood paneling vaulted decorative ceiling and modern brass amber toned chandeliers.
Mon: 7:00AM - 11:00PM
Tues: 7:00AM - 11:00PM
Wed: 7:00AM - 11:00PM
Thurs: 7:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri: 7:00AM - 12:00AM
Sat: 11:30AM - 12:00AM
Sun: 11:30AM - 11:00PM
- Blue Ribbon Brasserie (Manhattan)
- Blue Ribbon Sushi (Manhattan)
- Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill
- Downing Street Bar
308 W. 58th St. (bet. 8th and 9th)
New York, NY 10019
This is a family of eight unique and highly-rated dining establishments popular among locals, visitors and chefs alike. You can now use this website to visit the restaurants online, explore menus, wine lists, hours, locations and other information regarding our products, services and affiliations.
“The Brombergs are no strangers to multicultural dining. In fact, their restaurants are known for serving French, Asian and Jewish dishes side by side. Other chefs seem to love this mix. They come to Blue Ribbon Sushi, Blue Ribbon Bakery and especially, the original Blue Ribbon, to hang out and to eat after their own kitchens have closed.” — Food & Wine November 2000.
Opened on November 3rd 1992, this cozy Soho restaurant has been at the center of the national and international food scene ever since. The Blue Ribbon flagship restaurant continues to receive critical acclaim for its food, wine list and ambiance.
Blue Ribbon is regarded as the premier late night dining experience in the country. The menu reflects the eclectic upbringing and taste of its chefs and owners, Bruce & Eric Bromberg. The menu includes everything from Paella to Fried Chicken, Rack of Lamb to Matzoh Ball Soup and a ground breaking Raw Bar that is considered the best in the city. The Cheese Fondue, Beef Marrow with Oxtail Marmalade and Pu-Pu Platter never disappoint.
Whether you are in the mood for a Burger and a Pint or a Lobster and Caviar, the Blue Ribbon team is always there for you. Blue Ribbon is open 7 days a week, from 4 until 4. Reservations available for groups of 5-8
97 Sullivan Street (bet. Spring and Prince streets)
New York, NY 10012
7 days a week 4 pm - 4 am
Located on the same block as its sister restaurant, Blue Ribbon, Blue Ribbon Sushi came to life on November 3rd, 1995. Blue Ribbon Sushi represents the collaboration of the Bromberg Brothers' Blue Ribbon approach with their partner Toshi Ueki's skill and love of Japanese cuisine.
The restaurant has enjoyed huge popularity and year after year is regarded as one of New York City's top sushi bars. The menu is innovative, and displays a choice of sushi from both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans (not to mention those flown direct from the Sea of Japan on a daily basis) all extraordinarily fresh, creative and abundant. Toshi's specials and an award winning sake list make every meal a truly extraordinary Japanese culinary experience. Whether at the Sushi Bar or at one of the cozy tables in the back room, dishes like shrimp shumai, dragon roll and spicy fish soup, will transport you to the other side of the World. Blue Ribbon Sushi is open 7 days a week.
119 Sullivan Street (between Prince and Spring streets)
New York, NY 10012
7 days a week 12 noon - 2 am
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill is a further evolution of the Blue Ribbon experience. This new oasis is a classic Blue Ribbon Sushi merged with our traditional Brasserie, featuring bone-in rib steak with teriyaki sauce to whole grilled Dorade with radish salad. All served with the typical Blue Ribbon commitment to your first class experience as our guests. The restaurant is located at 308 W. 58th Street.
308 W. 58th Street (across from Columbus circle, Central Park and the Time Warner Building in the new "6 Columbus" Hotel)
New York, NY 10019
Open for breakfast: 7am - 10:30am
Lunch through dinner: Noon - 2am
Lunch reservations are available for any number.
Dinner reservations are available for parties of 5 or more.
Blue Ribbon Downing Street Bar is a recent addition to the Bromberg Brothers' ever-growing family of Blue Ribbon restaurants. Located at 34 Downing Street in the heart of the West Village across the street from Blue Ribbon Bakery, the Downing Street Bar contains a formidable selection of wines, sakes, cordials and cognacs that span the globe. Come in for the delicious food, to try a 3 glass sampling of some of the spectacular wines from all over the world, or if you're up for it, an egg shooter.
34 Downing Street
New York, NY 10014
7 days a week 4 pm - 2 am
Tamarind's team of dedicated chef's draw on India's varied regions to take diners on a culinary voyage of the subcontinent. The restaurant's menu includes dishes from Punjab, Hyderabad, Goa, Madras, Lucknow, and Calcutta. India's assertive spices and seasonings distinguish its cooking from all others.
At Tamarind, owner Avatar Walia has created a modern, sophisticated and soothing setting with a colorful mix of classic Indian textiles and artifacts. He named his Flatiron District restaurant after the sweet and sour tamarind, the fruit pod of a tall tropical tree. The pods contain smalls seeds and sweet and sour pulp and are a highly valued ingredient in India's unique cuisine.
Indian cuisine has been interpreted so clumsily stateside that Tamarind's Intentions — to server traditional sub continental dishes in a tautly stylish environment — seemed too ambitious at first. But the restaurant has pulled off its goal and been a raging success ever since it opened. Chef Raji Jallepalli Reiss, who owns the renowned Raji's in Memphis, offers a menu that renews our sense of discovery without relying on misguided fusions; Witness dishes like lucknow ki bhajia (fritters made from spinach leaves, banana and cheese), nargisi kofta (lotus root dumplings), konju pappas (shrimp cooked in a sauce seasoned with curry leaves, smoked tamarind and coconut) and tandoori scallops served in a bowl made from fried potato strips (pictured). The spice for which the restaurant is named acts as a tantalizing motif: It serves as a bittersweet flavoring in many of the dishes, a dip for the complimentary flatbread, and in a delicious twist, a signature ingredient in house cocktails like the Tamarind margarita and Cosmo (okay, so that's a tiny concession to fusion). Traditional in its allegiances but distinctly Manhattan in its style, Tamarind has hit the sweet spot that eludes many of its competitors.
Prices: $20 - $35
Lunch: 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
Dinner: 5:30 PM -11:30PM
19 W 44th St
Tel +1 212-221-0144
Fax +1 212-221-0188
At KELLARI rarely you will find your favorite regional classics as you have eaten them in restaurants throughout Greece. What you will find delicious is simple food that tastes as good as you remember from your last visit to Greece Here at Kellari the staff strive in the Greek fashion to shorten the time and distance any ingredient spends from the soil, or the water, or the air, to the plate. We purchase directly from Greek and Mediterranean importers fish, oil, cheese, balsamic vinegar, sea salt and beans because they are so distinct and virtually indispensable to the creation of a great Greek meal. Kellari fervently believes in the inherent quality, freshness and greatness of Greek regions ingredients purchased from local, predominantly organic, farmers and friends, many of them from forgotten or heirloom varietals. The desserts are like none you have ever eaten in Greece, yet they feel and taste totally Greek.
LUNCH: Monday – Sunday: 11:30 AM - 04:00 PM
DINNER: Monday – Saturday: 04:00 PM - Midnight
DINNER: Sunday: 04:00 PM - 11:00 PM
BRUNCH: Saturday – Sunday: 11:30 AM - 04:00 PM
352 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036, United States
Merely steps away from the lights of Broadway Etcetera Etcetera is the perfect venue for either pre or post-theater dinner with a stainless-steel bar a 50-seat dining room downstairs and a private space on the second floor. Chef Stefano Terzi along with his partners Daniele Kucera and Franco Lazzari unveiled their vision of a sanctuary that incorporates their unique cultural heritage blending it with years of experience gained from major New York City restaurants including their own ViceVersa. Mouth-watering Italian fare with Mediterranean accents served in an ambience punctuated by modern art and industrial design elements draws New Yorkers and tourists alike to this chic Midtown haven where the outgoing staff will certainly help you make the most of your dining experience.
Food type: Italian
570 Lexington Ave # 1
(between 50th St & 51st St)
New York, NY 10022, United States
+1 888-988-2088 - Toll Free
One of the top Chinese restaurants in the city. Expensive, and popularamong celebrities (they keep personal chopsticks for the famous peoplewho visit), Mr. K's is a great example of fine Chinese dining. Makeyour parents take you there.
Food type: Chinese
Monday through Friday 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM
Saturdays & Sundays 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Our oversized cushions beckon you to come, sit, relax and... smoke! We have over 69 flavors of Hookah to choose from. We also serve great food and beverages and can accommodate large groups. If you come on the weekend, you'll be mesmerized by our belly dancers.
This subterranean, Middle Eastern-themed, hookah-oriented bar and café started out sleepy, but now literally sees a lot of scenesters in its ornamental confines. Plush sofas with tons of pillows provide horizontal longing options for those who partake of this place's 69 flavors of tobacco, which include fresh and fruity staff. Mmmmm….. citrus emphysema. In case that's not sexy enough, Friday and Saturday night features live belly dancers. Ironically, the colorful outdoor space in back is where non-smokers can catch some fresh air while people are puffing away inside. Hipsters aren't exactly swaying to Cozy Café's world music beats, but this is one of those seemingly anonymous places where you'll feel like you're getting away with something.
Sun-Thurs 2.30 pm – 2.30 am
Fri & Sat 3.00 pm – 4.00 am
43 E 1st street
(between 1st and 2nd avenue)
2167 Third Avenue
(N.E. corner 118th St.),
New York, NY 10035
CREOLE Restaurant and Music Supper Club is an exquisite and unique dining and entertainment experience specializing in international Creole cuisine.
CREOLE’s lighting, brick wall, art work, its bar and the aroma from the international Creole cuisine, which permeates the room, create an ambiance of the nostalgic early jazz supper clubs. One is immediately comforted by CREOLE’s hospitality, which promotes unity and family, upon entering the front door. Guests are seduced into a zone of sexy tranquility while dinning at the restaurant. Dishes, such as Blackened Spicy Catfish, Gator Etoufee, CREOLE Stew Chicken, Blackened Shrimp Napoleon, Sweet Potato Beignets, and 20 gumbo variations are signature dishes at CREOLE.
CREOLE marries art, jazz, culture, entertainment and food into one location, and people from all over the world could have a superb dining Harlem experience.
110 Madison Ave
Between 29th and 30th street
New York, NY 10016
Collecting his inspiration from all over the world, Meli Melo’s Chef Bernard Ros brought his worldly experience all to one place in NYC. Thus, the cuisine at Meli Melo is eclectic, with French, Italian, Vietnamese, and noveau American accents. Accordingly, the restaurant obtained its name Meli Melo, from the derived meaning of “a mixture of flavors or cuisines”.
Mon-Fri 11.30am - 11.30pm
Sat-Sun 5.00pm – 12.00am
324 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10001
There is a place you can relax – where the atmosphere is warm, the people lively and the food appetizing. For 10 years, Mustang Sally’s has been that place - a true Irish / American – restaurant/bar in every respect.
Only three blocks from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, Mustang Sally’s is an ideal meeting place for dinner and drinks before an on- or off-Broadway show, a sporting event or concert.
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