Conquering New York in one visit is impossible. Instead, hit the must-sees – the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art – and then explore off the beaten path with visits to The Cloisters or one of the city’s libraries. Indulge in the bohemian shops of the West Village or the fine dining of the Upper West Side. The bustling marketplace inside of Grand Central Station gives you a literal taste of the best the city has to offer.
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4.5 based on 2 reviews
Just a very memorable meal! Service was top notch and unbeatable and the restaurant setting is incredible! Food was also great (though not perfect) and very much enjoyable. They served me two extra complimentary courses. Try the rabbit, it was delicious! ANd def go for the guava desert. The meal just ended on such a high note with a variety of deserts. A huge thank you to the team! For pictures and full reviews, check out my instagram where I have shared my deeper thoughts about each dish: @life_on_a_pause (Ahmad Abdullah)
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to Juliana's, a New York-style pizzeria. Juliana's heralds the return of Patsy Grimaldi-not only to the NYC restaurant scene, but to the original location under the Brooklyn Bridge where he co-founded Grimaldi's Pizzeria with his late wife, Carol. Unbeknownst to many, Pat & Carol severed their affiliation with Grimaldi's in 1999 when they sold the business (along with the name). Even though they were no longer involved in the restaurant, they never lost their passion for serving truly great pizza. And so, with a desire to re-live a "dream come true", they have partnered with close friend and former guest Matthew Grogan to establish Juliana's, a neighborhood pizzeria, preparing and serving pies the way Patsy has for generations. Named in honor of Pat's mother, Maria 'Juliana' Lancieri, Juliana's occupies 19 Old Fulton Street, in the Fulton Ferry Historic District, in the building that was once home to Grimaldi's.
Still shocked that it seemed like within 10 minutes of ordering the pizza was at our table and the place was full with people waiting outside. Maybe we got lucky with the timing but we had great service. The pizza was delicious too. Great place to grab dinner before walking back over the Brooklyn Bridge.
5 based on 109 reviews
Very cozy, real italian pizzeria in the heart of Harlem, great pizza and wine selection
I was in NY bringing my son back to school and we stopped here to eat, 4 of us. We started with the beet salad and the spinach salad. Both were fresh and excellent. We then ordered 2 pies, a Margherita Pizza and the Burrata Pizza (which they only do Fri-Sunday). Both were excellent. I've eaten A LOT of pizza over the years and the pizzas we enjoyed are really the best Neapolitan Pizza's I've had. So good, in fact, we ordered a 3rd pizza, the Aglio Olio. I can't say enough good things. The place was clean, great atmosphere and a very friendly staff. Definitely worth the trip if you're uptown anywhere.
4.5 based on 210 reviews
Located at the historic intersection of Christopher and Gay Streets, Dominique Bistrobrings a touch of France to the cultured and eclectic neighborhood of West Village. An intimate window-laden, corner restaurant serves French delicacies pared with curated wine offerings, and it is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Dominique Bistro is inspired by the elegance of Parisian culture and its timeless traditions fueled by the passion and dedication of our Chef and namesake, Dominick Pepe. With a hand-crafted menu of French countryside dishes, surrounded by original brick walls and dark wood interiors, the intimate bistro serves as a community hub for engaging conversation and truly authentic food, since its opening in November 2015.
We celebrated our wedding anniversary with dinner here, attracted by the high trip advisor rating and positive reviews. We had a lovely experience. Friendly staff, romantic ambience and very good food. My scallops and the tarte tatine particularly were delicious. The winelist was pricey by bistro standards but this is New York! A very enjoyable dinner.
4.5 based on 693 reviews
This is a new concept of "fast food",we only use fresh and high quality Italian Products,that are Imported directly from Italy, like our Bufala Mozzarella delivered to as fresh every week. The bread we use, comes from one of the finest bakeries in Brooklyn-Bensonhurst. It is delivered to us every morning, fresh, fragrant and still warm right out of the oven.
How comforting to find 100% Italian cured meats and fresh cheeses generously filling a real, gigantic loaf of bread. We were both hungry and one panino split in half was plenty. High quality, great value, friendly staff - they are doing a wonderful job! I suggest trying the pastry and coffee shop at the left as well :)
4.5 based on 281 reviews
Got an arancini here and I can honestly say it was one of the best I've ever had. I'd really like to go back and try one of the sandwiches.
4.5 based on 467 reviews
Warm unique touches, handmade and carefully curated ceramics & comfortable service allow guests to enjoy an elevated & luxurious Alsatian-inspired fare in an approachable environment. Chef Gabriel combines his classic French training and Alsatian heritage with his love of New York City to create a comfortably luxurious experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant has received the AAA 5 Diamond Award, Best New Restaurant of the Year by New York's Village Voice, 3 Stars from the NY Times & One Michelin Star, as well as being a member of Relais & Châteaux. Guests may enjoy a four-course prix-fixe or chef's tasting menu in the Main Dining Room, or rustic Alsatian-inspired dishes served a la carte in the bar and lounge.
I have frequently dined alone and never been more graciously received as here. From the reception area to the servers to the sommelier, I enjoyed my evening immensely. The delightful winks of half-timber construction and the coo-coo clock discreetly observing the room from a high perch were the only overt clues as to the Alsatian background of the restaurant. That and a couple of choucroute nods on the plates. I ordered the tasting menu with paired wines and can attest to the superb flavor and artistry of each dish. A well-deserved Michelin award.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
You cannot go wrong at Per Se. It surpasses its Michelin 5 stars by a large number. The food and service are consistently exceptional. Get the wine pairings for the maximum pleasure. A food and wine tour you won’t forget.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
If you are looking for an authentic steakhouse with a romantic feel, this is the place to go. Should make reservations. The service was on point. Really appreciated the waiters recommendations and attention to detail. You must try the canadian bacon . Trust me when...MoreNyvette, Thank you so much for sharing your experience. We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed your visit to Royal 35. We thank you for the 5 star review! We look forward to your next visit with us. Warmest Regards, Royal 35 Management
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Le Bernardin, Zagat's top pick for 2013, and awarded the Michelin Guide's coveted 3-stars as well as The New York Times' highest rating of 4-stars, has maintained its status of excellence for over 20 years and its international acclaim as one of the world's top seafood restaurants. Owner/Chef Eric Ripert continues to set unsurpassed standards with his piscatorial paradise and partner Maguy Le Coze's seamless and unparalleled service. *When making your reservation, please indicate in the Special Requests box if you will be attending THEATER so that we may accommodate you appropriately.
Absolutely the best seafood restaurant we have been to and one of the best restaurants full stop. The way that seafood is handled at this restaurant is special. From the beginning to the end you meal flows effortlessly, each course better than the next. Don't forget dessert, they too are something to behold and a special finish to a special evening. A must when visiting New York.
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