Eat & Drink, Restaurants in New York
New York is renowned for its fine eating scene. New York offers visitors an impressive range of restaurants with both local cuisine and international options to suit all tastes and budgets.
Eight million people live in New York, so the range of culinary experiences is bewildering. The fine-dining scene changes amazingly fast, with new trends and movements springing up all the time.
New York chefs are always innovating. The artisanal and locavore (local food) movement is all the rage the world over.
Eleven Madison Park is a fine dining restaurant located in the heart of New York City. The restaurant overlooks one of the most beautiful parks in Manhattan, Madison Square Park, and sits at the base of a historic Art Deco building on the corner of 24th Street and Madison Avenue.
We offer a full lineup of New York State craft beer, as well as an original menu sourced from our neighbors on Arthur Avenue. Whether shopping for groceries or perusing the bustling streets of The Bronx's Little Italy, The Bronx Beer Hall is the perfect place to kick back, grab a bite and enjoy a cold one.
Restaurateur Stephen Starr and chef Daniel Rose take cues from traditional French restaurants, transforming their place into one of the most exciting restaurants in New York. The dining room offers perfect light in a room adorned in stately yet stylish decor.
For three decades, Gotham has lured diners to East 12 Street to experience the grand setting and the celebrated cuisine of Chef Alfred Portale.
Restaurateur Keith McNally's enduring Soho brasserie is the best everyday restaurant in New York City. The Balthazar is a terrific choice for a breakfast meeting, a steak frites lunch, or special-occasion dinner. For a splurge, get the Balthazar plateaux and the chicken for two.
Roots run deep here. Take a look behind the scenes of Gramercy Tavern, and hear about Executive Chef Michael Anthony's philosophy of seasonal cooking.