Within walking distance from Lincoln Center, Lincoln Square Movie Theatre, and located in the heart of Manhattan’s Upper West Side, Lincoln Square Steak, a classic steakhouse designed with a nostalgic decor that is reflective of the 1960s era, offers steaks that are dry aged to perfection, succulent seafood dishes and an extensive global wine list that features 30 bottles for under $30. At 7:00pm every evening, a talented pianist will provide live music and entertainment for guests. The 140 seat dining room, as well as four private dining rooms and a stunning bar, makes Lincoln Square Steak the perfect place to dine as well as to host parties of all sizes.
New York City finally has an Upper West Side Steakhouse to call its own.
Chefs Club New York is a brand new restaurant in downtown Manhattan, serving inventive recipes from Food & Wine's Best New Chefs.
The restaurant designed by Rockwell Group with exclusive art installations from Murray Moss, makes for a relaxed fine dining atmosphere in the NOLITA area of New York.
This is the casually elegant side of DANIEL whether dropping in for cocktails, à Ia carte dining, late night desserts — or a sumptuous fine dining experience.
The cocktails in the bar at DANIEL evolve with the seasons. The famous “White Cosmo” has a fragrant splash of St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, served over an Orchid adorned sphere of ice, puts a modern twist on the classic cocktail, while the “Bootlegger” combines smoked spices with demerara syrup and Rittenhouse 100
When the Dutch arrived in Manhattan, the island was surrounded by great oyster beds that fed the Lenape Indians and delighted the oyster-loving Dutch. The islands we know as Ellis and Liberty were Little Oyster Island and Great Oyster Island to the Dutch, who might have been sitting on half the world's supply. For the next two centuries, the oyster and New York would be inseparable. The Collect Pond (or Fresh Water Pond) was a body of fresh water near the southern end of Manhattan Island in New York City, occupying approximately 48 acres and as deep as 60 feet. For the first two hundred years of European settlement of Manhattan, Collect Pond was the main water supply for the growing New York City. The pond, fed by an underground spring, was located in a valley, with Bayard Mount (at 110 feet, the tallest hill in lower Manhattan) to the northeast and Kalck Hoek (Dutch for Chalk Point, named for the numerous oyster shell middens left by the Native American inhabitants) to the west-located in close proximity and steps away from 527 Broome Street, our present location. Naming our restaurant after the "Chalk Point" not only pays homage to the history of our location, but also gives insight into our style of food, which couples sustainability and high-level composition with approachability.
Opened in 2004, Per Se is Thomas Keller’s acclaimed New York interpretation of The French Laundry in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. Designed by Adam D. Tihany, Per Se features a serene and intimate environment with spectacular views of Central Park and Columbus Circle.
The restaurant is Chef Keller’s second three-Michelin-starred property featuring his daily nine-course tasting menu and a nine-course vegetable tasting menu using classic French technique and the finest quality ingredients available. An award-winning wine list, boasting more than 2,000 bottles, complements the menu. The list highlights a collection of older wines as well as wines from small producers that are released in limited quantities. Per Se is a member of French-based associated Relais & Chateaux, Relais Gourmands and Traditions & Qualité organizations, recognized for their dedication to maintaining the highest international standards for hospitality and culinary excellence.
Situated in the heart of SoHo, at 527 Broome Street (between Thompson and Sullivan) Chalk Point Kitchen is a 70 seat "market to table" owned by Lower East Side restaurateur, Matt Levine and his indieFORK team.
Levine signed up 5 Star Diamond Award Recipient, Michelin Star Awarded and StarChefs.com's "Rising Chef" Recipient, Chef Joe Isidori, a third generation chef and a pioneer in sustainable seafood to helm the kitchen. Chef Isidori describes "the menu at Chalk Point Kitchen will be a creative mix of local, sustainable and organic ingredients with exciting flavors. Think Chinatown meets Union Square Green Market."