hotel restaurant

The Lambs Club

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Overview:

The Lambs Club is Geoffrey Zakarian’s art deco New American restaurant in the Theater District. The swanky decor comes complete with huge red leather couches and a looming fireplace for an elevated throwback feel. Although the food is not cheap, it is brought to you with exceptionally polished service. You will find elegantly plated foie gras in pear bourbon reduction, tagliolini nero with jumbo lump crab and Colorado lamb with caramelized cauliflower. Upstairs you can enjoy a large lounge with a bar. 

Information:

Address: 132 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036

Phone:  (212) 997-5262

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Price: $$$


 

Spring & Varick

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Overview:

Spring & Varick is a morning-to-night restaurant on the edge of Soho serving modern American cooking. The interior is polished and walls are adorned with a rotating mix of local artwork. The menu features contemporary American fare by chef John Creger. Breakfast kicks off early and there are 3 menus throughout the day. The food is pretty straight forward - lots of crowd pleasers but nothing too out of the ordinary. Dishes include squid ink linguine, black garlic salmon, ricotta gnudi with mushrooms and a 12 oz bone-in pork chop. The burger which arrives with tempura comte on a pretzel bun has gained popularity. 

Information:

Address: 246 Spring St, New York, NY 10013

Phone(212) 842-4500

Neighborhood: Soho

Price: $$$


 

The Osprey

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Overview:

The Osprey is a stunning restaurant in the swanky new 1 Hotel near Brooklyn Bridge Park. The hotel itself is incredibly chic and commands a restaurant to match. The venue features multiple dining rooms with waterfront views for all day dining and outdoor seating when weather permits. Floor-to-ceiling windows let in tons of natural light and you're surrounded by reclaimed wood and elegant string lights above. The kitchen offers a seasonal American menu with a local focus. Small plates include head-on prawns, squid with fregola, and steak tartare "caesar style." A major feature of the kitchen will be the Rotisol rotisserie where dishes like branzino, roast chicken & prime rib with horseradish cream and crushed potatoes will be spit roasted. A fantastic meal in a gorgeous space is what can be expected. 

Information:

Address: 60 Furman St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Phone:  (212) 869-4400

Neighborhood: Dumbo

Price: $$$


 

Vini e Friti

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Overview:

Danny Meyer is on a roll opening new venues in 2017. His 3rd and newest space within The Redbury Hotel is Vini e Fritti. The concept is a Roman-style aperitivi bar, celebrating the marriage of bubbles and salty, crispy antipasti. Casual and unfussy small plates like fritto misto, housemade straciatella, and marinated vegetables - alongside Champagne, Italian wines, craft beers, refreshing spritzes, and cocktails.  Go to grab a quick drink and shared bite or have a more extensive evening with a full dinner.

Information:

Address 30 E 30th St, New York, NY 10016

Phone:  (212) 651-3800

Neighborhood: Nomad

Price: $$-$$$


 

Old Rose

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Overview:

Old Rose is the newest restaurant occupying the dining space in The Jane Hotel. It is a morning-to-night establishment 7 days a week that recently launched brunch. .Just like every person who occupies the tables, the space is very posh. The walls are white washed and there's white & black marble everywhere. The team behind the ever popular The Smile has put together an Italian menu of seasonal dishes of seafood and pasta. Small dishes include burrata with grilled sourdough, crispy rice salad & pickled garden veggies. The pizza menu is great offering a vodka iteration, margherita & clam pie. Food here is solid and affordable with a fun vibe. 

Information:

Address:  113 Jane St, New York, NY 10014

Phone:  (212) 255-4143

Neighborhood: West Village

Price: $$$


 

Ortzi


Overview:

Ortzi is a new(ish) all day restaurant in the LUMA Hotel from Chef Jose Garces. The space is sleek and sparsely decorated with a large bar and an open kitchen. The menu is inspired by the cuisine of the Basque Country. You will find many options in the way of tapas and also cazuelas, Spain’s traditional clay cooking vessels. The crudos & conservas section offers 9 varieties including tuna belly, cockles, mussels, and sea trout. If you're hankering for something a la plancha check out the blood sausage or Spanish prawns. As with all tapas places, the food is great for sharing and the space can accommodate a group.

 Information:

Address: 120 W 41st St, New York, NY 10036

Phone:   (212) 730-8900

Neighborhood: Midtown West

Price: $$$


 

Sessanta


Overview

Sessanta is a stylish Italian restaurant that you'll find inside of the Sixty Soho hotel. Broken up into multiple spaces, you can choose your adventure between the warm bar, avant-garde dining room, or elegant patio for people watching. The menu takes inspiration from Sicilian coastal cuisine. There are appetizers like tuna carpaccio, chickpea pancakes, and an antipasto platter. The pastas are the star - I'd recommend the humble spaghetti, cooked and sauced to perfection. They restaurant is open for breakfast as well, making it a great place to start your day.  

Information:

Address: 60 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012

Phone: (212) 219-8119

Neighborhood: Soho

Website: http://www.sessantanyc.com/

Price: $$-$$$


 

Villard

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Overview:

Legendary chef's upscale bistro offering American breakfast fare in a striking baroque setting at the Lotte NY Palace Hotel

Information:

Address: 455 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10022

Phone:  (212) 891-8100

Neighborhood: Midtown East

Website: https://www.lottenypalace.com/villard

Price: $$$