NYC Restaurant Guide


Hunt & Fish Club Upscale NYC Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan

Hunt & Fish Club Upscale NYC Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan

Updated Feb 17, 2019

The Hunt & Fish Club upscale American restaurant in NYC is located in Midtown at 125 W. 44th St. in Times Square. This posh steak and seafood restaurant is where exclusivity meets accessibility, offering one of the most unique and exceptional dining experiences in all of New York City.

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Paesano's of Little Italy NYC: Superb Italian Dining Since 1911

Updated Feb 4, 2019

Tucked away along a busy block of Mulberry Street is one of the city’s quiet gems of Italian dining. Paesano's of Little Italy is still making exquisite but simple Italian dishes here the same way they did when the restaurant first opened. Paesano's has been a fixture of Little Italy since 1911 and is the original red sauce Italian restaurant.

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Ellen's Stardust Diner: An Out of the Box NYC Diner & Broadway Experience!

Ellen's Stardust Diner: An Out of the Box NYC Diner & Broadway Experience!

Updated Jan 31, 2019

In a city full of diners, and the best ones at that, Ellen’s Stardust Diner stands above the rest in terms of food and overall experience. Ellen’s Stardust Diner is located near Times Square, in the heart of the Theater District at 1650 Broadway, above The Iridium. It is New York City’s most popular diner! It is never empty and many visitors come from far away for this one of a kind experience.

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Caffe Palermo: The Heart of Little Italy NYC

Updated Jan 21, 2019

It is rare for any restaurant to survive 45 years, but even more so in the competitive environment of NYC! Caffe Palermo, in the heart of Little Italy, New York City, has been a favorite restaurant among locals and visitors alike since 1973. The store has been under the constant hands-on supervision of the owner “Baby John” Delutro, The Cannoli King, and his attention to every detail is evident upon your arrival.

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Patsy's Italian Restaurant: An Off-Broadway Hit in NYC Since 1944

Updated Jan 17, 2019

For 73 years Patsy’s Italian Restaurant of New York has been a family-owned-andoperated traditional Italian restaurant located in midtown Manhattan, just steps from the Theatre District, Carnegie Hall, and Lincoln Center.

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Lombardi's Chelsea: Expanding a Perfected Concept

Updated Jan 11, 2019

Lombardi's Pizza NYC in Chelsea: A Unique Combination of Local History

The history of two iconic NYC landmarks have come together in the heart of New York City's Chelsea neighborhood to recreate one of the city’s most fascinating eras with Lombardi's Pizza NYC. The understated but very elegant entrance on Eight Avenue, near W. 25th St., immediately communicates that there's a very special experience waiting for you inside. The new Lombardi’s in Chelsea has elegant décor and transports you back into a very active, fascinating time in the development of New York City.

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Tavern On The Green: Holiday Magic On The Upper West Side

Tavern On The Green: Holiday Magic On The Upper West Side

Updated Dec 10, 2018

The annual Christmas Tree Lighting at the iconic Tavern On The Green was held on November 29th. This magical setting will be open for visitors throughout December to visit and enjoy.

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Frank Sinatra's Birthday Cake at Patsy's Italian Restaurant

Patsy's Italian Restaurant Pays Tribute To Frank Sinatra On His 103rd Birthday

Posted Dec 10, 2018

Patsy's Italian Restaurant is Throwing a Birthday Celebration for One of Its Favorite Customers: Frank Sinatra on the Eve of the Restaurant’s 75th Anniversary, Featuring a Performance by Country Singer Lee Brice.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 from 12 pm – 3 pm

Patsy's Italian Restaurant
236 West 56th Street, NYC

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Emilio's Ballato

Emilio's Ballato Italian Restaurant: Manhattan's Hidden Gem!

Updated Nov 4, 2018

By: Kevin Yazell

When Vlado, one of the doormen at my apt building here in Manhattan, started telling me stories about serving John Lennon, Andy Warhol and a long list of other well-known celebrities when he worked at Emilio's Ballato Italian restaurant many years ago, I knew I had to see this place for myself.

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Little Italy NYC

Best Restaurants in Little Italy New York City

Updated Sep 15, 2018

Buon Appetito! Dining in Little Italy NYC

Little Italy is one of NYC’s most iconic and established neighborhoods. It is also one of the city’s most colorful and traditional. Many of the restaurants and businesses here have been owned by the same families for generations. For that reason, many of the dishes served are from recipes handed down for decades. You won’t find a more authentic meal anywhere in the city!

The narrow but bustling streets still retain the charm they had over 100 years ago and create the perfect setting for a relaxing lunch, dinner and dessert. Buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries line the block and if you’re a fan of great architecture you’ll find much to be delighted about here.
Each year in September, Little Italy becomes the nerve center of the city as they hold the annual Feast of San Gennaro, a Salute to the Patron Saint of Naples. For 11 days over 1 million locals and visitors come to Little Italy to enjoy the festivities as well as the array of excellent and expertly prepared Italian fare.
In 2018, the festival will celebrate its 92nd year opening on September 13 and run through September 23. The festival runs along Mulberry Street between Houston Street and Canal Street, and on Grand Street between Mott and Baxter Streets.

We’ve highlighted a few of our favorite Little Italy restaurants in this feature. Here you’ll find Lombardi’s, the first pizzeria in the U.S.; authentic old world Sicilian recipes at Paesano of Mulberry Street, Fine Italian dining at Il Cortile; go to Little Italy’s original sidewalk café and ask for MAMA, owner and founder at Caffé Napoli...our lady of Little Italy; taste the hand made pasta at Aunt Jake’s and don’t forget Caffé Palermo is home to Baby John, the legendary Cannoli King!

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