New York City Restaurants

Get your tastebuds ready. New York City’s top restaurants range from Italian to vegan to indulgent French.

Taste the world without ever leaving the island — in Manhattan this is a real possibility. From Michelin-star restaurants serving French cuisine to rustic Italian eateries and fresh-pressed juice bars, eating in New York is a global affair.

crispo-thumbCrispo Restaurant
Serving up fine Northern Italian cuisine in a rustic, yet lively atmosphere, the service and food does not disappoint.
240 West 14th Street, New York, NY, 212-229-1818, crisporestaurant.com

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daniel-nycDaniel
A renowned Upper East Side destination serving contemporary French cuisine from a prix-fixed menu, it’s a place well suited to special occasions, so put on your finest and prepare to be wowed.
60 East 65th Street, New York, NY, 212-288-0033, danielnyc.com
landmarc-tribecaLandmarc, Tribeca
The steakhouse goes chic at Landmarc in Tribeca. This hotspot may be heavy on the meat options, but doesn’t turn its nose up at veggie-lovers with plenty to choose from. Voted one of the 10 best restaurants in Tribeca.
179 W. Broadway, New York, NY, 212-343-3883, landmarc-restaurant.com

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lombardi-pizza-tsLombardi’s Pizza
New York and pizza go hand-in-hand and you simply have to grab a slice when in the city. And where better to get a slice of New York than at a city institution and has been serving up what many think is the best pizza in town since 1905.
32 Spring Street, New York, NY, 212-941-7994, firstpizza.com
mehtaphor-thumbnailMehtaphor
Asian-influenced dishes with a spicy kick can be found at this Tribeca hotspot in the Duane Street Hotel.
130 Duane Street, New York, NY, 212-542-9440, mehtaphornyc.com

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one-lucky-duck-thumbOne Lucky Duck Juice & Takeaway, Chelsea Market
Just because it has the word duck in its moniker, doesn’t mean you’ll be feasting on anything with meat. This raw, organic vegan casual spot stole our hearts as one of the best juice and vegan lunch takeaway in the city.
75 9th Avenue, New York, NY, 212-255-4300, oneluckyduck.com
pastis-thumbPastis
The ultimate brunch spot in the Meatpacking district, Pastis offers up a little bit of Paris in New York with classic eggs benny, French toast and chic lattes.
9 9th Avenue, New York, NY, 212-929-4844, pastisny.com

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stk-thumbSTK Meatpacking
Putting a modern twist on the traditional steakhouse, this Meatpacking district hotspot is part-resto, part-lounge with a club-like atmosphere.
26 Little West 12th Street, New York, NY, 646-624-2444, stkhouse.com

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