A Guide to the Secret and Hidden Restaurants of NYC
In a city filled with blinding marquees, spinning signs, and street hawkers handing out flyers to the latest attraction, there are secret at undercover restaurants in NYC. Find them behind unmarked doors, tucked inside other restaurants.
6 Amazing Ethiopian Restaurants in NYC That You Will Love
Try something new at these eight amazing Ethiopian restaurants from Brooklyn to Times Square to Harlem. Bunna Cafe. Queen of Sheba. Ghenet Brooklyn. Meskerem. Massawa. Haile. Benyam.
New York Coupons: Save $10 at Planet Hollywood
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Waterfront Views and Fresh Seafood at The Oyster House at Pier A
One of the best views in Manhattan, Pier A looks out onto New York Harbor, filled with boats, ferries, and Lady Liberty herself. Come gaze at this incredible view, and relish a plate of fresh seafood while you’re at it. The Oyster House at Pier A is a casual seafood bar and eatery, perfect for a stop-off after your tour of the Statue of Liberty or a day at the World Trade Center.
7 Spots to Get Your Dumpling Fix in NYC
Dumplings are a New York City favorite. As fall turns to winter, there's nothing better than a warming appetizer treat from these great restaurants.
Where to Eat Near Ripley's Times Square and Madame Tussauds
Whether you’re headed to one of these destinations or fitting in both, we’ve lined up a few great places to eat nearby.
Lamano Opens Third Tapas Location in Hell's Kitchen
Lamano ("by hand") NYC has opened its third location, as well as its largest, in Hell's Kitchen, following the success of its Chelsea and West Village outposts. Tapas, anyone?
These Are the 5 Best Places to Get Nachos in NYC
Nachos are certainly a favorite appetizer or snack for many; read on for a short history of nachos and where to find the best nachos in NYC.
Meal Deal: Applebee's Coupon for New York City
Looking for a lively casual dining experience? Applebee's delivers, with simple, craveable American fare and classic drinks that can't be beat.
NYC’s Best Food Courts for Groups
When you’re traveling with a large group, it can sometimes be difficult deciding what sounds good to everyone for a meal. Fortunately, New York City has its fair share of food courts to help save the day. Rounded up below are the city’s best food courts for groups. These aren’t the types of food courts you’d find at a middle-of-nowhere mall either—look for gourmet and artisanal choices, and memorable experiences, in NYC.
The Best Eats Near Empire Outlets NYC
Eat at Empire Outlets during your day of shopping or check out some great nearby options.
The Best French Restaurants in Midtown West NYC
Pre- or post-theater, brunch or dinner, upscale or casual, French food fits any occasion. Indulge in a best-of-the-best tasting menu, grab some wine and escargots before a show, or enjoy a casual weekend brunch at one of these eight exceptional French restaurants in the Theatre District and Hell’s Kitchen.
New Ramen for Fall at Ichiran Times Square
Ichiran, purveyor of exquisite tonkatsu ramen, has unveiled new updates for the fall season. Not only have the chefs changed their ramen recipe, but now each bowl will be served in traditional ceramic jubako bowls. Ichiran is rolling out these exciting new changes at its Times Square location on West 49th Street. Try some of the city’s best ramen before a Broadway show, during your lunch break, or amidst your day of fun in New York City.
The Best Steakhouses in Midtown
Midtown Manhattan offers some of the finest steakhouses in greater New York City. Here are some of the top picks when you want a great porterhouse, rib eye, NY strip, or filet mignon.
Red Peony: Midtown's Newest Chinese Restaurant
Located near the best Fifth Avenue shopping and Central Park, Red Peony is an exciting new Chinese restaurant. Serving a blend of Cantonese dim sum, Szechuan, and the best soup dumplings around, Red Peony makes a perfect lunch or dinner spot in Midtown.
9 Communal Dining Options: Eating Alone Together in NYC
Dining solo? You can eat by yourself with a book, (or your phone), or dine at a communal table. The best approach is the “airplane rule” – greet other diners with a nod and smile but don’t assume they want to talk to you. Here are nine dining options, Includes Le Pain Quotidien, Roberta's Pizza, Jing Fong, and others.
6 Heated Patios for Fall Dining Al Fresco
New York fall has arrived, inviting jackets, sweaters, scarves out of storage and into your weekly wardrobe once again. While it’s still cool (but not cold) out, enjoy your final weeks of dining and drinking outside at these heated spaces around town. And if it gets too chilly, don’t worry; they have tables inside too.
Kids Eat Free at the Ramen Mecca Ichiran Times Square
Ichiran in Times Square has New York City's most authentic ramen. Use City Guide's coupon and kids eat free!
KBBQ: 5 Korean BBQ Spots to Try Now in NYC
Korean barbecue, or KBBQ, usually prepared at the table, is great for large groups. New York has some great BBQ destinations: here are our picks for the five best KBBQ restaurants in the city.
11 Plant-Based Dinners in NYC
This list is for the vegans, vegetarians, and other plant-lovers in New York. The city has never boasted so many plant-forward restaurants, offering bold flavors and singular style, which can be found throughout the city.
9 Places to Eat Lunch Near Morgan Library & Museum
If you’re planning a trip to The Morgan soon, you have a great day ahead. Before or after your trip through the historical library and its fascinating exhibitions, head to lunch at one of these great restaurants in nearby Midtown East or Murray Hill.
Where to Eat in NYC on National Taco Day
Foodies and fans of Mexican cuisine have reason to celebrate on National Taco Day, being held October 4th. This festive occasion happens to fall on a Friday, so gather the crew and celebrate with some tasty food and spirits in NYC.
8 Slices of Classic New York Cheesecake
Food trends may change, but cheesecake endures. That’s what we’ve found in a fresh evaluation of the cheesecake scene in its hometown, New York City.
7 Midtown Brunch Spots You Need to Try
You’re looking for a bite before your Sunday matinee. Or maybe you’re staying in Hell’s Kitchen and looking to refuel after a night out. In a crowded field of options, Midtown West has some outstanding options for your weekend brunch. Get your fix of eggs benedict, French toast, mimosas and more at the following restaurants in Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square.
Le Privé: French Dining in the Theater District
Now on 10th Avenue in the Theater District you can find “French dining, redefined.” Come to the new bistro Le Privé for escargots, beignets, salad Nicoise, and a range of classic French dishes in the comfort of a red-ceilinged dining room decked with chandeliers.