Places to Eat and Drink in New York

Dinosaur BBQ New York

THE DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE BEGAN LIFE IN 1983 AS A MOBILE CONCESSION STAND USING A 55-GALLON DRUM CUT IN HALF.

The idea was hatched by founder John Stage and his two partners at the Harley Rendezvous, a massive motorcycle gathering near Albany, N.Y. The three partners believed that bikers deserve a good plate of food and that the Dinosaur could provide it. For five years, the Dinosaur's home was the road, where they served good bar-b-que at motorcycle shows, fairs, and festivals throughout the Northeast.

Majestic Theatre, 245 West 44th Street, Between Broadway and 8th Avenue

Gabriel Kreuther

Chef Gabriel combines his classic French training and Alsatian heritage with his love of New York City to create a comfortably luxurious experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant has received the AAA 5 Diamond Award, Best New Restaurant of the Year by New York's Village Voice, 3 Stars from the NY Times & One Michelin Star, as well as being a member of Relais & Châteaux.

41 W. 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

Cull & Pistol

A quick-service seafood concept located in our Chelsea Market retail store. Run by the culinary team behind Cull & Pistol restaurant, The Galley offers traditional clam shack fare including lobster rolls, fried shrimp boats, crab cake sandwiches and New England clam chowder while also creating unique specialty items based on what’s currently in season and what’s fresh in our market.

Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Avenue

Daniel

The menu at DANIEL is a symphony of the seasons, inspired by the traditions of French culinary heritage.

Guests may enjoy dishes as a four-course prix fixe or seven-course tasting menu.

Individual dishes are available à la carte in our bar and lounge.

60 E 65th Street New York, NY 10065

Per Se

Two tasting menus are offered daily: a nine-course chef's tasting menu, as well as a nine-course vegetable tasting menu. No single ingredient is ever repeated throughout the meal.

Additionally, a five-course chef's tasting menu is available daily to guests of The Salon.

Royal Steak House

This 130 seat restaurant combines classic steakhouse influences with elevated sophistication. Royal 35’s impressively high ceilings, mahogany wood walls, and dark leather tufted banquets create a rich yet inviting atmosphere. Behind the grand wooden door entrance, is an oak wood bar followed by a corridor lined with oversized circular banquettes.

Wine bottles adorn the walls all around the restaurant and an impressively large glass meat locker is on display.

34th Street Herald Square