New York City Restaurants

  • The Shake Shack
    The Shake Shack
    by leics
  • Nothing has changed in decades!
    Nothing has changed in decades!
    by TexasDave
  • Salamis in the front window
    Salamis in the front window
    by TexasDave

Most Viewed Restaurants in New York City

  • 376. The City Bakery

    4 out of 5 stars

    Very sparse environment. But is busy and popular. They have some gourmet food, which we purchased and ate there. They are well known for their thick hot chocolate with home made marshmallows, so I...

    more
  • 377. Hooters

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Hooters in Manhattan was pretty poor, if compering it to LA and Portland hooters. Food is pretty good American food(hamburgers, chicken wings, steaks...) and it's not pricy. I would recommend...

    more
  • 378. Josie's

    5 out of 5 stars

    I love this restaurant! I discovered this restaurants three visits ago and since then I've gone back every time I visit NY. It's got a slick and modern vibe, the service is good and the food is so...

    more
  • 379. Murray's Bagels

    4 out of 5 stars

    You always hear about New York bagels, and so on my third trip to the city I finally tried one. Murray's Bagels was not too far from my hotel and just around the corner from the subway, so I stopped...

    more
  • 380. Pigalle

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is a casual French-ish restaurant in Midtown West, between the theater district and Times Square, and walkable from either area. The food is predictable - eggs, burgers, onion soup, croque...

    more
  • 381. Papaya King

    4 out of 5 stars

    Papaya Dog is just a local hotdog and hamburger stand down at the intersection of 43rd and 9th avenues. They claim to have the "best damned hotdogs in NYC", and someday I'll just have to check it...

    more
  • 382. Rue 57

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Brunch, late night, and everything in between- Rue 57 is convenient to those in midtown. The main problem I have with this place is that it's very loud (the acoustics are terrible). But the service is...

    more
  • 383. Saint's Alp Teahouse

    3 out of 5 stars

    Bubble tea! My all time favorite drink in the world. Especially the coconut black milk tea. Try this funky and fantastic drink with friends. Bubble tea shops are always crowded with mostly Asian youth...

    more
  • 384. Chelsea Deli & Bakery

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Not a true restaurant but this comes as close as anywhere that I have been in New York City to being the "typical" New York City eating place. Busy. Fast service. And, I was pleasantly surprised by...

    more
  • 385. World Yacht Dinner Cruise

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As you board the boat and wait for the other people to board you will have a server take your order and you will eat first thing so you do not miss the good sights as your eating. They will take you...

    more
  • 386. Yama

    5 out of 5 stars

    I went to Yama for dinner on a Tuesday evening (around 7ish). I was told to be careful because it gets packed and you will wait outside. I got there and got right into the restaurant, which was small...

    more
  • 387. Yuca Bar

    4 out of 5 stars

    I must regretfully state that, Leshko's Coffee Shop, which served the area's Polish and Ukrainian gustatory delights, since 1947, has been sold and changed hands twice. The restaurant now serves as an...

    more
  • 388. Sushi of Gari

    In a city filled with Michelin Star restaurants, Sushi of Gari has one star. Make sure you call ahead and make a reservation before you come. This place is really small. I don't recommend big parties...

    more
  • 389. Ippudo NY

    Ippudo! Our favorite ramen place. We always eat here whenever we visit NYC. Don't forget to get the pork belly bun as appetizers. They're very delicous! I had the Akamaru Modern. My wife had the...

    more
  • 390. Ladurée

    If you love macarons, you have to come here. They import their macarons fresh from France every week. They're the best macarons we've had so far in the states. We bought extra to bring back to LA....

    more
  • 391. Barbès

    After the Pierpont we had a fabulous experience and meal at Barbe's French Moroccan at 21 E 36th St. just E of Madison named after the famous Paris neighborhood at the foot of the Sacre-Coeur, also...

    more
  • 392. Café Luxembourg

    Café Luxembourg has been a neighborhood bistro since 1983. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side its dining room, decorated with white tiled walls and antique mirrors, seats 90. Bringing a bit of...

    more
  • 393. Coffee Shop Bar

    3 out of 5 stars

    Okay for children during the day or morning, but definitely not the evening. Too crowded and noisy for a baby... Lotsa people complained about the snobbish waitresses. They are actually nice people,...

    more
  • 394. Isabella's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Upbeat music, sun filled café, lively and enthusiastic staff makes Isabella's a great find on the upper west side. Chilean Sea Bass with sugar snap peas, mushrooms and sunchokes finished in a truffle...

    more
  • 395. Kaña Tapas Bar

    We came here for a VT meeting. It felt like we were all old friends by the time dinner started but I only knew one person previously. It was a fun place. Music was coming in about as we left. The...

    more
  • 396. The Cafeteria

    Cafeteria, but smartly so and with excellent food and drinks. Loads of seating so even at peak times I've never had to wait. Very wide variety of hot food served rather like a very superior school;...

    more
  • 397. Sant Ambroeus

    Real Italian gelato made fresh everyday, presented in those familiar metal bins, soft, creamy rich velvety textured gelati in a rainbow of colors. The pleasure of eating gelato begins with one's...

    more
  • 398. The Stage Coach Tavern

    We spotted the Stagecoach Tavern on our way to Carnegie Deli and thought it looked kinda nice, so when we saw the long line-up stretching in front of the deli, we quickly turned around and went to the...

    more
  • 399. Westway Diner

    We had just finished the 2 hour Circle Ferry cruise and wanted a late lunch. Walking up to the Theatre District along 44th Street we could not find a nice place where we could sit down and have a...

    more
  • 400. San Martin Restaurant

    After a long day of sightseeing, I took my father here on a Sunday after the New York Marathon. It's a cozy Italian restaurant on 49th St between Lexington and 3rd Avenue. The service is friendly,...

    more
  • New York City Hotels

    823 Hotels in New York City

    6 Reviews

  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about New York City? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: New York City

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

15 travelers online now

Comments

New York City Restaurants

Reviews and photos of New York City restaurants posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for New York City sightseeing.

View all New York City hotels

New York City Members Meetings

Jun 11, 2015 
Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation Hosts 15th Annual Partners for Life Gala

see all New York City member meetings