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Kyma offers delicious Mediterranean fare near Union Square; for something casual yet cost-effective on 2nd Avenue, Laut is perfect.
Jones Wood Foundry
Jones Wood Foundry offers an expansive menu of meals, drinks, and snacks, at an average cost of 12 EUR per meal. American favorites such as burgers and barbecue are offered alongside traditional English fare; plus there’s the added perk of choosing from our beverage bar selection!
Jones Wood Foundry offers far from traditional pub fare. Under the direction of Chef/Partner Jason Hicks, this restaurant specializes in high-quality traditional British food like fish and chips, shepherd’s pie and bangers – transporting diners straight back home!
Jones Wood Foundry on the Upper East Side is an inviting gastropub where visitors can unwind over wine and conversation in an inviting setting, where staff are friendly and knowledgeable about all there is to offer. Their bar is often busy during lunch and dinner service respectively.
Jones Wood Foundry pays homage to its neighborhood’s past as Jones’s Wood, an idyllic forest plot which almost became Manhattan’s main park before Central Park won out. Open since two years, it seeks to offer nurturing care from days gone by while reflecting a simpler time period.
At The Ribbon, you will find delicious food at reasonable prices. With breakfast, lunch, and dinner service all day long – as well as cocktails and beers at their bar – The Ribbon provides something delicious for everyone in an enjoyable dining environment.
The Ribbon offers classic comfort American cuisine with Southern and French influences, whiskey-focused cocktails that are easily approachable, and an intimate environment perfect for brunch, date nights or large group dinners.
The Ribbon offers both vegetarian and meat dishes in their menu. Their signature dish is their bone marrow served with fries; other crowd favorites include steak tartare which features bold and savory flavors for a great appetizer to share. In addition, there is some healthier fare such as the quinoa bowl or fried chicken available on their healthy options menu – perfect for anyone visiting Manhattan looking for somewhere delicious to dine. The Ribbon makes an ideal place for anyone to dine!
Strip House first opened its flagship location in Greenwich Village in 2000 and quickly became one of New York City’s swankiest steakhouses. Today, three locations exist across NYC and Las Vegas that all exude its distinctive burlesque vibe and offer up its luxurious menu of New York Strip, Filet Mignon, Bone-In Rib Eye Porterhouse For Two plus other freshly broiled cuts such as seafood, Veal or Lamb dishes – not forgetting its signature Burlesque Show.
Signature sides at this restaurant include creamed spinach with black truffle, garlic-herb fries and goose fat potatoes – for dessert try their delectable 24 layer chocolate cake!
No matter the occasion, Strip House has something suitable to meet every dining need. Their menu boasts an impressive selection of steaks, seafood and vegetarian offerings alongside wine, beer and cocktails – making this popular among business diners, romantic dates and family get-togethers alike.
Make a reservation if you plan on visiting Strip House; it often fills up quickly on weekends! Their friendly staff provides impeccable service in an elegant setting; including booth seating options as well as communal tables.
Nothing beats a delectable burger after an exciting day skiing, hiking and exploring Lake Tahoe. Nothing beats its irresistibility — perfect cooked patties with melty cheese and crisp fries coupled with affordable pricing can bring happiness. And remember – all this while saving a few bucks along the way.
Steven Pipes had one goal in mind when creating the Burger Joint at Parker Meridien hotel lobby: it must be both fun and impactful. In that endeavor, he succeeded admirably.
The menu offers one five-ounce beef patty with pickles, lettuce and cheese served alongside mayonnaise, mustard and ketchup as condiments – but no special sauce is offered here. Additionally, the restaurant itself occupies only 100 square feet; so expect lines to form outside during lunch service!
The Burger Joint in New York City uses Black Angus Nebraska beef shoulder clod, grinding it daily in-house before producing nearly 1,000 patties daily that sell out immediately – no doubt one of the top restaurants in NYC and a reminder that simplicity can be accomplished successfully. Beyond great food, atmosphere and cleanliness are also equally as important; traditional restaurants may feature red booths or records hanging on walls while trendier joints might opt for chrome finishes and modern furniture as features in their decor.
Up Thai is an exquisite Manhattan eatery offering delivery. Situated on the Upper East Side, Up Thai boasts an amazing menu including Pad Thai, Pad See Ew, and Crispy Spring Rolls; an ideal dining choice for any special event or occassion. A must try!
Kitchen 79’s married chefs aim to change New Yorkers’ perception of Thai cuisine through traditional and innovative dishes from southern Thailand such as their deeply fishy mackerel curry filled with shrimp curls and half globes of Thai eggplant, and roast duck.
Larb gai, which features minced chicken mixed with chili powder and roasted rice powder and garnished with mint, scallions, and red onions is a refreshing summer dish that should not be missed. Other great choices are khao soi salad featuring shredded green papaya mixed with other vegetables and grilled beef as an additional option.
Laut is a Gramercy restaurant inspired by Southeast Asian beach bars. Their menu showcases Malaysian and Singaporean flavors served up in an energetic environment. Their service is attentive while their food delicious; plus prices are fair too.
Laut is known for serving delicious Malaysian cuisine as well as Vietnamese and Thai favorites, such as Asam Laksa (sour, spicy, sweet and umami) noodle soup. You must try their yee Mee with thin egg noodles cooked with mushrooms, bean sprouts and carrots!
At Thai and Malaysian places in Manhattan, this restaurant tends to be more costly, yet the dishes are fresher, sauces brighter, and the atmosphere more elegant and welcoming. A martini or two are an ideal way to complement the delicious food here; cocktails or even their popular teh tarik drink is available as a delicious treat that contains coconut milk, sugar, pandan leaf and refreshing vanilla and caramel flavors – with Postmates even offering online ordering of it!
Wild Air Beerworks honors traditions with their craft beer offerings that combine elements from both classic lager beer and wild ale styles. Their team of veteran brewers is dedicated to their craft and strives to explore all that it can provide, producing beer that serves as an enduring testament to tradition while supporting community strength.
Tenement Museum Restaurant in New York City features an intimate yet cozy environment and friendly service staff. Their delicious cuisine includes beef tartare, fried calamari and asparagus-hazelnut salad – not forgetting an extensive wine selection. Plus their prices are quite reasonable!
Wildair was established by the owners of Contra restaurant as its casual little sister, making reservation more difficult but still feeling intimate and welcoming. Their a la carte menu offers market-driven small plates as well as natural/organic wine list offerings such as Potato Darphin & Confit Bacon Toast; their food pays homage to Chef Roberta’s early years spent living and studying in Europe; its French feel.