Places To Eat, In New York City
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There is so much to see in New York City, so many places to visit, so many things to do but today, let’s take a look at a few places you can grab some good meal in NYC.
- Monkey Bar
Monkey Bar is a long-time favorite, which serves Chinese food with a modern twist. The bar attracts a well-heeled, well-dressed crowd in a sophisticated spot dishing out whimsical music to enjoy– monkey murals and light fixtures, even a Purple Monkey cocktail. Check out the following address when next you visit.
Hotel Elysee, 60 East 54th St, between Madison and Park Aves.
- Boathouse Restourant
If you ever wanted to know about the United States flag during maritime, you can read all about it before you enter the restaurant.
The BOATHOUSE touts itself as having “Great Food, Waterfront Dining and Dream Boats”. The downtown Disney restaurant is an upscale casual restaurant located on water. So make sure you watch the sun set and the lights come on across the skyline at this outdoor bar beside the lake in Central Park on your next visit
Central Park near East 72nd St
- King Cole Bar and Lounge
The soft piano music sets a mood that makes it easy to clinch a deal or spark a romance at KCB. Rich mahogany panelling and sumptuous seating; sets the stage for New York’s most famous hotel bar, which has only been admitting women since 1950. The salon, located off the hotel’s lobby, features an open fireplace and intimate seating.
The classic architectural details—marble columns, gilded millwork, dentil moldings—are now infused with a modern flair: Think uptown, meets downtown. The sumptuous meals are simply irresistible. You should check that on your next visit as well.
St. Regis Hotel, 2 East 55th St, between 5th and Madison Aves
- Hudson Hotel
Their entire culinary team is ready to dazzle you at the Hudson Hotel. From lavish buffets in the Winter Palace to the creative menus of Cellar 49, you don’t want to imagine that. The bar draws a stylish crowd; punters always love the vibe despite the high price of drinks. For those looking for a quieter spot, always head for the hotel’s Library Bar.
Hudson Hotel, 356 West 58th St