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It is easy to find a place whatever your wishes are. Most trendy and fancy New York restaurants are located in TriBeCa, SoHo and Midtown, luxury and old style are concentrated close to Fifth Avenue nearly its Central Park part. East & West Villages offer variety of small and cute bistros with budget menu. Chinatown, Little Italy, Little Tokyo and Little Korea are spots for ethnic cuisine hunters.
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Tavern on the Green
Built in 1870, the rural Victorian Gothic structure now known as Tavern on the Green was designed as a sheepfold. It housed 200 South Down sheep, which grazed across the street in Central Park's Sheep Meadow. In 1934 the restaurant was opened & since then Tavern on the Green became an integral part of the city's social life, providing half million visitors each year with its decorative whimsy, eclectic menus & all-around playfulness, with new fantasies to feed minds as well as appetites. Beautiful location in Central Park, light decorations, outside verandas, cocktail lounge made Tavern on the Green the spot for New York's most prestigious events - charity & political functions, Broadway openings, celebrity's weddings & one of the biggest tourist places.
Upper West Side
Central Park at West 67th Street
Phone: 212-873-3200
Pćo!
Pao! is the next best alternative to a trip to Portugal. Outstanding Portuguese wines and Ports list, variety of Portuguese cuisine dishes camarao, cataplana, country bread & wine pudding give you a taste of real Portugal. Wood ceiling & floor, brick walls with huge mirror behind the wood bar & atmospheric music plays in the background remind guests that once it was a neighborhood of boarding houses catering to Portuguese sailors.
SoHo
322 Spring Str. (Greenwich Str.)
Phone: 212-980-2455
Guastavino's
The fab English import in the spectacularly restored space under the Queensboro Bridge has rechristened itself "an American brasserie", and you can almost hear the Midwestern twang in chef Daniel Orr's dishes like fried green tomatoes with goat cheese, chicken and dumplings and pear-huckleberry pandowdy. For Fridays there is DJ Reach (of the Carson Daly Show) spinning an even mix of hip-hop, rock, 80s & house; doors open at 11 p.m.
Midtown East
409 East 59th Street
Phone: 212-980-2455
Alfredo of Rome
Located at Rockefeller Center Alfredo of Rome is the only place where you can try real fettuccine Alfredo in New York. The place is named for original Roman restaurant where fettuccine Alfredo was created in 1914. Authentic Italian cuisine, lead by executive Chef & Italian native Mirco Grassini; spectacular wine list, a winner of wine awards; impressive decor with 6-by-16 foot portraits by Al Hirschfeld; superb service and atmosphere attract celebrities, tourists and Italian food admirers ...
Midtown West
4 West 49th Street
Phone: 212-397-0100
Smith & Wollensky
Urban cowboys herd together over big steaks with knives to match at impresario Alan Stillman's signature chophouse. The place has the landmark-steakhouse look - bare oark floors, a raffish air, and bustling waiters wearing service stars. Smith & Wollensky offers you surf and turf aplenty, improvisations at lunch, and an enviable wine cellar.
Midtown East
797 Third Avenue at 49 Street
Phone: 212-753-1530
Union Pacific
Chef-owner Rocco DiSpirito mixed Asian flavor & French technique and brought Union Pacific fame as a restaurant with revolutionary cuisine & superbly tasted food. Sweet, small scallops nuzzled in their shells by blobs of sea urchin with an essence of tomato, mustard oil, mirin & black mustard; mango & papaya carpaccio with pineapple sherbet and candied cilantro are only two of many masterpieces. The spirit of food is reflected in the restaurant's decor, which is spectacular & outstanding.
Gramercy
111 East 22nd Street
Phone: 212-995-8500