Beautique offers cuisine that’s “simple enough to be recognizable but creative enough to be foodie-worthy.”
I‘ve made countless trips to London over the past five-ten years and during just about each trip, I have tried to go to the bookshop at Parliament.
Enter the very atmospheric Le Colonial — a mainstay on the NYC restaurant scene for 21 years — and take a step back in time and across the International Date Line to old-world Saigon, during French rule, in the early twentieth century.
Although the new Regency Bar & Grill has been open since the beginning of the year, I had not had an opportunity to eat my way through the menu until early summer, when a lovely seasonal menu was premiered.
Last year, the celebrated Oscar Wilde Bar opened at the newly minted Hotel Café Royal along the Regent Street retail mecca.
Rodney Strong Vineyards' Family Ownership Silver Anniversary Celebrity Chef Tour will be coming to Oceana, the Michelin-starred New York institution.
With over 300 restaurants to choose from, where does one begin? Here, we spotlight some of our favorites.
Cut is Wolfgang Puck's highly regarded steak house at the 45 Park Lane Hotel in London
The finest seafood restaurants in NYC, including Oceana, David Burke's Fishtail, Grand Central Oyster Bar, the Sea Fire Grill, and more.
The all-inclusive experiences is offer Friday and Saturday evenings through Labor Day
Le Cirque restaurant now enters yet another chapter of its fabled history with the arrival of a new executive chef, Raphael François
Casa Lever will be the perfect place in Midtown Manhattan to enjoy the 2014 World Cup.
In the pantheon of New York City’s fine dining establishments, it’s nearly unheard of for a restaurant to be around for 50 years.
At Texas de Brazil, it isn’t just how they cook their meat, it’s a way of life passed down from generation to generation.
The downstairs space has been invented — or reinvented — into a chic and sumptuous supper club/cabaret, reminiscent of the great supper clubs of yesteryear.
It's not a minute too soon to take advantage of Gotham's Fashion Plate Prix Fixe extravaganza, organized to coincide with our city's famed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Here are many of the New York City high-end restaurants that will be offering special gourmet Valentine's Day menus on and around the 14th.
A limited-time opportunity to enjoy this treasured Northern Italian traditional winter dish
Talking with Michael Rains, the general manager of the 5th Avenue location, whose style is all about about creating a culture of happiness for the staff and the guests. And great steak, of course!
Some NYC's top restaurants offer special menus during the colder months
Ease your way back into the work week with the return of Le Cirque Cafe's Musical Mondays, featuring live performances from 8-11pm
Renowned winemaker Giorgio Pelissero will present four of his exquisite wines to pair with courses of Chef Caporale's sophisticated Italian cuisine.
Hosted by Philip di Belardino,Vice President of Banfi Winery
The Michelin-starred New York institution will reinvent the power breakfast as they prepare to serve the "most important meal of the day."
This November, Circo and Sirio Ristorante in NYC will host white truffle celebrations with Ceretto Wines on November 12 & 13, respectively.
Many fine New York City restaurants will be offering special menus and more for Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2013. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that will be hosting special dinners.
Located near Union Square, New York City finally has a Vic & Anthony’s to call its own, with an intimate dining atmosphere showcasing handcrafted mahogany woodwork and plush leather furnishings.
With a sleek new design that reflects a modern take on their classic look, Morton’s The Steakhouse on Fifth Avenue offers an upscale dining experience.
In addition to their Friday and Saturday Chef's Weekend Dinners, Casa Lever now offers a Saturday Brunch menu that includes specialty egg dishes, classic favorites, and more to the sounds of a live Cuban band
Chef Alessandro Caporale has created an exquisite menu to showcase fresh, aromatic white truffles from Alba.
The Michelin-starred New York institution now hosts a weekly promotion showcasing its award-winning wine collection
The restaurateur and tango enthusiast’s passion for the culture, art, and dance of his native Argentina has resulted in a charming wine bar and restaurant and a lively tango theater — all under one roof
Abboccato Ristorante in NYC has partnered with Citi Bike to create the perfect Cicchetti Snack Basket for Two for bike riders "on the go"
The outdoor Lobster Shack at Oceana -- Midtown Manhattan’s Michelin-starred seafood destination -- has returned for the rest of the summer.
The new uptown Casimir & Co. is as authentic as the original, but every bit the modernized bistro
The Times Square hotel unveils an enticing re-imagination, and the new Paramount Bar & Grill
Every Friday and Saturday for dinner, Casa Lever now offers a special Chef's Weekend menu at $75 per person
Summertime means gorgeous, breezy outdoor dining in some of New York City's most iconic spaces
Operating owner of EVR Gastro-Lounge Alex Likhtenstein dishes on his new, multifaceted midtown purveyor of cool, where uptown sophistication meets downtown artistry.
Last November, the people behind midtown’s Benjamin Steakhouse dipped their toes in the water with this seafood-centric offshoot, and the result is an elegant yet classic experience.
World-renowned Chinese restaurant Hakkasan is now celebrating their one-year anniversary in NYC.
Sirio and Mauro Maccioni, father and son, on their flagship French Le Cirque, Italian dining at Circo and Sirio, their restaurant at the Pierre Hotel -- and life in a famous food family.
Atrio Restaurant and Wine Bar is a little jewel tucked off the Conrad Hotel's main (and very glamorous) atrium, which is majestically dominated by a towering Sol Lewitt sculpture.
With a history as rich as New York City's, you would expect there to be many restaurants with stories as long and absorbing as their menus. Here are the places to get both an exquisite meal and a dose of classic Manhattan.
The high-vaulted tiled ceiling in the 400-seat main dining room is an architectural gem of the Gilded Age and still beloved by tourists and natives alike.
This white tablecloth restaurant of simple elegance and warmth was made famous long ago by Frank Sinatra. But it's the food and the friendliness that really counts.
Restaurateur Sirio Maccioni has returned to the Pierre Hotel to open his another jewel in his crown of superlative NYC restaurants.
The world-renowned Chinese restaurant has brought its modern Cantonese cuisine, impeccable service, and unparalleled dining experience to Manhattan.
Open since 1964, Le Périgord has been host to movie stars across the ages, who along with faithful regulars have kept Georges busy for nearly 50 years.
Owner Rohini Dey gave a boost to the food of her native India by combining it with a Latin template and showcases the cooking of guest chefs.
Owner/chef Sue Torres loves the cuisine because of the abundance of chiles, herbs, and spices and the many layers and nuances using them.
The original Rosa Mexicano opened in 1984 and retains an intimate, cozy charm with its small bar and L-shaped dining room.
This high-ceilinged, spacious newcomer in the Flatiron District calls itself a “Peruvian Kitchen and Pisco Bar” and holds many culinary treats.
Owner Jorge Guzman considers it like his home, where guests find genuine Mexican food served elegantly in an unpretentious setting.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of his first New York restaurant, Richard Sandoval went all out, with new space for relaxing and 100 tequilas.
Roberto Santibanez showcases some of the best Mexican food you are likely to find anywhere in this simple and charming restaurant.
El Parador Café claims to be the oldest authentic Mexican restaurant in New York, but there is nothing old-fashioned about this congenial place.
Chef/owner Julietta Ballestero focuses her cuisine not only on flavor and technique, but color, architecture, and finishing flourishes.
This enormous restaurant inside New York’s Hotel Excelsior is named for 8th Street, the site of the annual festival in Miami known as Little Havana.
The boutique restaurant Caviar Russe began as a tasting room for international clients shopping for the best caviar for their own restaurants.
Del Frisco’s is a steakhouse with a southern accent, and the crab cake with Cajun lobster sauce is the best-selling appetizer. Part of a group originating in Louisiana, this 400-seat, three-tiered, glass-enclosed restaurant on Sixth Avenue boasts a climate-controlled wine room on the ground floor containing 25,000 bottles.
Casa Lever Gardens has reopened for the spring season, re-establishing itself as the place to be for a casual, yet elegant, outdoor dining experience in Midtown Manhattan.