Posts Tagged ‘midtown east’
We’re not great cooks, but when it comes to Japanese barbecue… well, we’re pretty damn good. We took our expertise to Futago 25 for lunch the other day and put our cooking skills on display. Futago does a lot of things great, b...
What do you get when you combine 30 tap craft beers, authentic Mediterranean fare, and an ambiance suitable for practically everyone? Ted’s Corner Tavern. The name might throw you for a loop leading you to believe you’re visiti...
We are all familiar with the happy hour hotspots in Midtown East that beckon the 9-5 crowd fleeing the high-rises at 5 o’clock during the week, but many overlook this area when seeking sustenance for weekend brunch. The Atwood ...
Ah, happy hour. That glorious time when we can unwind and complain about our nine-to-fives while merrily eating and drinking. But in NYC, happy hour isn’t just an afternoon activity; it’s a way of life. Public House—a loud live...
While Asian fusion restaurants combine different ingredients from various Asian countries, Uncle Sam’s Burgers has decided to take some of those popular components and fuse them with American classics like burgers and hot dogs....
Sometimes it’s hard to imagine the thought of two flavor-filled worlds colliding, but when you combine slow-cooked authentic Texas barbecue with savory Mexican ingredients, you end up with a little taste of heaven. Tres Carnes ...
If you’re a smart New Yorker, odds are you avoid hotel restaurants like the plague. Typically they are tourist traps and the prices are through the roof. We thought this way for a long time… until we discovered Rist...
A lot of places have the same method of serving “fast(er) food”. Chipotle wields your protein, carbs, veggies, and $2 guac into a burrito or a bowl. Similarly, Dig Inn will put your choice of protein and two sides on a platter....
Big corporate buffs are constantly looking for a new place to wine and dine their prospective and current clients. The days of the two martini lunch are becoming obsolete and it’s simply not reasonable to take everyone and thei...
Located between 45th and 46th street on 9th avenue in Hell’s Kitchen, Obao is a food lover’s oasis known for their authentic Thai and Vietnamese dishes, specifically their Pad Thai and Pho (pronounced “fuh” to all you novice ea...
Step your 'festivities' game up with these spots
- Tequila Makes My Clothes Come Off
- Big Balls of MEET
- Over-sized Cheese Sticks, Flaming Drinks, and a Lot of Dancing
- Margaritas, Tacos, and Something Called the Sugar Skull Room
- Burgers, Wings and Football Things
- Get Drunk on Hot Tea at Brunch
- A Stylish New Take on Classic Irish Fare
- Dining Out… The Proper Way
- Authentic Greek Cuisine and Craft Beer Flights
- No Crap on Tap & Bangin’ Diversified Food
- A Midtown Gastropub on Steroids
- Bacon, Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich and Bloody Marys
- It’s Not Just a Place for Drinking – The Library Cafe
- A Drink Called the Burt Renolds and a Burger That Can Cure Any Hangover – Joe’s Bar
- Three Floors of Food, Drinks and Celebration – Madison Square Tavern
- We’ve Got Your Cinco De Mayo Plans for Next Year – Del Fuego
- $20 AYCD Brunch in Union Square – SideBAR
- 340+ Beers on the Wall – Lionsbeerstore
- Your New Local Watering Hole in Bed-Stuy – The Wilky
- One Hell Of A Happy Hour With A Side Of American Cuisine – Public House
- Lunch. Views. Cocktails. – The Penrose
- Sambuca Shrimp, Shepherd’s Pie Empanadas, and the Big Kahuna Burger – Austin’s Ale House
- Creole food in an Electric Atmosphere with a Live Jazz Band – Big Daddy’s
- Margaritas. Tacos. Bad Decisions. – Cascabel Taqueria
- Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in NYC – Hakkasan
- Purple Haze, and Two Exotic Drinks Called the “Salty Dawg” & the “Harlem Sizzle” – Harlem Nights
- The Perfect Place for a Renaissance Date – Nitehawk Cinema
- Mark Wahlberg’s Food ‘n’ Festivities “No BS” Shout Out
- Midtown 1015 – Halloween (2012)
- The Good Life – Good Beer, Good Food… Good Life