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  1. Midtown Restaurants 1. Liberty Bagels Midtown. 2. Loi Estiatorio. 3. Los Tacos No. 1. 4. La Grande Boucherie. 5. The Bar Room at The Modern. 6. Patsy's Italian Restaurant. 7. Best Bagel and Coffee. 8. Gallaghers Steakhouse. 9. Beyond Sushi. 10. NY Pizza Suprema. 11. Izakaya MEW. 12. ...

    • Christina Izzo
    • Kochi. Restaurants. Korean. Hell's Kitchen. When it first opened in the last days of 2019, it was too late for Kochi to make it to any of that year’s major ‘best of’ lists.
    • Sushi 35 West. Restaurants. Midtown West. This tiny sushi spot amid a row of nondescript addresses and up a narrow staircase is one of NYC’s most exciting new restaurants.
    • Indian Accent. Restaurants. Indian. Midtown West. price 2 of 4. Indian Accent’s chic, streamlined space has a stylish bar, a few cozy nooks for date night and long banquettes to accommodate larger parties.
    • Quality Meats. Restaurants. Steakhouse. Midtown West. price 4 of 4. Despite its address, Quality Meats is a hip, modern steakhouse with a downtown feel. The warm tones, exposed brick and Edison bulbs lend it this style, while the thick cuts of premium beef, seared to juicy perfection, keep loyal patrons coming back for more.
    • NoNoNo. When you’re craving some hot noodles on a chilly afternoon, NoNoNo is a yes, yes, yes. This two-story casual...
    • Juniper Bar. Juniper Bar is close to Penn Station and many local theaters, which makes for a convenient pit stop.
    • Mexicue. We know this is a local chain but hear us out. Once a food truck,...
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      Ramen Restaurant · $$ · Closed · 10241 on Yelp
      65 4th AveNew York, NY · (212) 388-0088
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      Pizza · $$ · Closed · 3245 on Yelp
      3 Greenwich AveNew York, NY · (212) 243-6546
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      Pizza · $$ · Closed · 6304 on Yelp
      32 Spring StNew York, NY · (212) 941-7994
  2. Feb 22, 2022 · Where to Eat Well in Midtown East 1. El Rey del Sabor. Right behind Bloomingdales on the corner of 60th Street and Third Avenue lies this gem of a Mexican... 2. Hutong New York. Midtown’s Hutong is distinct from many of the dim sum parlors that populate Chinatown and Sunset... 3. Aquavit. The focus ...

    • Adam Platt
    • Marea. 240 Central Park S., nr. Broadway; 212-582-5100. Michael White’s famous gourmet Italian seafood destination has a little something for every deep-pocketed midtown diner — world-class pasta prepared by one of the masters of the genre, some of the finest high-end Mediterranean-style seafood this side of the Amalfi Coast (there were 12 varieties of raw fish crudo, the last time we checked the menu), and a posh, reasonably sized five-star venue right on Central Park South, across from the park.
    • The Grill. 99 E. 52nd St., nr. Park Ave.; 212-375-9003. We’re on record preferring a quiet, dignified luncheon to the more hectic dinner service at Major Food Group’s makeover of this storied Park Avenue restaurant space, and since lunch is the go-to meal in this particular neighborhood, we’ll respectfully bump the restaurant toward the top of our list.
    • The Modern. 9 W. 53rd St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-333-1220. The town is awash in high-profile museum-dining destinations these days, it’s true, but if mixing food and culture are your particular thing, this original haute culture Danny Meyer joint remains the gold standard not just in the neighborhood, but arguably, the entire world.
    • Aquavit. 65 E. 55th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-307-7311. Despite changing chefs and locations several times over the last three decades, this fabled midtown temple of haute Scandinavian cuisine sails serenely on.
  3. Private Dining Restaurants in Midtown 1. The Bar Room at The Modern. 2. Patsy's Italian Restaurant. 3. Gallaghers Steakhouse. 4. Nerai. 5. Ocean Prime. 6. Le Bernardin. 7. Gabriel Kreuther. 8. Keens Steakhouse. 9. STATE Grill and Bar. 10. The Capital Grille. 11. Ayza Wine & Chocolate Bar. ...

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