Your eating choices in New York City are as limitless as your cravings. Want a 15-course tasting menu at the latest trendsetting restaurant? A porterhouse for two at an old-timey steakhouse? A plateful of Chinese dumplings? The City has thousands of places featuring cuisines from around the world. Explore this section to find the restaurants—and meals—of your dreams.Browse all Restaurants
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One of the grandest restaurants in Manhattan, this breathtakingly massive spot in the lower concourse of Grand Central Terminal packs them in at large booths and plenty of counter space, which snakes through the joint like a reptile.
In operation since 1887, this legendary establishment draws meat lovers across the Williamsburg Bridge to a tucked-away, wood-paneled room where giant portions of top-notch meat are served alongside classic sides like onion rings and creamed spinach.
For more than 80 years, the Russian Tea Room has been a second home for boldface names and intellectual elite, an enclave where actors, artists, writers, politicians and businesspeople plan deals and fete their Carnegie Hall performer friends.
Manhattan's City Winery has hosted its share of big-name recording artists in recent years, but for many in the area, it's the weekly Klezmer Brunch that has turned this spot into a local institution. An ideal combination of great food, music and culture, CW's Klezmer Brunches are held every Sunday, with the traditional Jewish folk music provided by top performers like Metropolitan Klezmer, Isle of Klezbos and Michael Winograd. You needn't be of Jewish ancestry to appreciate the taste of real lox and bagels—and the sound of this timeless and passionate musical form.