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This Wall Street area restaurant features floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Robert Wagner Park, along with a bistro-style menu focused on straightforward preparations of American classics.
David Burke Kitchen, located in the James Hotel, focuses on wholesome and hearty modern American food, locally sourced and presented in the creative and whimsical style of chef David Burke.
Located on a garden plaza with romantic East River views, Riverpark represents a dynamic culinary destination in Manhattan's Kip's Bay neighborhood.
Virginia's is a modern American bistro in the heart of the East Village, inspired by traditional European bistros.
Nestled in the heart of Rockefeller Center, the Morrell Wine Bar & Café offers a welcoming, sophisticated setting in which to enjoy wonderful wine and delicious food.
Docks Oyster Bar has been serving the freshest seafood and oysters for more than 25 years in Midtown Manhattan.
At the base of TriBeCa's Smyth hotel is this sleek, serene restaurant with light oak booths, a marble-topped bar, golden lighting and plants hanging in the windows.
Reserve Cut is New York's premier modern kosher American steak house, located on the second floor of The Setai Wall Street in Lower Manhattan.
ABC Kitchen by Michelin starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten has a passionate commitment to offering the freshest organic and local ingredients possible.
Atrio Wine Bar & Restaurant serves executive chef Gerron Douglas' seasonally-inspired New American cuisine from a dramatic open kitchen.
The fantastic view of the Oculus and One World Trade makes this a perfect place to people-watch while enjoying eclectic American cuisine with a focus on fresh and regional ingredients.
High Street on Hudson is a contemporary American restaurant serving morning through evening.
Lexington Brass, an American bistro at the corner of Lexington Avenue and 48th Street, breathes new life into the traditional Midtown power lunch.