The Best Places to Get Mussels in NYC
Here are our picks for the best mussel spots in NYC.
Affordable Fine Dining with a Tasting Menu in NYC
Check out a range of prices for the best tasting menus at 6 creme-de-la-creme restaurants in NYC.
Superb Steaks and Seafood at NYC's Tuscany Steakhouse
For delicious steaks, plus fresh seafood, classic Italian favorites, and scrumptious desserts, pay a visit to midtown's Tuscany Steakhouse. Read on for our picks for standout features here, served at lunch Monday through Friday, and dinner seven days a week!
Little Italy Special Coupon: Free Appetizer at Il Cortile
Il Cortile is a family-owned restaurant that’s been a Little Italy institution since 1975 and you can enjoy a meal there with a free appetizer of the day thanks to City Guide's coupon.
What Are the Best Coffee Spots for Fifth Avenue Shopping Trips?
There is no shortage of shopping on 5th Avenue. When your energy starts to flag, and you need a good cup of joe, these are your best coffee options in NYC.
Where to Find Affordable Lunches Near Museum Mile
Museum cafes along NYC's Museum Mile can be crowded and expensive, while the rest of the area is mostly beautiful brownstones. But we’ve got you covered on the secret (and not-so-secret) spots for quick, cheap lunches so you can get back to your day of art!
Steak, Scotch, & More at Empire Steak House
At their two New York City locations, Empire Steak House has perfected the classic combination of steak and scotch. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious meal in Midtown East or West, Empire will have you covered with attentive service and tip-top ingredients in every dish, from the jumbo shrimp cocktail appetizer to the tiramisu at the end of your meal.
Can't-Miss Steakhouse Specials in NYC
The word steakhouse is often linked with the word expensive, but NYC’s steakhouses are making special occasion meals accessible with some amazing deals this spring. Enjoy affordable wines over lunch, tasty lobster tails, and prix-fixe lunch deals galore at these fine New York steakhouses today!
Fusion Flavors Shine at NYC's Sen Sakana
Guests at Midtown newcomer Sen Sakana love the fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, a hybrid style of cooking called Nikkei.
10 Great Restaurants to Try In and Around Grand Central
We’ve rounded up the 10 best spots in and around Grand Central, whether you’re a stalwart, workaday New Yorker or a newbie stargazer—or somewhere in between.
The Best Korean Food in NYC That You Should Try Tonight
From KBBQ to bulgogi, these are a few of our favorite Korean restaurants in Manhattan.
Pancakes, Please! Breakfast and Beyond in NYC
Although pancakes are most associated with breakfast time, these towering stacks are also enjoyed for lunch and dinner. Manhattan has lots of offerings from cultures around the world, including Chinese, German, French-Brazilian, and of course, American. Celebrate Pancake Month in February with our picks for the best pancakes in NYC.
Buon Appetito! The Best Wood-Fired Pizza Places in NYC
New York City is home to some of the best pizza. Varieties range and chefs get creative with the toppings they choose—almond cream cheese and truffles, for example. Many Manhattan pizza hotspots boast wood-fired ovens, which use wood fuel for cooking. These offer quicker cooking times, which creates lighter, crispier crusts. Even heat distribution means very piece is as good as the last, and the wood delivers a smoky flavor. Top that!
NYC Steak Destination: Angus Club Steakhouse
Come over to Midtown East for some of the best steak of your life. At Angus Club Steakhouse, you’ll find beautiful cuts of beef, whether you’re craving ribeye, porterhouse, or even lamb chops.
Hwa Yuan: A Chinatown Legend Returns
New York City legend Hwa Yuan first opened in 1968, with Chef Shorty Tang at the helm. Newly reimagined for the modern era, it has recently reopened in a massive three-story location next door to the original on Chinatown’s East Broadway.
Best Ramen Spots in NYC
As temperatures dip, city slickers can head inside to warm up with a hot bowl of ramen—a Japanese soup that consists of noodles served in a meat- or fish-based broth. It’s often seasoned with soy sauce, miso, seaweed, egg, green onions, and more. Here are some New York places where you can indulge in the many flavors of ramen.
5 Great Accessible Mexican Restaurants in NYC
Finding a good spot to eat in New York City can be overwhelming; the options are endless. Here’s a tip for making the process of finding a good spot to eat easier: Pick a cuisine first! One of my go-to cuisines, whether it's for a night at home or a girls' night out, is Mexican food! It’s colorful, delicious, spicy (that depends on the dish of course), and it goes so well with a margarita. Want to know where to go for some delicious Mexican food in New York City? Read on.
Tiger Milk and More: The 6 Best Ceviches in NYC
Fresh fish and sushi aficionados can expand their seafood options by bringing some ceviche into the mix. Here are our picks for New York City's 6 best ceviches.
Warming Up with Udon Noodle Soup in NYC
Winter is a great time to warm up with a big bowl of udon noodle soup. This Japanese soup includes thick wheat flour noodles and is often served hot, but can also be served cold. Manhattan’s chefs get creative and toss in some innovative ingredients, but udon soups often include veggies, meats, or fish. Manhattan has a wide variety of udon places to choose from. It’s an ideal meal on a cold winter day.
Best Armenian Food NYC
Armenia is the little country in the Caucasus Mountains, at the hinge of the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Russia. Armenia carries great historical importance as the country the Kardashians are kind of from and you'd think that essential fact would be reason enough for a few Armenian spots to open in New York on interest alone. However, there are arguably no Armenian-only restaurants left in the city. But that doesn’t mean you can’t sample this country’s cuisine on a few menus throughout New York. Find a few below!
Uptown or Downtown, Morton's Serves 'The Best Steak Anywhere!'
The first Morton’s The Steakhouse opened in Chicago in 1978. Now Morton’s has 40 years of service under its belt and dozens of locations to its name, both in the U.S. and abroad. Come celebrate 40 years of fine steak, fine wine, and more at one of two Morton's locations in Manhattan! Bring a date, business associate, or a whole party to either location for an outstanding meal and impeccable service. Here’s everything you need to know about Morton’s The Steakhouse in Midtown East and the Financial District.
Where to Eat with Kids Near National Geographic: Ocean Odyssey
National Geographic’s Encounter: Ocean Odyssey is sure to be a highlight of your family’s experience in New York. At this one-of-a-kind experience, you’ll walk through chambers full of ocean life, with dazzling images of seals, whales, and all kinds of fish! When you walk out, don’t wander around Times Square hungry, frantically searching on your phone for where to eat. Just go to one of these restaurants nearby, all of which are perfect for kids.
New York Coupons: Free $20 Game Play at Dave & Buster's
Centrally located in Times Square, New York's Dave & Buster's is a casual, super-fun destination for great American fare, signature drinks, and all kinds of video and interactive games—from old-time classics to today’s action-packed latest. Double your playing when you double your money with City Guide's discount promo code.
The Best Filipino Food in New York City
The island nation of the Philippines is influenced by a wide variety of cultures from around the world, including those of Japan, China, India, and Spain. As such, the country serves amazing dishes that speaks to both its influences and its individual ingenuities. Filipino food seems to be experiencing an ever-important moment among foodies these days, and we’ll take this opportunity to jump on that jeepney. Join us by trying these tip-top Filipino restaurants in New York!
Cheers to Good Stock's Detoxifying Soups
Welcome to 2018! Losing weight, eating well, and staying healthy earned top spots on many new year’s resolutions lists. Artisanal soup company Good Stock knows that we’ve all partied a wee bit too much the last few weeks. The company invites health conscious folks to indulge in the detoxifying qualities of its detox and cleanse soups.