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I had a pre-birthday celebration and It was great. The ambiance was great, the staff were really accommodating and kind. The food was absolutely spectacular. Our waiter was absolutely spot on about his recommendation for choice in steak and side. You have to try the pudding. It was AMAZING!!!! I’ll be back for sure. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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This is my all time favorite spot for a chill yet hip vibe, in which you don't sacrifice quality of food or quality of wine. I don't know what it is, but this place keeps drawing me back for whenever I need that perfect downtown wine bar experience, without the snobbery. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Experience modern Italian cuisine at Cork & Slice. Offering a casual fine dining experience, our menu boasts beautifully composed dishes and bold flavors to match. With a focus on premium fresh, locally sourced ingredients, we strive to raise the bar of kosher gourmet cuisine. Taste our contemporary approach to cuisine with a menu featuring stunning hot and cold appetizers, fresh fish off the pier, house-made pastas and artisan pizzas, all with complimentary wines and cocktail pairings.More
Welcome to Hilton's new concept restaurant, Herb N' Kitchen, features seasonal salads, artisanal sandwiches and brick oven pizzas. A barista zone offers specialty coffees to enjoy either in the restaurant or on the go.
Breakfast buffet served daily from 6:30 am to 11:00 am (last seating 11:00 am).
Coffee and light fare items available to take away from 5:30 am to 1:00 am.More
Discover New York
When a city never sleeps, waking hours are spent in cafes, diners, bars and restaurants of every shape and size that give New York its unique flavor. Once famous for pizza by-the-slice (local loyalties run deep), black-and-white cookies, and old world, mahogany-paneled steakhouses—the dining rooms of titans of business and other famous folks—Manhattan is now estimated to have 24,000 restaurants, from midtown’s korean barbecue to fast casual vegan burgers. Pillowy pork buns? You got it. French rotisserie? That too. And, of course, there will always be the perfect bagel, preferably toasted dark with smoked salmon, cream cheese, tomato, onions, and capers.