Notable restaurants situated in this neighbourhood have given the district an edge over others with popular eateries like Danny Meyer and Todd English attract huge crowds here. For party mongers there are superb bars, bodegas and lounges on Second and Third Avenue, gladly welcoming you.
New Yorkers are crazy about drinks. You can end your booze haunt at Dear Irving – spend an hour here and you’ll completely lose track of time. One of the most gorgeous bars, the architecture of Dear Irving is inspired by Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris wherein the four rooms are representing diverse historical eras. Small bites such as croque-monsieur, chicken liver and lemon bars are available to compliment your drinks.
Enjoy a splendid time sipping beer and munching on delicious snacks in the rooftop beer garden. A fantastic place to chill if you love Italian food - get started with some interesting appetisers and satiate your hunger for food and drinks by indulging in exciting fresh pasta, fried pig ears, sliders and mussels.
This American cafe serves everything right from breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Dishes with interesting twists are made using ingredients like organic eggs, hormone and antibiotic free meat. The classy interior and warm ambiance make your dining experience amazing.
Old Town Bar & Grill
Located between Park Avenue and Broadway, the restaurant is a classic tavern offering amazing food and exotic drinks. This restro-bar has appeared in many Hollywood movies owing to its fantastic and different wooden interior.