restaurants and cafes in upper west side
Serafina is where you get traditional Italian food. You can have a lovely breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
Come to this place for the warmest and welcoming service and a beautiful decor among other things. Chef-owner John Fraser will not fail to mesmerise your senses.
Ouest was opened up in 2001 in New York City’s Upper West Side. The restaurant serves delectable Nouveau American cuisine. The lamps in the restaurant lend a charming touch to the overall decor. The circular leather booths make the place cosy.
Opened up in 1933 in East Harlem, Patsy’s pizzeria offers thin crust, oven-baked pizza and a full Italian menu including pasta, salad and calzones.
Jean-Georges is about style and sophistication. Everything from the interiors to the food exudes class.
You can also check out Kefi for Greek cuisine and Awash for Ethiopian food. Amsterdam Ale Bar and Fusha West Restaurant are some more options for pub time and Asian food respectively.