From New York-style pizza and international fare to the city’s most iconic spots for food and drink, this is your guide to the best restaurants and bars in New York City.
Thanksgiving is a celebration of gratitude and family. Anyone who grew up with this holiday will also agree that it’s also about food. Lots of food. If you’re craving a traditional, or not so traditional, Thanksgiving meal in New York, here are some great restaurants serving special menus.
Get your sugar fix just in time for National Dessert Day on October 14! This is the day when indulging in sweet treats is an obligation. And we’re happy to help you choose the right place to satisfy your cravings. From macarons to grandma’s pies, chocolate to cupcakes, New York caters to all tastes.
Boring and bland breakfasts, begone! Even if you’re spending your time in New York rushing from sight to sight, that’s no reason to settle for cold and sugary cereal. Whether you are looking for something fast and convenient or a unique NYC experience, here are some of the best and most interesting breakfasts in town.
Restaurants and cafés in New York are including vegan and vegetarian items in their menus that are just as good as the traditional options. Take a look at some popular eateries, many of them offering kosher and gluten-free alternatives!
Some people do craft beer, some do vintage wine and others do signature cocktails. Do you belong to the latter? If so, New York City won’t disappoint you. The city that never sleeps has a good selection of bars serving cocktails that are easily defined as works of mixology art.
New Yorkers run on air and coffee. Why do you think we're known as the city that never sleeps? Next time you're in dire need of a caffeine fix, walk past the international chains and pay a visit to these local and independent coffee shops.
New York is a foodie’s haven for many reasons. First, world-class and up-and-coming chefs call this city home. Second, the city’s immigrants have brought with them authentic cuisine from their homeland. Next time you’re in New York, tour the world by going to any of these popular restaurants.
Home to pretzel croissants and homemade marshmallows, City Bakery has been hosting its Annual Hot Chocolate Festival for over 20 years. New Yorkers wait for it, visitors come for it. If you’re around this February, check out what’s in store for you!
Sandwiches are ubiquitous. No matter how diverse world cuisines are, there’s usually some version of a sandwich in a country’s food repertoire. We are pleased to report that New York City has its fair share of specialty sandwich shops. Here are our favorites.
What brings together top international chefs, rockstar mixologists and Food Network personalities? The answer is the New York City Wine & Food Festival, a four-day event that combines the very best cuisine and spirits with a collective desire to end hunger.
Chocolate is more than M&M's and Cadbury bars. It’s a delicate confection that, when expertly prepared, can bring even the most anti-sugar individuals to their knees, begging for more. Today, we are delving deeper into New York’s chocolate world.
The countdown has begun. The day when it’s acceptable, nay, expected, to eat as many cupcakes as humanly possible is just around the corner. This Monday August 20 is National Cupcake Day!
Summer holidays are coming and it will be a breath of fresh air to eat al fresco and avoid claustrophobic restaurants. Here is our selection of the best restaurants, cafés and bars that Manhattan and Brooklyn have to offer. If you want somewhere more pet-friendly visit Where to Take Your Pets in New York City.
The creamiest, cheesiest day of the year, National Cheesecake Day, is fast approaching. Held on July 30, this day of desert indulgence gives you the perfect opportunity to sample this sweet treat. Considering that the Big Apple is known for its cheesecake, here’s a list of our favorite spots for cheesecake in New York City.
Got a sweet tooth? Come to New York and you’ll feel you’ve died and gone to heaven. In the spirit of encouraging all of the New Yorker Hotel’s guests to indulge in scrumptious delicacies, here are our top picks for the city’s sweetest spots.
When it comes to nightlife, New York caters to all tastes. Do you want a sophisticated lounge? No problem! Are you looking for an easy-going atmosphere and craft beers? We’ve got you covered.
Chef Scott Campbell recently debuted his new speakeasy-style steakhouse, Butcher & Banker, tucked away in the former Manufacturers Trust Company Bank Vault beneath The New Yorker Hotel. Campbell has been quietly planning the restaurant for years, working to put a fresh spin on a traditional steak menu while preserving the vault’s lavish decor and rich history.
National Taco Day is Oct. 4, and this Mexican finger food that predates the Spanish conquest is so simple and versatile it’s well worth celebrating.
The love affair between New York City and bagels go way back; the boiled and baked bread product was brought over by Polish Jewish immigrants in the 19th century.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. And the summer heat does have us screaming for ice cream.
Come summer, New York City lights up and so do its people. Summer in the city means evening drinks on rooftops.
Once you’ve had your fill of pancakes and eggs at our downstairs Tick Tock Diner, there’s another restaurant you need to try at The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel - Trattoria Bianca.
Diner food is an American delicacy. Sure it may not be fancy, but it’s nothing short of an art. Not just anyone can whip up the greasy, down-home goodness that comes from the country’s best diners. Tick Tock Diner can. And we at The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel, feel pretty lucky to have this great American diner downstairs, and even luckier that it serves customers 24 hours a day. This is comfort food in all its glory. Here are some of our favorite dishes at Tick Tock Diner:
Eating pizza is a New York tradition. And on National Pizza Day, it’s a must. After all, Americans’ love of pizza did originate in the Big Apple. And to this day, no one does it better than New York with its thin and crispy crust. That said, here are our favorite places for pizza in Manhattan: