Russian Tea Room: Open in 1927, by former members of the Russian Imperial Ballet, The Russian Tea Room has become a known watering hole for the entertainment industry due to its stylish decor, continental ﬁne dining, elegant high tea, the extensive vodka selection.
Positano, located on 250 Park Avenue South, brought food from Naples and D’Amalﬁ Coast right to the table. This posh Gramercy Park restaurant was made famous in the 1980s for it’s authentic Tuscan cuisine and outstanding service.
Counter, a sleek vegetarian bistro, insists on organic ingredients whenever possible. Known for its simple dishes with abundant ﬂavor, such as crispy tofu with honey mustard and roasted sweet potatoes made this an East Village must.
Since 1983, Il Cantinori, has stayed at the forefront of Tuscan cuisine due to continued dedication to its ever changing menu and innovative preparations. Classic Tuscan dishes, memorable ﬂower arrangements and outstanding hospitality, have made this a celebrity hot spot
Le Madri, located in the heart of Chelsea, created an escape for anyone hoping for a bite of the ﬁne taste of Tuscany. Famous for its homemade pasta, thin crusted pizzas, classic calamari, imported mozzarella, and organically grown greens, celebrity chef Marta Pulini made customers feel as if they just escaped to the Italy.
Celebrity chef Pino Luongo emphasis on simply-prepared dishes, like crispy mushrooms, spaghetti with clams, roasted whole ﬁsh with fresh herbs and lemon, and daily freshly picked ingredients made this UES spot a favorite
Tavern On The Green, a New York City icon, is the second highest-grossing restaurant in the US. Famously known for its Crystal Room, boasting beautiful views of the adjacent garden, elm trees, and spacious dance ﬂoor, was a world attraction for famous artists and celebrities.
75 Main Restaurant & Lounge is an excellent place to dance the night away as well as to have amazing dinner. The sophisticated setting makes this venue an ideal choice for a special evening of celebration. Seafood Ceviche, Mussels, Halibut with Crab meat are some of the popular dishes on the menu. Feast yourselves on…
Spicy Latin American fare brought to you in a festive high-energy atmosphere. The three-story dining room is bright and airy by day and warm and earthy by night. And you won't find a Cuban sandwich like this anywhere else in New York. Or Havana, for that matter.
Coppelia specialized in Cuban and South American cuisine. The restaurant large bar, with emphasis on Latin spirits combined with the smoothing atmosphere of live music and hearty food has made Coppellia loved by all locals.
Havana Alma de Cuba, located on 94 Christopher street, is one of NYC’s true cuban restaurants. The authentic cuisine, festive atmosphere, hanging lantern and giant wall murals have made Havana a NYC staple.
The Stone Creek Inn was formerly known as the Ambassador Inn. It was constructed in 1910 as a large two-story house; the third story was added later. During Prohibition it was a speakeasy with a small cottage in the back used to store liquor brought in by boat from Shinnecock Bay to Weesuck Creek, and…