Tag: Midtown

Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Love Your Dinner and Your Wallet on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day should be filled with love and fun, but it can also be quite stressful for couples who want to dine out in Manhattan on a limited budget. Restaurants create exceptional menus for a special evening, but they often come with a hefty price tag. There are hundreds of places to choose from in […]

| February 13, 2015
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Maison Kayser’s Winter Menu Warms You From the Inside-Out.

Maison Kayser’s Winter Menu Warms You From the Inside-Out.

Thanks to the Polar Vortex it has been a bone-chilling winter in New York City, but if you stay inside, you just might miss out on one of New York's top seasonal menus. Maison Kayser has always been a favorite of ours, so when we were invited to try the winter menu, we bundled up […]

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Dining in Good Company

Dining in Good Company

Former Float and Cipriani guru Max Burgios has stepped out on his own to open the swanky new B & Co. Located on at 14 East 58th Street. Situated just next to Bergdorf Goodman Men's, B & Co. is comprised of a luxurious 80-seat restaurant on the first floor which is highlighted by opulent finishes […]

| December 18, 2013
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Glaze Teriyaki Grill

Glaze Teriyaki Grill

The busy offices in Midtown are rejoicing as Glaze Teriyaki Grill opens a fourth location at 60 West 56th St. (at 6th Ave.) Paul Krug, along with Head Chef Dennis Lake (former Executive Chef at Rosa Mexicano) are at it again, bringing Seattle’s treasured street food to another location in Manhattan. What sets Glaze Teriyaki […]

| September 12, 2013
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Where to Watch The Kentucky Derby in New York City – 2013

Where to Watch The Kentucky Derby in New York City – 2013

The Kentucky Derby held on Saturday, May 4th is the first event of the three races that compose the Triple Crown of thoroughbred racing. Although The Derby has long been known as the “most exciting two minutes in sports,” the excitment carries on throughout the day. The next best thing to actually being at Churchill […]

| April 30, 2013
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Victor’s Café—Quite Simply the Best

Victor’s Café—Quite Simply the Best

In 1957 Victor Del Corral left Cuba with his family and headed to New York with one very specific goal, to establish a Cuban restaurant in the heart of New York City—and in 1963 that is exactly what he did. Originally located on Columbus Avenue and 71st Street, they very rapidly became one of the […]

| February 17, 2013
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5 Restaurant Ideas Near Grand Central NYC

5 Restaurant Ideas Near Grand Central NYC

If you are heading to meet friends near Grand Central Station before commuting home, you don’t have to settle for a casual snack. Here are 5 dining ideas for those who are looking for a memorable meal near Grand Central Station.   Vitae – 4 East 46th (Between Fifth and Madison) –The classic contemporary American […]

| January 7, 2013
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Bobby Van’s Kickin’ It Old School

Bobby Van’s Kickin’ It Old School

On a blustery fall evening, we ventured out to explore the iconic Bobby Van’s Grill. Located on West 50th Street, this outpost has been serving up traditional American grill fare and classic steaks amidst the shadow of Radio City Music Hall since 2006. A classically adorned steakhouse featuring a plethora of dark wood, timeless chandeliers […]

| December 23, 2012
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Food, Wine and Fundraising

Food, Wine and Fundraising

Last week dailyfoodandwine.com had the pleasure of attending the first Leukemia Fighters and NY Presbyterian Fundraising event at the amazing Lavo Restaurant and Nightclub in Midtown Manhattan. Hosted by Dr. Gail Roboz, founder of Leukemia Fighters and the Director of The Leukemia Program at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, this was by far the finest […]

| December 10, 2012
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Cafe Un Deux Trois

Cafe Un Deux Trois

Stepping Back in Time at Café Un Deux Trois Café Un Deux Trois is celebrating 35 years of delivering fine French food to the masses. Opening their doors in the heart of Times Square in 1977, they soon became the spot to stop for dinner and drinks before heading off to the likes of Studio […]

| September 11, 2012
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