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Nobu Downtown is situated in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District, offering a striking subterranean dining experience, as well as an exclusive sake table and a beautiful private event space. Descend the stairs to the dining room to indulge in Nobu signatures including Black Cod Miso and Yellowtail Jalapeno; and new menu items including Grilled Octopus with Chocolo Salsa, Sizzling Uni Yaki, and Bigeye Tuna Tataki with Truffle Eryngii Mushrooms. Add innovative Omakase and seasonal off-the-menu dishes menus created at the 13-seat sushi bar and open kitchen, and become immersed in the next era of Nobu’s genre-defining new style Japanese cuisine.
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RH Rooftop Restaurant features an ingredient-driven menu accompanied by a curated selection of artisanal wines and craft beers. Guests dine beneath a glass-and-steel atrium amidst trickling fountains, pleached London plane trees, and glimmering chandeliers.Reservations are available to book up to 30 days in advance. Outdoor tables are available with weather permitting. Reservations booked for indoor tables are not able to be moved outdoors. Reservations for outdoor tables are not able to be moved indoors. Be mindful when booking whether your table is indoors or outdoors.
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In support of the regulations issued by the city of New York, Cecconi’s Dumbo is now open for outdoor seating until 11pm. Cecconi’s Dumbo is a modern day classic Italian restaurant near Brooklyn Bridge park, specializing in hand-made pasta, wood-fired pizza and other Italian staples. Originating in Venice and with outposts in London and West Hollywood, Cecconi’s has become a critically acclaimed dining destination featuring simply prepared Venetian inspired food. With waterfront views of the Manhattan Skyline, join us in our main dining room, bar or patio dinner and weekend brunch seven days a week. Cecconi’s offers an elegant and relaxed dining experience for all guests.
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The River Café is one of New York and America’s most unique locations. Nestled under the Brooklyn Bridge with sweeping views of the New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty, this elegant restaurant has, since 1977, been a favorite destination for New Yorkers and visitors from around the world who demand the highest level of cuisine. Renowned for its exquisite setting, beautiful decor and seamless service The River Café serves a wonderful classic New American menu using only the finest, freshest and often rare ingredients. With an award winning and outstanding wine list, romantic piano music nightly, breathtaking floral arrangements, the River Café is more than simply dining, it is often a magical experience. Whether you are coming for dinner or a private party, be sure to leave some time to enjoy The River Café’s spectacular garden.
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Nestled along the East River next to the historic South Street Seaport, Industry Kitchen is just steps from the water’s edge. The stunning 5,000 square-foot venue accommodates up to 300 guests with indoor and outdoor seating, allowing unobstructed views of the Brooklyn and Williamsburg Bridges and Brooklyn Skyline. Industry Kitchen offers modern American cuisine based on seasonal market ingredients and simply prepared dishes that New Yorkers know and love, such as abundant salads and wood oven grilled meats and pizza.
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BONDST, located in NoHo, is a trendy downtown restaurant with a warm minimalist interior design. The cuisine is new Japanese with European and Asian influences. BONDST is Citysearch's 2007 and 2008 audience award winner for Best Sushi in NYC, as well as the 2008 audience award winner for Best Martini in NYC.
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A globally influenced seafood restaurant, set in a landmark building at the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, Catch New York features modern renditions of classic dishes served in streaming, shareable style of dining. Marrying simple, yet elegant, seafood, sushi, & steak with excellent service and a lively atmosphere, the 400 seat, tri-level restaurant, complete with al fresco dining on the roof, features signature dishes including the Catch Roll, Truffle Sashimi, A5 Wagyu on a hot rock, Mushroom Spaghetti, and Cantonese Lobster.Roof seating is by request only. We have a 15 minute grace period & need the full party to be seated. Dress code is smart casual. Refusal of service for inappropriate dress is at discretion of mgmt. Outside cake/beverage not permitted Catch is a mature adult setting, not recommended for children. Guests under the age of 21 must complete their visit by 8pm.BRUNCH SERVICE | Champagne Prix Fixe for 2 + A La Carte Service | Saturday & Sunday 11:30-3:00
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Tickets to One World Observatory are required to access the restaurant for a la carte reservations. Please purchased online at www.oneworldobservatory.com If you purchased an experience package, you can pick up your Observatory ticket at guest services. We recommend arriving 45 minutes early to view the Observatory prior to dining. Restaurant Hours of Operations:Sunday - Saturday: 12pm – 11pm, last table reservation time 7:30pm*We accept dining guests with reservations until 7:30 pm, the Observatory closes at 9pm, views can be enjoyed from the 101st floor. See guest services if arriving after 7pm.*Hours of Operation are subject to change on holidays*ONE Dine has a seasonally inspired a la carte menu complemented by small production wines, local draft beers, & craft cocktails. ONE Dine is located within One World Observatory on the 101st floor of One World Trade CenterOur reservation hold time is 15 minutes after you confirmed reservation time
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After taking the Parisian dining scene by storm, acclaimed chef Daniel Rose brings home the James Beard "Best New Restaurant" award for his very first stateside restaurant. Located in SoHo, the space is a gracious modern nod to fine European gastronomy, with crisp linens, fliberking candles, and whitewashed brick. Updating classical French cuisine with charm and verve, Rose shrinks the intercontinental divide separating the City of Light and the Big Apple, proving that the true essence of fine French dining can thrive in any time zone.
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Beauty & Essex has an innovative design that starts in the restaurant’s entrance, a well-curated modern-day pawn shop replete with a saxophone, boombox, quirky artifacts, vintage treasures, and an eclectic array of “one-off” pieces of jewelry. Continuing past the pawnshop, guests encounter a grand, circular staircase wrapped around a two-story custom chandelier, but only the adventurous will discover all that Beauty & Essex has to offer. With four distinct dining rooms (one private), two bars, a lounge, and a women’s bathroom complete with a salon including a luxurious sofa, and antique perfume bottles. The cuisine, much like the design, is intended to set a new course. Chef Chris Santos was one of the pioneers of the small, share plate dining trend that has swept the nation, and with the Beauty & Essex menu, he once again has created waves on the food scene.