* We are a 21 plus venue except during our brunch hours Saturday & Sunday 11:30am - 3pm which is open to all ages. Physical ID required, copies are NOT accepted. NYC's largest indoor/outdoor hotel rooftop bar & lounge features an “urban amusement park” concept offering epic Empire State Building skyline views, carousel seating, and oversize topiary gardens. The all-season rooftop lounge offers multiple bars and seating areas, each with a distinct vibe and design to provide an endless stream of indelible “moments.” Live DJs, decadent cocktails and “curiosities”, interactive cocktails with unique presentations for groups along with Champagne and bottle service
Korean Restaurant + BBQ | Penthouse Bar + LoungeGAONNURI [gah-ohn-nu-ri]: The Center of the WorldThe name GAONNURI represents our placement in what we believe is the center of the world, both physically and figuratively. Located in the heart of New York City,a city that represents the intersection of the finest cuisines and eclectic cultures, GAONNURI seeks to gather people of all backgrounds to sharein a traditional Korean dining experience. We hope that the authenticity of the foodand the enjoyment of the dining experience will invite patrons for generations to come.Thank you for allowing us to invite and serve you in our own culinary center.
Beneath the pulsing city lies a hidden dining destination. USDA Prime steaks from the finest Black Angus cattle. Bespoke cocktails. A restored Bank Vault from the 1930s. This is Butcher & Banker, a new "steakeasy" at the crossroads of Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, Javits Center and Hudson Yards.Butcher & Banker is no ordinary steakhouse. A dozen different steaks are on offer, but non-steak eaters will dine exceedingly well here.Butcher & Banker pays homage to the New Yorker Hotel’s storied history. The New Yorker opened in 1930 at the height of the Great Depression as the then largest hotel in the city. It has attracted a who’s who of entertainers and dignitaries from around the world, including Muhammad Ali, JFK, Joan Crawford and Nikola Tesla. Beneath the hotel, a bank vault and offices were occupied by the Manufacturers Trust Company until 1980. With the opening of Butcher & Banker, the public can see the vault for the first time in 37 years.
After 4 decades of experience, it is fair to say that Wolfgang Zwiener learned his craft well. Taking the core principles from his years as Peter Luger’s head waiter, Wolfgang didn’t just duplicate an exceptional steakhouse; he improved upon it making Wolfgang’s Steakhouse extraordinary. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is serving lunch and dinner seven days a week including all major holidays.
Steps from Madison Square Garden, Niles New York City is the ideal venue before and after all concerts, shows and sporting events. Offering a sleek design with a contemporary American menu, Niles is the perfect place for Lunch and Dinner or to unwind after work at our lively bar.
Legasea Bar & Grill is a fresh take on bar and grill classics with a fun-casual atmosphere for an entertaining dining experience. Open for lunch, happy hour and dinner, enjoy a lively bar scene and inviting dining room that provides guests with an unforgettable evening full of good food and good company. Menu highlights include American bar and grill favorites. Enjoy specialty cocktails, an extensive wine list, and beer options ranging from craft bottles to draft favorites. Located in the heart of Midtown, the restaurant is a neighborhood staple just blocks from New York City’s most popular destinations, including Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, Theater District, and Times Square.
An informal Italian restaurant serving traditional favorites along with excitingly new dishes. Trattoria Bianca is a favorite of locals, business people and travelers in midtown.Bright and mostly white, it is a sleek reinterpretation of Italian Art Deco along with the owner's collection vintage food and wine posters.Bianca's menu ranges from a simple bowl of spaghetti carbonara to a Tuscan-style steak and a bottle of old Barolo. Featured dishes: shrimp scampi on soft polenta; frisee salad with fried oysters, poached egg, and pork belly; seafood fritto misto; salmon saltimbocca-style with sage and crispy pancetta; numerous pastas and superb pizzas; Chianti- braised short rib, and lamb shank in rich pan juices. For lunch there are heaping salads and inventive sandwiches using Italian ingredients
Tick Tock Diner, an iconic symbol of the American diner with locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Clifton, New Jersey, has mastered the art of casual dining, providing customers with high quality ingredients, generous portions at a reasonable price and a comfortable, family-friendly atmosphere that keeps them coming back year after year.The 280 seat Midtown Manhattan location opened in 1997 at 481 8th Avenue (corner of 34th Street), across the street from Penn Station. Tick Tock Diner has long been known for its American comfort food. Today, it remains true to tradition while offering more dining choices than ever before on its extensive menu, accented with Italian, Greek and Tex-Mex influences. Keeping in the diner tradition, breakfast is served all day, featuring more than a dozen omelets, farm fresh eggs any style, pancakes, Belgian waffles and French toast.