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Each year many corporations choose Ayza as a venue for holiday parties, product launches, meetings and more.
Artist Sinem Disli invites you to dine under the stars. We are bringing the starlight indoors with the help of 33 handmade iridescent yellow light fixtures, arranged artfully with a gentle slope of the night sky. The yellowish-white color has been declared to be the average color of the universe in 2009, after the scientists had analyzed the light from 200.000 galaxies, formed by stars individually indistinguishable by the naked eye. The artist captured that warm beige shade with yellow LED lights in 6 different sizes, which are then arranged in the shapes of 33 constellations.
Our expansive 7,000-bottle wine cellar, featuring the most extraordinary vintages from classic European regions, as well as sakes, and whiskeys from all over the world, provides an enviable selection to satisfy even the most discerning of palates.
We are honored to have received 'The Best of Award of Excellence' from Wine Spectator and Feature in "13 Best Three Michelin star Restaurants in America" By Restaurant Clicks.
Our aim is to provide first class hospitality along with a memorable culinary experience. From start to finish, you will receive exceptional customer service, mouth-watering food, exotic cocktails and an extensive wine list. Your dining experience will encompass some of the amazing flavors from the Caribbean islands of Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and even some of the undiscovered regions of Mexico & South America.
At BuenaVista you can try "yucca” (or cassava) from Cuba, “barbacoa" (or pozole) from Mexico and Patagonian cuisine from southernmost South America. You'll be able to experience how the regional Caribbean and South American climates influence certain dishes.
Sushi by Bou Times Square is located at 132 W 47 Street). Parties of 1-4 will be reserved with our Signature $60/per person 30-minute Omakase. Parties of 5 or more will be reserved with our Bougie $100/per person 60-minute Omakase!
Sushi by Bou's 24-hour Cancellation Policy: A 50% per person fee will apply to cancellations & no-shows for reservations made within 24 hours of reservation time. No same-day rescheduling. Text 917.268.7268 to cancel. No phone calls, please!
To upgrade to Bougie 60-min Omakase please text 917.268.7268 your full name, location/date/time, & number of guests. *Space is limited & we cannot guarantee we will be able to honor requests via your booking notes*
For event inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you soon!
New York’s beloved Greek restaurant, Molyvos has been completely reimagined. Molyvos is a celebration of the Livanos Family’s ancestral hometown on the island of Lesvos and offers a fresh perspective that blends the modern energy and ancient culture of Greece.
Celebrating the lifestyle and foodways of Greece, Molyvos’ brings filoxenia – the Greek style of hospitality – to the heart of Hell’s Kitchen. The warm, friendly service welcomes guests as if they’re in a chic, seaside home, while the food, wine, and cocktails transport diners to the Greek Islands with each bite and sip.
Located a block from the Theater District, Molyvos offers a variety of spreads, seasonal raw seafood dishes, whole grilled fish, and beloved classics alongside the country’s largest cellar of wines exclusively from Greece and a cocktail men
Live Jazz at the Whitby Bar is returning every Friday night from 6pm to 9pm. Enjoy classic Negroni cocktails as you listen to live jazz music from The Sam Taylor Trio.
For our Afternoon Tea service, please book via Open Table through the EXPERIENCE option. To confirm your afternoon tea reservation, we require a credit card for our cancellation policy. Should you cancel within 24 hours of the booking, a $50/pp cancellation fee will incur.
The Whitby Bar and Restaurant, inside The Whitby Hotel located in the heart of upper Midtown, offers modern American food in a uniquely eclectic setting. Open daily for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
All Day menu served Mon - Sat from Noon-6 PM , and Sunday from Noon -5 PM
*Enjoy Afternoon Tea service Mon-Sat from Noon:-5:00 PM and Sun from Noon-5:00 PM, reservations required.
Located on the 2nd floor near the elevators.
After hours, entrance to Wolf is on 57th & Broadway. Please enter through Nordstrom’s Home department.
We are open for dine-in service and to-go orders with Curbside Pickup. Call (212) 295-2184 to place your order.
Almost every protein on the menu can be sliced thin & sampled as part of a charcuterie board for an appetizer, this includes prosciutto Parma, Wagyu top round beef & more. As for the entrees, Biricchino Northern Italian Restaurant has several authentic pasta dishes sure to delight fans of classic Italian cuisine. Naturally, there is also a large selection of fine Italian wine
They chose to name their restaurant "Il Corso" because it means "the path". Their goal is to guide their clients on a path to a wonderful experience.
We pride ourselves on selecting the finest ingredients for our recipes. In addition to our menu, we offer daily specials that your server will present to you.
Il Corso's warm, cozy ambiance is complimented by an exquisite selection of moderately priced wines, full bar and nurtured by a friendly and knowledgeable staff serves.
- JWJWK49Virginia •3 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoWonderful food and extremely attentive staff who really want you to have whatever suits your individual tastes. They also have a wonderful sense of humor and smile a lot. Food super yummy. Wine/booze selection a notch above. Will be back!More infoOcean Prime - New YorkPrice: Very Expensive• Seafood• Rockefeller Center Midtown•4.8
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- OTOpenTable DinerNew York / Tri-State Area •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023very noisy and busy, servers did not come to us until 30 minutes after we were seated. asked multiple times for a diet coke and never recieved it. food was decent. come for the experience, not so much the food.More infoLa Grande BoucheriePrice: Very Expensive• French• Midtown West•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinervipNew York / Tri-State Area •8 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 20236th year celebrating New Year’s Day at Carmines The hostesses were extremely accommodating as we had two reservations of 10. They were able to put us together making for a great dinner. Wait staff and food were off the charts! Thank you Carmine’s!More infoCarmine's - 44th Street - NYCPrice: Moderate• Italian• Theater District / Times Square•4.6
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If Shakespeare said that the world is a stage, then Midtown West is the perfect neighborhood for a pre-show meal. Encompassing Broadway and the theatre district, this bustling stretch of blocks has more cultural cachet than Midtown East, and it’s a bit grittier. This means that there are casual staples like pizza, late night gyros and other street meat to balance out the high-end options. Some highlights include world-renowned sushi, Korean small plates, cozy New American fare, and more. Whether you’re into musicals or dramas, there are adventurous flavors for every taste.
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