Located in the East Village, the Cloister Cafe brings you back to the medieval times : the main dining room showcases several original high impact stained glass windows. But the menu features seasonal american food with exotic touches from Thailand. The stass is using only ingredients from the Union Square Greenmarket.
In 1926, at the time of the prohibition, Frankie and Johnnie's was a secret place. The customers had to give a password ("Frankie" or "Johnnie") to access the restaurant through a back door... Of course, times has changed now. But Frankie & Johnnie's Steakhouse still have regulars clients and tourists who come to taste steaks, ribs or T-Bones, à la carte or according to the menu. Note that the restaurant has two addresses in New York.
Founded in 1950, three blocks south of the World Trade Center, George’s Restaurant had to be demolished after 9/11, due to structural damages. The owners George and his son Billy made the decision to rebuild. George’s Restaurant is back and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy a wide selection of burgers, sandwiches and wraps.
Founded in 2014, The Harold is located in the heart of Herald Square. This "american bistro" is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu features french and american culinary specialties, from the traditionnal french onion soup to the american burgers. Try also the lobster mac & cheese! And follow my advice: grab a table on the mezzanine to enjoy a view on Herald Square!
Located in the Hell's Kitchen District, just 3 blocks from Times Square, this brand new restaurant opened in september 2013. The concept is simple : make the farm-to-table experience casual, interesting and fun. The chef uses seasonal ingredients and the menu changes everyday. Check out their website to see the menu !