Manhattan Dining Options

Le Bernardin
155 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019
(212) 554-1515

With three Michelin Stars this is a special restaurant reserved for only the most special of events. Unless you are rich, in which case enjoy your spur of the moment snack. The Chef's Tasting menu is the most highly recommended offering and it runs around $200 per person with 8 courses it isn't all that expensive all things considered. If you are looking to impress or to celebrate one of life's most special moments this is a wonderful restaurant to do so at.

21 Club
21 W 52nd St, New York, NY 10019
(212) 582-7200

21 Club is definitely worth a visit. They have some of the best service found in NYC, from the doorman and the host to the girl at the coat check, everyone is working hard to improve your visit. It is a big tourist destination because it is a great place to rub elbows with the rich and famous. It's worth going just for the wonderful decor and atmosphere itself, before going I recommend checking out their website and reading the history of the location as it was a former speakeasy. They serve a higher-end take on American fare.

Triomphe Restaurant
49 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036
(212) 453-4233

Triomphe is a creative and delicious culinary experience! Each item is better than the next. You can tell that the chef takes care to locally source fresh seasonal ingredients for use in the menu. It is a fine dining experience, with great service, and makes for a very special dining experience no matter the occasion! Convenient to the theater district which makes it perfect for a night out to take in a dinner and a play! Or at least a place to eat away your sorrows of not getting into Lin-Manuel Miranda's sensation, Hamilton.

234 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036
(212) 221-8440

A taste of the classic New York experience. The bartenders are clad in red dinner jackets and know how to shake a mean cocktail. Sardi's is a Historic Landmark located right in the heart of the Theater District. The food has always been and continues to be fabulous. The impeccably clean bathrooms, rather than stating "Men & Women" on the doors, in true theater fashion say "Guys & Dolls". It's a charming place with caricatures on the wall of historic actors and theater heros throughout the decades.

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