The Best Restaurants in the Bronx
From Bronx Pizza to Steakhouses near Yankee Stadium
When it comes to delicious NYC fine dining, guests don’t have to travel all the way to Manhattan. From Bronx pizza to steakhouses near Yankee Stadium, check out the best restaurants in the Bronx during your stay at Opera House Hotel.
Located only a few blocks from the Opera House Hotel is Giovanni's. Offering authentic Italian cuisine, from homemade pasta to coal oven pizza, Giovanni's is the perfect place to retreat after a long day exploring Arthur Avenue.
579 Grand Concourse Corner of 150th St., Bronx, NY
Conceived and created by Executive Chef Erminio Conte, visit this South Bronx community and enjoy a menu of southern Italian specialties, from Bronx pizza to pasta and paninis, and shakes.
136 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, NY 10454, (718) 942-5575
Experiencing a Yankee Stadium game live is incomplete without a visit to the NYY Steakhouse. With a seafood bar, steakhouse specials, kids menus, this Bronx restaurant is perfect for baseball fans of any age. Indulge in decadent desserts surrounded by Yankee memorabilia, a custom-made "signature wall" featuring 86 autographs of legendary Yankees players. While the Yankee Stadium location is closed during the off-season, they offer a Manhattan location.
1 East 161 St., Yankee Stadium, Gate 6, Bronx, NY, 10451, (646) 977-8325
Located within the historic Clock Tower landmark, Charlie’s Bar and Kitchen is the go-to for brunch in the South Bronx. In addition to southern-style menu choices like Fried Chicken Benny, this unique spot near the Harlem River offers a rustic, chic décor, live music, and flowing mimosas for endless weekend fun. But don’t miss out on lunch and dinner during the week: With choices like Churrasco Skirt Steak and Jerk BBQ Ribs, they’re really bringing the South in South Bronx.
112 Lincoln Ave. (Between Bruckner Blvd And East 134th St.), Bronx, NY 10454, (718) 684-2338
Stop by this South Bronx brewery company for a taste of history and delicious beer, located near the Opera House Hotel. The first brewery to open in the Bronx since the 1960's, The Bronx Brewery offers beer enthusiasts an inside look with free brewery tours on the weekends and a tasting room. You can also call in advance for a private tour. Enjoy year-round brews, the current Seasonal Pale Ale, and limited selections from their B-Tracks Series, Pilot Batches, Barrel Reserves and more. While they serve pretzels, beef jerky, and other snacks, visitors are allowed to bring their own food.
856 E. 136th St., Bronx 856 E 136th St., Bronx, NY, 10454, Tour start times: 1:30 pm, 3:00 pm & 5:00 pm
Head to Ceetay NYC for creative sushi and Japanese dishes. Those dining in can watch chefs prepare an endless number of takeout orders thanks to an open kitchen. Traditional sushi is the mainstay here, but don't miss more creative specials like a bruschetta-style square of seared sesame-studded rice topped with avocado purée, tuna tartare, and frizzled onions. Located near the South Bronx art community, Ceetay is the perfect place to stop off before or after sightseeing. 129 Alexander Ave., Bronx, NY 10454, (718) 618-7020
A lively and artful spot near the Harlem River, Mott Haven Bar & Grill offers a fun atmosphere and exciting entertainment in the heart of the South Bronx. Their legendary brunch and happy hour, along with the delicious dinner and burgers, help match the great vibe with even better food and drinks. Stop by for weekly game nights, Karaoke every Friday, paint nights, open mics, and more.
1 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, NY 10454, (718) 665-2001