Best attractions and restaurants in New York City
Best of NYC

If you are looking to spend some time in the city that never sleeps, make sure to visit all of our curated attractions and restaurants. We’ve gathered a full list of the best-rated places and most recommended by the locals as well. Our hotel is conveniently located less than 15 minutes from Manhattan, making it easy for you to enjoy everything the city has to offer.


The story of the legendary Neil Diamond comes to life on stage in an uplifting new musical featuring all his hit songs, including “Sweet Caroline,” “America,” and “Cracklin’ Rosie.” From those exhilarating early days in New York to the sold-out spectacles that defined his career, A Beautiful Noise explores the life of a rock icon through the music that made him “a national treasure” (Los Angeles Times).

Directed by Tony Award® winner Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch), choreographed by Olivier Award winner Steven Hoggett (Once, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), and written by four-time Academy Award nominee Anthony McCarten (Bohemian Rhapsody, The Two Popes), A Beautiful Noise is a thrilling look at an artist’s search for himself and a celebration of the enduring power of his music.

Hill Country

Hill Country is a tribute to the traditional Central Texas barbecue experience, Southern Hospitality and the artistry of Downtown Austin.

30 West 26 Street
Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse

Delivering the quintessential NYC steakhouse experience since ‘05. Celebrates everything you love about USDA Prime dry-aged beef, succulent and cooked to perfection. Acclaimed Porterhouses and tomahawk steaks joined by fresh seafood. Modern, stylish venue with classic oak, a business-casual dress code, and an extensive wine list. This beloved family-owned establishment invites you to stop in and ‘Experience a Steakhouse Like No Other.’

219 E. 44th St. (2nd-3rd Aves.)
Trattoria Dell’Arte

Featuring the Largest antipasto bar in the city accompanied by signature Italian dishes including Veal Chop Parmigiana and Chicken Pepperoni Parmigiana and the Classic 101 Layer Lasagna. Interior features include funky oversize sculptures in a space inspired by an artists studio in Tuscany and all in the heart of Midtown.

900 7th Ave. (56th-57th Sts.)
USA Brooklyn Delicatessen
American Comfort Food Turns back the culinary clock to a slower time, when our tastes were simpler. It’s the kind of real food you crave. Hot sandwiches & comfort food served up in an establishment with a laid-back ambiance. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our menus feature EGGFACE sandwiches at breakfast. For lunch and dinner, enjoy offerings from hot pastrami, corned beef and turkey, to chicken soup and salads.
200 W. 57th St (7th Ave. betw 56– 57 Sts.)
Benjamin Steakhouse

Top rated steakhouse. Popular with celebrities. Exceptional steaks and seafood in a luxurious setting where their mission is to treat each guest like family.

52 East 41 Street (Park/Madison Aves)
Benjamin Prime

2 floors, Private dining rooms available. Outdoor Seating. Concierge Choice Awards winner for Best New Restaurant.

23 East 40 St
Bond 45

One of the great restaurants from The Fireman Hospitality Group, best known for its antipasto bar, which offers a rotating selection of market-fresh veggies. You’ll also find an expansive menu that includes specialty veal chops, seafood, house-made pasta, and thin-crust pizza. Breakfast served daily. Open Sun.-Thurs. 7am-10pm, Fri-Sat. 7am-11pm.

221 W. 46th St. (Broadway-8th Ave.)
Brooklyn Diner

A classic New York experience awaits at this central spot inspired by “the old neighborhood in Brooklyn.” Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with diner favorites like Reubens, burgers, chicken soup, and pot pies. Lighter fare like tacos, teriyaki salmon, and entree salads as well. Outdoor patio seating available. Additional location near Times Square at 155 W. 43rd St., btw. 6th Ave. & Broadway.

212 W. 57th St. (Broadway-7th Ave.)
Cafe Fiorello

New Yorkers’ go-to for visits to Lincoln Center. Upper West Side legend features a lively outdoor cafe and a timeless interior finished in warm wood, brass, and mirrors. Updated Italian classics from the kitchen begin with a 50-item hot and cold antipasto bar. Excels in seafood, steak, veal, and pasta.

1900 Broadway (63rd-64th Sts.)
City Winery NYC

Indulge Your Senses at the new flagship location in Hudson River Park, the only venue that provides intimate concerts, locally made wine, great food and unforgettable events all under one roof. See a show of live music or comedy on one of the two stages every night of the week. Dine on the Hudson River waterfront in the Barrel Room and enjoy the wine-inspired, globally influenced and locally sourced menu of shared plates and entrees for every palate. Drop in to visit the tasting bar to sample wine made on premise and enjoy special pricing on bottles to go in the on site wine shop. Schedules and info available at

25 11th Avenue at Pier 57 in Hudson River Park
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Energetic and luxurious three-story restaurant with great bar scene

1221 Ave of the Americas (entrance on 49 St.)
Ellen’s Stardust Diner

World Famous Singing waitstaff!

1650 Broadway (51St)
Fushimi Times Square

Fuses traditional Japanese food with inventive French inspired nouvelle cuisines topped with talented chefs with years of industry experience, making Fushimi’s dishes extremely exquisite to the taste buds…the cream of the crop. Fushimi boasts not only of impeccable food, but superior service, trendy ambiance and opulent décor. Recommended by the Zagat Guide and Michelin Guide, it is no surprise Fushimi has a loyal fan base among all it’s locations that keeps growing and growing. Open 7 days at 4pm.

311 West 43 Street (8th & 9th Aves)
Gatsby’s Landing

New American Restaurant and Bar located in the Heart of Times Square. Experience the Roaring Twenties with the splendor of Grand ballroom chandeliers, elegant ambiance, and gracious service. Expertly executed and globally-inspired menu created from the finest seasonal ingredients, including Homemade Pastas, Brick oven Pizzas, a selection of Steak and Fish dishes. Trendy Bar-Lounge offers an assortment of wines, beers, and creative cocktails to please all tastes. There is something for everyone! Offering Daily Pre-Theatre and Post-Theatre Dining. Visit our Website for Menus and Hours.

120 West 44th Street (bet. 6th & 7th Ave.)
Havana Central

NY’s best Cuban restaurant with LIVE Music. Outdoor Dining. Lunch/Diner 7 days.

151 West 46 St (6th Ave & Broadway)
Houston Hall

You’ll find a friendly reception at this iconic downtown beer hall and brewpub. A top spot for Happy Hour, revelers enjoy $8 beers, $9 cocktails, $3 empanadas & $2 sliders Tues – Fri from 4pm-7pm. The lively crowd digs into empanadas, Southern-fried dill pickles spears, wings, burgers, bratwurst, and jumbo Bavarian pretzels with warm cheddar ale dip. Signature cocktails include an Espresso Martini & Moscow Mule, joined by a variety of craft beers on tap, including seasonal specials and plenty of lagers, ales, and even a hazy IPA.

222 W. Houston St. (6th Ave.-Varick St.)
(212) 675-9323
La Masseria

Best Italian restaurant in Theatre District. Wine Spectator Award.

235 W 48 St (Broadway/8th Ave)
Masseria dei Vini

Best Italian restaurant near Lincoln Center

887 9th Ave (57 – 58 St)
Morton’s The Steakhouse

Famous for USDA prime-aged beef, fresh seafood, fine wine and elegant desserts

551 Fifth Ave (entrance on 45 St )

GREEK/SEAFOOD Experience refined and sophisticated Greek cuisine in the heart of midtown. Our impressive culinary team provides a variety of delectable Greek and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Nerai will transport you from the bustling streets of New York City to the shores of Greece. As a Wine Spectator Award recipient, we invite you to experience our impeccable attention to service and genuine hospitality. We look forward to hosting you soon

55 E 54th St. (Park-Madison Aves)
Patsy’s Italian Restaurant

Frank Sinatra’s favorite Restaurant!

236 West 56 St (Broadway/8th Ave)
Pelé Soccer

Times Square’s Pelé Soccer is The World’s Greatest Soccer Store, from soccer legend Pelé. You can shop—and personalize—official jerseys and fan gear from 100+ teams and players around the world. There’s also limited-edition footwear from top brands like Nike, Adidas, and Puma, and seats on stadium bleachers for watching live soccer games on a huge TV screen.

1560 Broadway (btw. 46th & 47th Sts.)
Redeye Grill

Upscale dining featuring an elevated outdoor patio with prime views of Carnegie Hall and midtown. Classic American brasserie scene, with polished nickel and leather, warm tones, and original Red Grooms artwork. Gourmet menu features steaks, chops, fresh seafood, and sushi. Save room for house specialty banana cream pie!

890 7th Ave. (56th St.)
Strip House Steakhouse & Cocktail Lounge

Named one of NY’s best restaurant by Zagat an awarded our stars by Forbes

15 W 44 Street (5th & 6th Aves)
The Consulate

Your passport to a unique dining experience. Take your tastebuds on an international trip at The Consulate, a restaurant and cocktail bar that inspires patrons with a unique rotating monthly menu that highlights different countries’ cultures. A French American menu features sumptuous short rib cavatelli, perfectly seared steaks, roasted herb chicken, and locally sourced seafood dishes like seared branzino and scallop tartare with crispy shallots. Classic eggs Benedict and blueberry cast-iron pancakes highlight brunches.

519 Columbus Ave. (85th St.)
The Consulate

With a global French Modern American menu created by renowned Chef Alan Vargas, The Consulate takes diners on an international journey of cuisines. Look for sumptuous short rib cavatelli, perfectly seared steaks, roasted herb chicken, and locally sourced seafood dishes like seared branzino and scallop tartare with crispy shallots. Classic eggs Benedict and blueberry cast-iron pancakes highlight brunches.

44 W. 56th St. (5th-6th Aves.)
Utsav Indian Cuisine

Bi-level restaurant on skywalk between two buildings overlooking open air plaza. A bar is on the lower floor, spacious dining room upstairs with floor-to-ceiling windows. Woman-owned and run, serving NYC with Indian cuisine for 23 years. Indo Chinese menu recently introduced brings these flavors to Times Square/Theater District for the first time. Lunch special $24.95. Happy Hour 5-8pm daily.

1185 6th Ave. (46th St., btw. 6th-7th Aves.)
The Palm Restaurant

Dining tradition that has been handed down for generations. Look for fan favorite lobster, Italian specialties, and, of course, stellar steaks. A fixture in the Theater District near the Gershwin Theater since 1999, The Palm Midtown is a natural dining destination before or after a show

250 West 50 St. (Broadway/8th Ave)