Our City Guides is from the point of view of the people we interview. A restaurant cannot be listed in our guides unless it is recommended by one of the tastemakers we’ve featured. We don’t want you to see the restaurant world through our eyes, but rather through the eyes of your favorite tastemakers in every industry. Why us? Why not them?
Located in the basement of the iconic India House, Harry’s is a Wall Street hotspot during lunchtime and also a favorite for weekend brunch. The wood-paneled dining room offers all the American steakhouse classics in a fitting setting. Make a Reservation. www.harrysnyc.com
Started in 2003, this coffee shop has expanded to six stores over the past 11 years. However, it has stayed true to its original purpose: brew delicious coffee and baked goods. The shops offer delicious organic fair-trade coffee, vegan organic gluten-free baked goods produced in-house, and pressed juices. Many of Hollywood’s elite are devotees and line up every [...]
If it wasn’t for Magic Mix Juicery, the Financial District would be a complete fast-food wasteland. The juice bar and raw, vegan cafe offers Wall Streeters the opportunity to nourish their bodies with a selection of greens, roots and fruit drink options, or foods such as protein packed breakfast bowls, marinara zucchini noodles with mushroom meatballs, or [...]
P.J. Clarke’s is where we go and have a martini when we want to feel like characters in AMC’s Mad Men. Not only do we love the bar scene, but in a city where chefs often pile ten things on one burger, PJ’s classic normal-sized cheeseburger is a happy relief. Always go with the classics here [...]
Shake Shack is Danny Meyer’s empire of a burger spot in multiple locations throughout the city. An ode and throwback to the original, simple burger, this is one of our favorites for great on-the-go gourmet ‘fast food.’ It’s safe to say Meyer has raised the bar of all fast food around the country. “As a [...]
This completely vegetarian quick service food stop is popular amongst the business crowd, as well as local devotees. The wide array of seasonal juices and smoothies, along with creative versions of traditional sandwiches, make this the perfect healthy spot for a quick bite to eat. www.terrinyc.com
The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog is an Irish pub, cocktail joint and beer bar and all in one, featuring an intimate parlour room upstairs. The historic menu pays homage to the Irish ancestry of many New Yorkers and appeals to a diverse clientele. www.deadrabbitnyc.com