If you haven’t eaten in New York City, you haven’t eaten ever! Next time you’re in the Big Apple, be sure to check out this list of top-notch restaurants put together by LUX, provider of the private jet charter New York residents trust for safe, affordable flights.
Royal 35 Steakhouse offers up the best of the best in beef. It is world-class American dining at its finest. You’ll find fish on the menu too. According to the customers who flock in, great food is just a part of the experience. The ambiance is heartfelt as well.
Keens Steakhouse is a classic chophouse located with rich history, established in 1885. The steakhouse features delicious aged steaks and has fabulous liquor too. The building is complete with 90.000 clay smoking pipes of former customers lining the ceilings.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is a hot spot (literally) that puts a personal touch on American dining in the Big City. The USDA Prime steaks are traditionally broiled in a 1800-degree oven and are sizzled to perfection. The steakhouse in in the Manhattan area.
A & A Bake and Doubles is a small, cozy Caribbean restaurant that goes deep on out of this world flavor. The hand-fried dough stuffed with shark or salt fish is a favorite of the many patrons who frequent the establishment.
Santina is a fun place located in the Meatpacking District of New York, NY. There you’ll find authentic Italian food that stands with the likes of restaurants in Italy.
Le CouCou is fine French dining in an elegant, yet cozy, atmosphere. With chandeliers above and the aroma of old school French cooking in the air, you will want to move in and call this place home. The creamy lobster bisque is to die for and the rabbit can be ordered cooked three different ways. Did we mention the chefs wear tall cream-colored hats?
Ugly Baby in Carroll Gardens is a tucked away touch of heaven if you love Thai food. Even the wait staff warn against the spicy Udon Tani’s duck salad that is not for the faint of heart. Why go? We ask…why leave? This place has fabulous food that is tasty to the last bite.
Usha Foods specializes in delicious vegetarian Indian food unlike any you’ve ever tasted before. Nestled in Queens, the establishment offers quick in-and-out service but the delicacies taste like they took days to create. The combo platters give you a sample of most everything.
Alta is a hip Mexican restaurant that will taste your taste buds to a fiesta south of the border. Always delicious and always fresh, Alta has all the best in spiced-right food like Cosme and other healthy Mexican and Central American cuisine.
Ho Foods is a Thaiwanese restaurant where you can get a bowl worth its weight in gold. Delighting even the pickiest of eaters, this place has the recipe down to a fine art.
Don’t neglect to go to Pata Paplean if you want great Thai food. Boat noodles and bowls are among the many tasty specialties. You won’t leave hungry, that’s for sure.
The Golden Diner is…golden indeed! Located in Two Bridges, this restaurants features a new wave in classic New York dining with old favorites with new twists, like chicken katsu BLTs, yuba club sandwiches, and matcha crumb cake.
.When visiting the East Village, be sure to stop in at Punjabi Grocery and Deli. The menu is simple but the food is fantastic like the yellow dal, chat, and chana masala. It is vegetarian friendly if you happen to be into that.
Teranga is a West African restaurant in East Harlem that will have you begging for more. Fufu and jollof rice are some of the best items on the menu. Don’t miss out on this place. It’s one of the best kept secrets in the city.
Frenchette is a hotspot for celebs and everyday people alike. The superb French culinary experience is just like in the Old Country, according to the experts. From spaetzli to pork cheek goulash with celery, the faithful dishes never get old with the flair this place puts on them.
Cote is a buzzing spot for Korean food where atmosphere and fine food are everything. With tons of la carte options to choose from, no one is disappointed at this establishment. It’s located in Koreatown…of course. If you haven’t tried it…you simply must!
When dining in New York City, there are places you want to go…and places you must go. Make sure you include one or more of the excellent restaurants above to make sure your NYC experience is complete. Then, when you decide to call it a night, be sure to find a great hotel to ensure a good night sleep.