Favorite Finds – Manhattan Restaurants
For high-end Korean Cuisine, walk to Kristalbelli, where marble-topped tables and fusion items like the Kimchi Fries make for a unique dining experience. The “Lunchboxes” are highly recommended for those who want a sampling platter.
To eat where the locals do, look no further than Barbes, a North African restaurant with a straightforward approach to food. The ambience is peaceful, and the flavorful Mediterranean dishes are excellent.
Try one of the hearty sandwiches from this eatery, founded by Andy Jacobi on the principle of sustainable food made with “happy animals.” The menu includes vegetarian options and breakfast sandwiches, and each creation is made with a unique combination of healthy ingredients.
This historic restaurant started as a gathering place for the theatrical elite in 1885. In the early 1900s, the restaurant offered a Pipe Club, which resulted in the impressive tobacco pipe display that can be seen on the walls. Though the steakhouse has changed hands over the years, it still serves some of the best mutton chops and steaks, and boasts one of most extensive selections of Scotch in the city.