128 West 44th Street, New York, NY
local: (212) 764-6200
toll free: (800) 745-8883
Famous chef’s Geoffrey Zakarian and David Rabin put modern treatments on American classics. Classic bar and grill concepts are incorporated into The Lambs Club bar/restaurant. The classic lox & bagel is transformed using Max’s Smoked Salmon, New York style toasted bagel, red onion, cream cheese, capers and tomato. Going for $19, this smoked salmon breakfast treat will leave you full and happy.
310 West Broadway, NY, NY 10013
Late Service: 11pm-2am/2:30am depending on the weekend night.
Sunday Brunch items range anywhere from a $6 Sheep’s milk yogurt to a $20 Spicy Tuna Burger served with your choice of a green salad or french fries.
This grand hotel offers you the choice of whole wheat gluten free pasta. For $15 you can enjoy this hotel’s mac & cheese. Containing baked cavatappi pasta and black diamond cheddar cheese, this comfort dish can be gluten free!
The Katwalk offers bottle service, $3 shots, and snow crab cigars (offered on their special events menu). For Charity, Social, or Corporate events, Athlete and Celebrity appearances can be added for an additional fee.
2 West 35th Street, Fashion District
New York. NY 10001
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1576 3rd Ave.
New York, NY 10128
The Naked Lunch was invented by 3 brothers who had a vision of creating a provocative venue in a great neighborhood. Open 15 years, Naked Lunch serves “The Big Apple.” This drink is combined with Makers Mark, Sweet Vermouth, pomagranate molasses, cherry bitters and a sliced apple soaked in Makers Mark. Cheers!
Balthazar serves traditional bistro fare from breakfast through late-night supper. Opened by Keith McNally in the spring of 1997, Balthazar offers a French menu prepared by chefs de cuisine Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson.
Diners can also choose from an extensive wine list, a raw seafood bar, and breads and pastries from Balthazar bakery.
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80 Spring St.
New York, NY 10012
Warning: FAO Schwarz is not for the timid—or for the time-starved. Only shoppers with nerves of steel or bitter childhood memories will be able to zip and out in five minutes; for all the rest, it’s a place to linger, imagine, dream, and finger all the cool stuff on offer. read more…
767 Fifth Ave.