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507 Ninth Avenue (Corner of West 38th Street)
(212) 244 0088
The lush aromas of the kitchen swirl into the dining room as a culinary tale from Italy.
ll Punto Ristorante is just great for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. You get authentic homemade
pasta and desserts. An exquisite and broad wine collection from all regions of Italy in a casual, elegant,
Italian-style atmosphere. Try the popular Timballo. IlPunto serves authentic cuisine from Florence, Napoli,
Milano, Roma, Puglia and more.An escape to Italy in Midtown Manhattan.

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Trump Hotel Centra; Park
1 Central Park West
(212) 299 3900 / 

Jean-Georges opened in 1997 to critical acclaim. The jewel of Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s empire, the restaurant
offers the very best in fine dining. Consistently awarded four stars by the New York Times and three Michelin stars,
Jean-Georges presents exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. The local farmer’s market
is the driving force behind the seasonal, ever-changing menu. Chef Jean-Georges is a master at maintaining the essence of
ingredients while using them inventively to produce the best flavor. Jean-Georges’ chic and intimate dining room was redesigned
by Thomas Juul-Hansen, with striking lighting by L’Observatoire. Impeccable service, tableside preparations, and floor-to-ceiling
windows with stunning views of Central Park and Columbus Circle all contribute to an unforgettable dining experience.
Jean-Georges offers a three-course prix-fixe menu and two six-course tasting menus: a traditional tasting of the chef’s signature
dishes, and a seasonal tasting featuring fresh market ingredients. The prix-fixe and tasting menus are available Monday through
Sunday for dinner. The restaurant also offers a two-course lunch menu for a terrific value. Gentleman are required to wear a jacket.
No jeans, sweatshirts or sneakers allowed. Tie is not required.

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326 West 46th Street (Restaurtant Row)
(212) 581 6464 /

A Restaurant Row landmark since it opened in 1965, Joe Allen still attracts the same theatre
clientele that put it on the map. Original owner, Joe Allen, often extended a good line of credit
to money-cramped actors. The level of the casual haunt grew in popularity and clientele. Today,
the likes of Chita Rivera, Rosie O'Donnell, Jimmy Fallon, and their like devour grilled chicken
sandwiches smoothered in Cajun mayonnaise, grilled onions on ciabatta bread, and other
regulars. Al Pacino, digs the endive and watercress salad with Roquefort and walnut
dressing. Pre-theater masses tend are usually tourists. Show biz gypsies are still
a staple. But Joe Allen is most famous for its grilled burgers.

JoJo Restaurant

160 East 64th Street (Between Lexinton & Thrid Avenues)
(212) 223 5656 /

JoJo offers relaxed yet elegant dining on two floors of a quaint, turn-of-the-century brownstone on the Upper East Side.
The first of Jean-Georges’ restaurants in New York City, this neighborhood gem opened in 1991 to rave reviews.
It was voted best new restaurant of the year by Esquire magazine and has retained its three-star status from
the New York Times for 21 years.

Regarding the name, JoJo was Chef Jean-Georges’ nickname as a young boy. Jojo is a hospitable setting for a casual
dinner, special occasion, or private party. Guests can feel comfortable in jeans or in evening attire. The contemporary
French menu still features some well-loved original dishes, including the Warm Valrhona Chocolate Cake. 

La Grenoulle interior

3 East 52nd Street (Between 5th And Madison Avenues)
(212) 752 1495 /

 Remaining the best, classic French restaurant in New York, by some accounts, the USA, this
grandiose decor sets the perfect backdrop for their famed and stunning floral arrangements.
Gone are
Lutece, La Cote Basque, and La Caravelle, it's comforting that La Grenouille thrives. Owner Charles Masson's
youthful makeover leaves the once awkwardly odd Frog Pond less formidible. Floral exuberance still explodes
everywhere here, and, the incomparable menu blending the classic and new, is now translated into English.

La Rivista Ristorante

313 West 46th Street - On Restaurant Row
(212) 245-1707 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Excellent Itralian menu! Open for lunch and dinner Monday thru Saturday, Sunday for dinner.
Prix- fixed menu available for lunch. Check out great menu treats that include delicacies like: Ravioli
alla Salivia (goat cheese ravioli with cream and sage,) Garganelli Araganelli alla Romana (gargenelli
with prosciutto, cream and peas,) Timballo di zitti con Melanzane (penne with eggplant in a dome
of zuchinni,) Penne All'Ortlana (penne with brocolli, eggplant, zuchinni and muhrooms and Risotto
ai Porcini (italian arborio with wild porcini mushrooms. ) And, they serve meatballs and spaghetti too.
If you like quality Italian food, you'll be hooked!

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361 West 46th Street (*Restaurant Row - Between 8th & 9th Avenues)
Tel: (212) 315 0980 /

Inviting candlelight draws you in… a soft aria graces your ear… and tantalizing aromas. Here is a haven from the
city that transports you to the essence of Rome and the Italian lifestyle. At Lattanzi, they pride themselves on being
New York’s outstanding home for classic Italian and Roman-Jewish cuisine, offering dishes only found in Rome’s ancient
Jewish quarter.You’ll find hospitality that is elegant and welcoming, authentic Roman flavors rare in Italian restaurant food,
and a chic urban sophistication for New York dining. Over some twenty-seven years of serving New Yorkers in the same
location, in the famed Restaurant Row on West 46th Street close to New York theaters. Excellent food here.

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155 West 51st Street (near 7th Avenue)
(212) 554 1515 

The tour de force behind this 4-star beauty is the renowned Eric Ripert. He famoulsy makes the elegant simple.
The scene is power. This is serious elegance with all the accoutremonts one expects at such a grande kitchen.

Like the old Le Bernardin, the new one tends to feel more like a business club at lunchtime, when the corporate suits
flood in, and no matter what time of day you drop by, the curb outside is lined with an impressive array of gently idling
fat-cat limousines. Once you get used to the Green Hornet outfits, the service is as immaculate as ever, and there are
still four sommeliers on the floor to help customers navigate what is arguably the most refined collection of white wines
on the planet ...the best way to end your meal is with the slim, candy-bar-size crémeux made with wickedly dark
Dominican chocolate. But given the dizzying pace of events at this grand old restaurant, that, too, should change.
- NY Magazine

Le Cirque

One Beacon Court
151 East 58th Street (Bloomberg Bldg.)
(212) 397 7597 //

For over 38 years, Le Cirque has offered an unparalleled dining experience earning its place on New York’s
legendary landscape. Famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni and family welcome you to Le Cirque’s latest
location on East 58th Street in the trendy Bloomberg building. Here guests can enjoy a modern, circus themed
dining room, where the food is as exciting to the palate as it is a feast to the eyes. And the celebrities keep pouring in.
Le Cirque also offers a more casual café featuring a seasonal prix fixe menu and outstanding wines offered by the glass. 

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405 East 52nd Street (
(212) 755 6244 /

Fresh roses on every table.
Richard Nixon dined here often. A photo of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
under the awning in 1964 put Le Périgord on the map. When Georges Briguet
bought the restaurant, he made sure not to change its name. Cuisine is classic
French: Most dishes served with rich, velvety sauces.Suggestions:Vegetable tart
in butter sauce to start.The cold salad bar with celery root remoulade and a selection
of seafood. Menu includes favorites like asparagus with vinaigrette, Dover Sole and
roasted duck Try the Grand Marnier soufflé for dessert. Voila!  

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590 Lexington Avenue (Between E,51 & E.52 Streets) 
(212) 758 3989 // 

Populat midtown brasserie with a menu that focuses a lot of steak frites - and all things inviting. Following a classic
French formula, it's allsimple and delicious.

From New York Magazine... By New York’s elevated beefeater standards, the various meat selections at L’Entrecôte (the approximate French term for “rib eye”) are skimpily sized. But none of this matters very much once you start spooning the sacred house “secret sauce” on your matchbox-size piece of beef and piling it with drifts of the salty, pleasingly crinkly house frites. The recipe for L’Entrecôte’s butter-and-cream-based sauce is closely guarded (the key, according to Le Monde, is an infusion of chicken-liver essence), and it has the ruinously addictive powers of crack cocaine. Non-addicts might notice that their salad is scraggly, that the cheese plate appears to have been bought at the Food Emporium, and that the bread brought to the table by their un-French waitress is dry. But hopeless junkies (like me) won’t care. The dizzying infusion of fatty richness makes dessert superfluous. And at $26.95 for a steak, salad, and all the fries and sauce you can eat, the fix is relatively cheap. — Adam Platt

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