32 "Celebrity Sightings" restaurants in New York.
The Tribeca restaurant is less of the celebrity scene it once was, but still makes very good Italian food.
Does La Esquina have the best Mexican food in NYC? No. But it is in a secret basement in Nolita, and it’s worth a trip for the experience.
Bar Centrale is inside a Midtown West brownstone, and it’s good for both pre-theater cocktails and Broadway celeb sightings.
The Grill is the revamp of the legendary Four Seasons restaurant, run by the people behind Carbone. It’s very similar, very expensive, and worth it.
Scalinatella doesn’t serve the best Italian on the Upper East Side, but it’s a good spot for an old-school experience.
Before you start eating at all the trendy new spots in Harlem, filling your belly with soul food at Sylvia’s needs to happen first.
Il Buco is still one of the most special restaurants we’ve got in NYC, and we’d like to remind you of that.
EN Japanese Brasserie is as useful for a big group dinner in a private room as it is for first date romance. Just ask all the celebrities that are regulars.
Minetta Tavern in Greenwich Village is home to some of the best steaks, chops, burgers, and overall feel good vibes that New York City has to offer.
There were exactly zero restaurants we enjoy hanging out in Meatpacking until Santina arrived. Now there’s one.
An East Village steakhouse that doesn’t really feel like a steakhouse. And that’s a good thing.
After five years in business, ABC Kitchen is still pretty. But after a recent change in chef, the food is just pretty good.
Marc Forgione is a good choice when you need a non-stuffy special occasion spot.
Looking for the perfect downtown sushi spot to take people when you’re not the one paying the bill? Blue Ribbon is your joint.