NYC Restaurants, Dining in New York City

Dining Out is a Top Thing to do in NY – During Your Next Stay at Park Lane Hotel - A New York City Hotel Try These Top New Restaurants in NYC

Our New York City Hotel is located near some of the very best Restaurants in NYC. With so many eateries within such a short distance it is easy to understand why eating out is such a popular Thing to do in New York. The year 2013 brought many new eateries to NYC, and here are some of the very best.  

Date Published: 
January 24th, 2014
Cindy L. Smith
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With about 30,000 Restaurants in NYC, finding a bite to eat is never a problem. Whether you want a fabulous meal at a Michelin-rated Restaurant or a quick bite at a corner café, delicious food is, literally, right around every corner. The year 2013 brought some wonderful new Restaurants to the city. Here are eight of the best new Restaurants in NYC.

Sushi Nakazawa
Where: 23 Commerce Street New York, NY 10014
Call: 212-924-2212
Local New Yorker and Restaurateur Allesandro Borgognone watched a film called Jiro Dreams of Sushi.  With a nerve that only a New Yorker could muster, Borgognone decided that he wanted to lure the apprentice featured in the movie, Daisuke Nakazawa, away from Japan to New York. He did just that and this wonderful sushi spot was born. All of the menu items are prepared and served with precision, and the experience of eating here is unforgettable.

Uncle Boons
Where: 7 Spring Street New York, NY 10012
Call: 646-370-6650
Thai food is hot right now, and chefs Ann Redding and Matt Danzer put their own spin on traditional dishes creating delectable offerings that you won’t find anywhere else.

Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque
Where: 103 Second Avenue New York, NY 10003
Call: 212-677-3733
Texans may roll their eyes when they read about this top new Restaurant in NYC, but the truth is that really amazing barbeque CAN be found in New York City, and Mighty Quinn’s is proof of that. They choose only the best quality meats and cook them low and slow in a wood oven. Try the burnt ends and a delicious side such as one surprising offering: edamame and sweet pea salad.

Where: 47 East Houston New York, NY 10012
Call: 212-219-7693
This new NYC eatery presents food that is interesting, yet still simple. The presentation is gorgeous on every single dish, and they offer both raw and cooked entrees. Popular menu items include razor clams with horseradish or the ricotta dumplings with pecorino and mushrooms.

Pearl & Ash
Where: 220 Bowery Street New York, NY 10012
Call: 212-837-2370
Pearl & Ash is more wine bar than Restaurant, but they do serve delicious fish and meat dishes. But the wine is the star of the show. With a seemingly endless list of offerings of carefully curated wines from around the world, this is a must-try for any serious oenophile.

Where: 181 Thompson Street New York, NY 10012
Call: 212-254-3000
Some raise their eyebrows when the see the prices on the Italian dishes served at this Restaurant in NYC, but then they try it. And then they come back again and again. The ingredients are carefully selected and only the very best will do. Try the Lobster Fra Diavolo (and don’t be afraid when you see how huge this thing is. You can do it.), the Chicken Scarpariello or the Cherry Pepper Ribs. You’ll want to make reservations well in advance as they are often booked a month ahead.

Where: 46-63 Metropolitan Avenue New York, NY 11385
Call: 718-386-4282
This Vietnamese delight is casual and quirky. Need some water? Get it yourself. Look up while feasting on your Coconut Braised Duroc Ribs, and you’ll see little green army men waging battle on the shelf over your head. This top new Restaurant in NYC offers delicious food with a little dose of fun.

Little Prince
Where: 199 Prince Street New York, NY 1002
Call: 212-335-0566
Little Prince is a French Bistro that offers traditional favorites that are perfectly prepared and beautifully presented. Popular menu options include the Bistro Chicken, Steak au Poivre and an unexpected but absolutely amazing French Onion Soup Burger.

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