A forum for Lincoln Center's performing arts culture for nearly 30 years, Cafe Fiorello features a sprawling bar filled with more than 50 kinds of ... More
A forum for Lincoln Center's performing arts culture for nearly 30 years, Cafe Fiorello features a sprawling bar filled with more than 50 kinds of antipasti. Finished in warm wood, brass and mirrors, the main dining room suggests a timeless charm. In addition to the hot and cold antipasto specialties of vegetables and seafood, the menu features updated Italian classics and specialty dishes, as well as a selection of seafood, steak, veal & pasta.
Despite not being known for its food, this East Village restaurant and bar has been a neighborhood favorite for over
20 years. Stained glass windows collected from churches around the world line the walls in the cozy indoor seating ...
This Midtown cafe exudes Southwestern attitude, and the lines for Sunday brunch make it obvious this is one of the
more popular eateries in the area. The walls are decorated with steer horns and highway murals. The food is ...
Situated on a barge beside the Brooklyn Bridge, this superb, elegant restaurant is where old money New Yorkers and people
who want to impress their dates gather for special occasions. It is incredibly romantic, with a spectacular view of ...