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.
This is one of my favorite restaurants in NY. The food and service has always been excellent, and they're great about getting you out in time if you are going to the theater. Many places in NY are too pretentious and charge a fortune, and you don't feel like you really enjoyed yourself for the amount of money you spent. Not so with this place. My girlfriend and I can eat very nicely for about $80 all included, and I always feel like it was worth every penny. Be sure to try the open-face lasagne and the chocolate mousse. And during the summer, there's a nice area to sit outside.
This dependable French bistro and cafe is always open, making it a perfect spot to wind up a long evening
on the town. The fascinating interior has loads of character, with mixed dining sets and thrift store decorations. The ...
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 ...
The Rubin Museum of Art (RMA) is a popular destination for locals and visitors to New York City. To accommodate
the many patrons, the Ruben has a very convenient Cafe. The Cafe is a nice spot to stop by ...