You'll pass through Union Square at some point this week, and you might as well eat something good while you're there.
Written byTeam Infatuation
At Comodo in Flatiron, you'll find things like pasta and roast chicken prepared with a variety of Latin components.
Written byKenny Yang
A conveniently located restaurant in Midtown that’s more than just convenient. The food and service at Covina are great.
Written byHillary Reinsberg
O Ya is easily some of the best sushi in NYC, but it's missing that special something.
Written byAndrew Steinthal
Some say that Javelina is the first true arrival of Tex-Mex in New York City. We're not that excitable.
Written byChris Stang
Upland used to be one of our favorite spots in the city, but now it’s mostly just a useful place to have a solid meal in Flatiron.
Written byBryan Kim
This Gramercy Park Roman Italian restaurant is an excellent place for date night, brunch, or just went you want a great bowl of pasta.
Written byCarlo Mantuano
Bar Jamón is basically Casa Mono's waiting room. However, for that First/Early in the Game Date, where dinner feels too formal but you are also starving, Bar Jamón was designed for you.
A 24 hour French cafe that is good for everything from casual dinner with friends, to business lunch, to going face down in a burger at 3am.
Over a century of Big Apple history lies within these walls, as does a pretty excellent burger. Come have a beer and pretend your horse is outside.
Fancy though it may be, Eleven Madison Park is surprisingly lively. But make no mistake, this is fine dining at its most serious.
If you live in the neighborhood, Novita is a nice local hang with great service and reasonable food; we just wouldn't recommend going out of your way for it.
Casa Mono serves great tapas in a tiny space in Gramercy.
Hawksmoor on Park Avenue and 22nd Street is a London steakhouse with an upscale take on traditional British food.
Written byNeha Talreja
Milu is a fast-casual restaurant in Gramercy, but the Chinese food here is much better than what’s normally served at bowl-and-grain-plate spots.
Written byHannah Albertine
Caffè Panna is an Italian ice cream spot in Gramercy that makes some of the best dessert in the city.
Rolf’s serves a full menu of heavy German food, but it’s best known for its elaborate, year-round holiday decorations.
Written byMatt Tervooren
At this Eastern European restaurant in Gramercy, the dining room is far more impressive than the food.
Triona’s is a sports bar in Gramercy that is usually pretty low-key, except when Michigan or a team from Chicago is playing.
Headless Horseman has a good beer selection and popular Happy Hour right by Union Square.