27 "Midtown West" Restaurants in New York.
Hidden behind red velvet curtains inside Midtown's Le Parker Meridien hotel, this staged hole in the wall with eternal lines has NYC's best burger.
Time after time, Per Se proves to be one of New York's most iconic and impressive restaurants. However, it has some serious service issues we'd like to address.
Restaurant rotisserie chicken that we don't mind paying up for? It exists, in Hell's Kitchen of all places. Get Poulette in your Midtown lunch rotation.
Toloache ain’t cheap, but in an area where dropping dollars on grub is a given, it’s a breath of fresh air when the food is legitimately awesome.
Five years after it opened, the original location of Totto Ramen is still packed pretty much all of the time. That's because it's still awesome.
A Midtown West/Times Square location of this classic New York sushi restaurant. Sushi of Gari is a solid option for the area.
Radiance Tea House is a great little place to get some grub, drink a pot of tea, and maybe peruse a text about Buddhism. We find ourselves in here from time to time to do exactly that – except for ...
Yes, that's the real name of this restaurant, which is impressive. The ramen? Not so impressive. But there are other things to love at this noodle spot in Hell's Kitchen.
There are plenty of spots to grab amazing ramen in New York. While Tabata isn’t the best, it’s a great Midtown option. Tabata is nothing fancy, just a straight up soup shop without any bells and wh...
Tequila Park is definitely a useful option to have in the tool belt, as long as you’re aware of what you’re getting in to. As long as you can overlook the Columbus Circle hotel crowd and the high p...
Don Antonio is a place that offers more pizza varieties than you could ever want on one menu, and does so in what has to be the least appealing place to eat pizza imaginable.
Everything at Kingside is overpriced and underwhelming. Spare yourself and only go if you feel like checking out the beehive of glammed-up female and single rich dude activity.
Sake Bar Hagi 46 is a casual Japanese restaurant in Midtown that’s great for a meal before or after a Broadway show.
Hudson’s is a boat and restaurant docked by the Lincoln Tunnel that does a two-hour cruise and feels like a giant floating prom venue.