23 "Murray Hill" Restaurants in New York.
Universally appealing, consistently excellent, and one of our favorite places in all of NYC.
Kajitsu in Murray Hill is such a special place that it deserves to be part of the conversation when it comes to essential New York restaurants.
A conveniently located restaurant in Midtown that’s more than just convenient. The food and service at Covina are great.
A long time Infatuation favorite. Blue Smoke is still serving some of the best BBQ you can find in NYC.
No, The Cannibal doesn’t serve human, but they do serve all kinds of other delicious mammal parts, along with a mind-boggling selection of beers. Their menu is not only delicious but refined, leavi...
Sticky's Finger Joint now has a location on 33rd and 3rd Avenue, and as far as we can tell, that's pretty much the restaurant equivalent of an putting an ATM in a strip club. There's no chance it d...
When the original 2nd Ave Deli closed, lots of New Yorkers channeled some nostalgic rage. At the new Murray Hill location, the old school charm may be gone, but the matzoh ball soup and pastrami sa...
O Ya is easily some of the best sushi in NYC, but it's missing that special something.
Pizza in a sterile Flatiron District hotel lobby just doesn’t feel like the Danny Meyer hospitality experience we’ve grown accustomed to.
A comfortable little establishment on a quiet stretch of Lexington Ave, devoid of the typical Murray LCD TVs with a country house feel. Great for brunch and sandwiches.
Sometimes, food can only be as good as the environment you eat it in, and we’re taking off major points for the overall dining experience at Salvation Taco.
Docks serves a purpose for the average Grand Central commuter who isn’t baller enough to get into Cipriani, but still wants to spend big money on mediocre food.
Barbounia is definitely not our jam. It’s way too expensive for what they’re serving, and the grandiose and gaudy decor makes it feel like some sort of vaguely Mediterranean performance hall. Like ...