57 "Business Meals" restaurants in New York.
Paloma at Hotel Hendricks serves Central and South American food in an attractive space near Bryant Park.
Quality Bistro is a big French spot in Midtown that’s a good place to impress clients or have dinner before a show.
Torishin is a yakitori spot in Hell’s Kitchen that serves a six-course omakase for $65.
Chikarashi Isso serves a diverse menu of Japanese dishes in a compact FiDi space that’s great for last-minute business dinners.
Edward’s is a steakhouse in Jersey City that’s best for martinis and oysters at the bar.
Battello is a big Italian-leaning spot on the waterfront in Jersey City with fantastic views of Manhattan.
Hutong is a gaudy Chinese spot in Midtown East where you can get some very good dim sum if you’re willing to spend a lot of money.
Cathedrale is an enormous, overpriced French restaurant from the people behind Tao - and, despite the sprawling space, it isn’t that fun.
Le Relais De Venise L’Entrecôte is a French restaurant in Midtown East where the only thing on the menu is very good steak frites.
Elio’s is an old-school Italian restaurant on the UES that’s great for a birthday party or a night of martinis and veal parm with a friend.
Canal Street Oysters is a big seafood spot on the Tribeca/Soho border that’s a good option for wine and oysters after work.
Old Homestead has been around since 1868, and this steakhouse on the Meatpacking/Chelsea border still serves some of the best steaks in the city.
Feroce is an Italian spot inside the Moxy Hotel on the Nomad/Chelsea border that’s works for an upscale dinner near Penn Station.