552 "Big Groups" restaurants in New York.
Urubamba is a Peruvian spot in Jackson Heights that’s a great option for casual dates or group dinners.
Favela Grill is a Brazilian spot in Astoria that’s a good option for group dinners, especially on weekends when there’s live music.
If you’re looking for Taiwanese food in Elmhurst, check out Taiwanese Specialties. It’s great for groups, and they serve some very good fly’s head.
Anassa Taverna is a big Greek restaurant that’s useful for a last-minute dinner in the East 60s.
Ten Hope is a Mediterranean spot in Williamsburg with a massive, dog-friendly backyard that’s great for drinks and snacks.
Bolero is a Vietnamese spot in Williamsburg where you should go with a group, or order the $55 tasting menu at the chef’s counter.
Rule of Thirds is an enormous Japanese spot in Greenpoint, and it’s a great place to eat izakaya-style food and drink sake with a group.
Haswell Greens is a huge live music bar in the Theater District that’s a good spot to get a cocktail if you still have energy after seeing a show.
If you’re in a rush to eat in the Theater District, getting Indian food at Utsav is a great option.
Donburiya is a fun Japanese izakaya in the Theater District that specializes in inexpensive donburi bowls and facilitating rowdy group meals.
American Bar is an attractive West Village restaurant with a huge menu of things like steak, caesar salad, and chips with a side of caviar.
Quality Bistro is a big French spot in Midtown that’s a good place to impress clients or have dinner before a show.
Rossopomodoro isn’t the best Italian restaurant in the West Village, and it isn’t the second or third-best either. But it’s still a useful place.
Alphabet City Beer Co. looks like a general store you’d find upstate, but it’s actually an East Village bar with armchairs and lots of craft beer.