Yes, the name of this restaurant sounds like a serial killer, but there are actually Zodiac Rooms in a dozen or so Neiman Marcus stores around the country. This is where you go before, after, or in the middle of a day of shopping, and it’s known for serving delicate little popovers with strawberry butter - you’ll get one when you sit down. It’s also one of the few restaurant spaces in Hudson Yards with a view of New York (and not the Vessel), and the dining rooms are nice enough to accommodate royalty. As long as you’re comfortable paying $38 for a (great) lobster club, you’ll probably like it here a lot.
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Wild Ink is an expensive, sceney spot in Hudson Yards that serves inventive Asian-inspired food.
Estiatorio Milos is a fancy Greek spot in Hudson Yards that works for corporate card meals when you don’t have a spending limit.
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Smith & Wollensky
Smith & Wollensky is a classic Midtown steakhouse that’s a good spot for a business meal at lunch or dinner.
The Meatball Shop
The are a bunch of Meatball Shops in the city, and they’re all good for a casual meal. As you probably guessed, you’ll be eating meatballs here.
If you want to take shots and eat overpriced food on the Lower East Side, try Vandal. It’s perfect for that.
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