New York City Restaurants

  • Le Bernardin 51st bet. 6th & 7th NY, 212-489-1515. While eating here, you will encounter some of the best french cuisine in hte entire city, topped with impecable service. If you can afford to have eat here, the trip to this midtown restaurant is more than well worth it.
  • Oceana 55 E. 54th St. bet Madison & Park Aves. 212-759-5941 Here you will find some of the best seafood that the city has to offer. the price might be expensive but with it's excellent fish. Go for the new room upstairs, it has a nautical touch added to it.
  • Manhattan Ocean Club 57 W. 58th St. bet 5th & 6th Aves. 212-371-7777 With beautiful scenery and excellent food the general consensus is that this place is extraordinary. If you are in Midtown and looking for seafood this is the right place to go to. Your best bet is soft shell crab.
  • Elias Corner (Queens)24-02 31st St. 24th Ave. 718-932-1510. Right across the river located in Queens is an excellent seafood restaurant. Go with a large group it will make the experience even better. Go for the grilled fish or meat. You cannot leave without having dessert. Excellently priced.
  • SeaGrill Rockefeller Plaza, 19 W. 49th St. bet 5th & 6th Aves. 212-246-9201. Situated at Rockefeller Center you will encounter some refined cuisine. It migth be expensive but it has excellent service, and decor. it's good for special occasions.
  • Tropica MetLife Bldg. 200 Park Ave. 45th St. & Lexington Ave. 212-867-6767. Located in one of the most central locations in the entire city. Which is right next to Grand Central Terminal. Here you will encounter one of teh best American Regional restaurants the city has to offer. You will feel like you are in the Caribbean, de fi nately go for the fish.
  • Wilkinson's Sea Grill1573 York Ave. bet 83rd & 84th Sts. 212-535-5454. One of the better seafood houses in N.Y.C. It does not get caught up in any hype. If you eat here you have to have the fish. Expensive, but worth it.