There may be piles of snow outside, but inside these cozy NYC coffee shops you can keep warm with a hot beverage.
Proper West offers a cavernous space with room to dance, dim lighting and plenty to eat and drink.
Walking up Lexington Ave., my boyfriend and I stumbled upon Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, a fairly large upscale eatery.
A tapas bar with a Peruvian influence and a large craft beer selection, La Cerveceria stays deeply rooted in Latin-American culture.
Baseball fans enjoy steak and more at NYY Steak, the New York Yankees’ restaurant in Midtown Manhattan.
Since its inception in 1992, locals and visitors alike eagerly await NYC Restaurant Week—the nearly month-long opportunity to dine at some of the city’s most-talked-about eateries at a fraction of the cost.
The Midtown East restaurant effortlessly pairs comfort with elegance.
A burger joint at its core, the restaurant offers more than your run-of-the-mill patty, sandwiched between a basic bun.
Tired of Swiss Miss? Check out Head to Le Monde's special hot chocolate menu.
With French food like mussels, Fada brings a je ne sais quoi to Williamsburg.