Restaurants

38th Street Restaurant & Bakery

Diners pack this counter-service nook during lunch, when generous platters of duck, pork and chicken are served with fresh vegetables and rice and a wide array of steamed buns. B, L & D (M-Su). $

40 Carrots

Healthy, veggie-filled lunches, fresh juices and a variety of frozen yogurt flavors and toppings make this cafe on the seventh floor of Bloomingdale's a worthwhile pit stop for shoppers. B, L & D (daily). $$

44 & X

The Hell's Kitchen restaurant has a rotating seasonal menu of fresh salads, hearty entrees like grilled braised short ribs with basical mashed potatoes and black truffle port wine reduction as well as a variety of desserts. Cocktails are Broadway themed with current options including A "Wicked" Ozmopolitan made from Stoli vodka, green apple liqueuer and fresh pineapple juice. L (M-F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$

456 Shanghai Cuisine

A favorite among locals and tourists, 456 Shanghai is known for its steamed juicy pork buns, fried tiny buns and Chinese style steak. L & D (daily). $

5 Napkin Burger

Gourmet spins on American, Asian and Mexican cuisine including hamburger variations like ahi tuna, turkey with asiago and lamb kofta, plus other offerings like mac ‘n’ cheese, sushi rolls and teriyaki salmon. L & D (daily). $$

67 Burger

Build your own burger with choice of hamburger, turkey, chicken, veggie, and tofu patties, a long list of toppings, sauces and cheeses or order one of the 13 pre-designed options. Salads such as the house, goat cheese or greek provide a lighter alternative. 67 Burger also serves milkshakes, beershakes and ice cream floats as well as beer and wine. L & D (daily). $

886

This sleek, compact eatery offers a range of creative specialties from Taiwan, including drunken clam and thai basil stir fry, danzai mian (traditional pork and shrimp soup) and a range of small plates, including housemade sausages served atop steamed buns. D (Tu-Su).

983

Dubbed “Bushwick’s Living Room,” this homey joint serves up breakfast all day, sandwiches like philly cheese steak (or their veggie alternative made from portobello), burgers, salads, main dishes such as meat loaf and buttermilk fried chicken and starters like chips and guac and tater tots. For weekends, there's also a seperate brunch menu. The impressive drink menu includes unique and classic cocktails, alcohol-infused milkshakes, wine, beer and (non-alcoholic) root beer floats. M-Su 10 am-2 am. $

A La Turka Sultan

A full range of Mediterranean fare for both vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Exposed brick, a wood paneled bar and large windows overlooking Second Ave. and E. 74th St. make A La Turka Sultan a prime spot for a full meal or just a glass of wine. L & D (daily). $$

A Salt & Battery

This traditional fish-and-chips spot serves the English classic, as well as chicken, sausage, mushy peas and deep fried desserts. L & D (daily). $

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