Restaurants

The Smile

This restaurant doubles as a general store, where home cooking, such as sliced hanger steak with fresh herbs and scallion sauce, and home goods are sold side-by-side. B, L & D (daily).

The Smith

Menu offerings at this spacious, popular restaurant include pumpkin salad with blue cheese, goat cheese ravioli with spinach pesto and grilled shrimp with spicy grits. B, L & D (daily), Brunch (Sun).

The Sosta

This fast-casual, authentic eatery serves a variety of pastas housemade daily, alongside a menu of panini and housemade spreads, including pancetta onion jam, truffle Gorgonzola and eggplant caponata. Wine is served from the tap, is by the glass or carafe. L & D (daily), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$

The Spotted Pig

April Bloomfield’s homey pub is known for its grilled beef tongue with duck fat potatoes, pork belly with barley risotto shepherd’s pie and char-grilled burgers. L (Mon-Fri), D (nightly), Brunch (Sat & Sun).

The Standard Grill

This bustling and celebrity-attracting bistro, located under The High Line, stays open for 20 hours a day and serves a wide range of menu offerings, from east and west coast oysters and royal sterling caviar from the raw bar, to Burgundy snails and hand-rolled garganelli with short rib ragu for dinner. B, L & D (daily), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$

The Strand American Bistro

Executive Chef Kelvin Fernandez weaves contemporary touches into classic dishes, such as seared diver scallops with sweet corn and truffle jus and Moroccan-spiced rack of lamb with mint-scented bean ragù. L (Mon-Fri), D (nightly).

The Tangled Vine

With communal tables and rustic décor, this candlelit wine bar’s organic, biodynamic and sustainable vinos complement Executive Chef Michael Kravetz's market-driven menu. D (nightly). $$

The Ten Bells

This wine and tapas bar offers $1 oysters and $15 carafes of wine every day until 7 pm, and has a 23-page wine list, offering more than 20 wines by the glass or carafe. An expansive food menu features a wide range of options, from bresaola carpaccio to foie gras terrine to spicy baby eel with arugula. D (nightly), L (Sa & Su). $$

The View

The View is New York’s only revolving rooftop restaurant, serving New York state-centered cuisine on the 47th floor. D (nightly), Brunch (Sun).

The Warren

In this candlelit restaurant with a brick-walled bar, popular starters include East and West Coast oysters as well as entrées such as steelhead salmon and spring lamb with artichokes, spring onion, nettle soubise (sauce made with slow-cooked nettle leaf and onion) and black trumpet mushroom sauce. In addition, the restaurant offers a rotating wine list and specialty cocktails from top-notch bartenders. D (nightly), Brunch (Su). $$$ 

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