The menu of unique Italian cuisine features Bellini's brick oven pizza, including the "Bellini" with caramelized peach slices, bacon, ricotta cheese and onion confit. L & D (daily). $$


The traditional fare of Northern Italy—rigatoni with bacon and onions, spicy shrimp, chicken marsala, veal with lemon and wine sauce—can be sampled here. L (M-F), D (nightly). $$$

Bello Giardino

Nicky's famous meatballs (named "Best Meatballs in the Boroughs" in 2009) are just one standout on this traditional Italian menu. L (T-Su), D (nightly). $$


This warm, white-walled, minimalist space in the heart of Long Island City's bustling culinary district serves elegant American dishes such as braised Colorado lamb neck and seared local tuna, and incorporates locally-sourced, market vegetables throughout its menu. D (Tu-Sa). 


An all-bacon omakase menu begins with a slice of thick candied bacon served on top of kimchi butter and soft white bread, and concludes with a housemade doughnut served with kimchi and bacon-flavored whipped cream. In between, try the bacon schnitzel and glazed bacon steak. L & D (M-Sa). $$$

Ben & Jack's Steakhouse

Creamed spinach, mashed potatoes and steamed asparagus are sides to a veal chop and grilled Norwegian salmon at this contemporary chophouse. L & D (daily). $$$

Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant

This Art Deco-themed deli serves up pastrami, corned beef, potted meatballs, stuffed cabbage, knishes, latkes and other kosher treats. B, L & D (daily). $$


Skilled chefs prepare steak, chicken, seafood and vegetables in traditional Japanese style on a hibachi table. L & D (daily). $$

Benjamin Steakhouse

Cuts of USDA prime steak are dry-aged on the premises at this classic chophouse with a rich clubby ambience. B, L & D (daily). $$$

Benjamin Steakhouse Prime

Sister restaurant of Benjamin Steakhouse, this Midtowner serves up USDA prime steaks, seafood and more from the grill.

L (M-F), D (M-Sa). 


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