Roast Beef: Rare, medium, or well-done with the option of cheese and onions. Ordered rare, the roast beef is pleasingly pink and smothered with plenty of caramelized onions and drippy Cheez Whiz. Read more.
A typical weekend brunch here sees the kitchen going through 1,800 eggs, 100 pounds of cheddar, 50 pounds of grits and 20 pounds of oats. Read more.
Make a landing on this kitschy Midtown spot for one of NYC’s cheapest happy hour deals. Wednesday – Friday, 5 – 7pm. Try a Marstini for <$6. Read more.
Big appetite for lunch? Go here for large, affordable servings of hearty comfort food. Rotisserie chicken, 2 sides, soup & bread for <$8. Read more.
Lunch is served on the patio of the 1930s stone cottage just downwind from the Cloisters. Ricotta ravioli features basil grown on the patio, while burgers can come with house-smoked bacon and cheeses. Read more.
Popular brunch options include the biscuits Benedict with house-smoked ham and poached eggs; buttermilk pancakes with marmalade and pecan butter; and the poached eggs with bacon cheddar grits. Read more.
Try the exceptional Black Angus burger, ground daily, with a satisfying crust from the grill that gives way to a gorgeously pink interior that coats the mouth like steak tartare. Read more.
Stunning design, view of central park/columbus circle and the food!!! The tuscan soup and salmon are excellent - and I loathe salmon. Simply delish for lunch and dinner in midtown where options are li Read more.
Patrons tend to start out with a plate of slender, sugar-crusted churros with melted dunking chocolate ($10), but diners might do just as well splitting the brioche French toast ($12). Read more.
Try one of the many chili's available including lamb, poultry and vegan. They make chili dogs, chili mac & cheese, chili burritos and more. This spot has everything you want if you want chili. Read more.