Published on March 1, 2016

5 Flatiron District Restaurants New Yorkers Love

Here's a list of the best Flatiron District restaurants to try out this week. Whether you're entertaining clients or friends from out of town, these spots boast celebrated kitchens that are sure to impress.

5 Flatiron District Restaurants New Yorkers Love

1. Almond (Flatiron)Almond (Flatiron)Almond is a rustic bistro offering French comfort food, raw bar selections and a popular brunch menu. The restaurant's red accents, wood-paneled ceiling and whitewashed brick walls create a relaxed, chic vibe. Approachable French wines, classic cocktails and local microbrews are available.

2. Cosme

CosmeInside a chic, softly lit space, Chef Enrique Olvera and his team craft modern dishes rooted in Mexican flavors and traditions that also celebrate local and seasonal ingredients from the Hudson Valley. Cosme's beverage program features a large selection of mezcals, tequilas and artisanal spirits, with bold cocktails mirroring the innovative cuisine.

Cosme accepts reservations only for their hightop communal tables which have barstool-type seating.

3. L&W Oyster Co.

L&W Oyster Co.L&W Oyster Co. fuses the best elements of a New England clam shack with a classic New York oyster bar, dishing out delightful raw and cooked seafood dishes. The restaurant's steel chairs, chic light fixtures and red accents add to the bustling, seaside vibe. A thoughtful list of wines, beers on tap and sake complement the fresh fare.

4. Maysville

MaysvilleNamed after the birthplace of bourbon, Maysville dishes out Southern-inspired fare paired with an extensive whiskey selection offered by the taste or the glass. The chic restaurant boasts generous light through its beautiful glass windows, a chic ceiling installation and a bustling scene at its marble, L-shaped bar.

5. o ya

o yaO ya is a contemporary Japanese restaurant that offers 18- and 24-course omakase tasting menus, as well as an a la carte menu featuring sushi, sashimi and various cooked items by James Beard Award Winning chef Tim Cushman. Located inside the newly renovated Park South Hotel, the chic spot features exposed-brick walls, cedar wood-lined decor and a long sushi bar to watch the live action. A thoughtful selection of sakes and wines by the glass, in addition to pairings, are available., exceprt: Here's a list of the best Flatiron District restaurants to try out this week. Whether you're entertaining clients or friends from out of town, these spots boast celebrated kitchens that are sure to impress.

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