Whether you're entertaining clients or catching up with coworkers, here are 5 great Midtown West restaurants that New Yorkers and food critics love.
5 Midtown West Restaurants New Yorkers Love
1. DB Bistro ModerneLocated in the Theater District, Chef Daniel Boulud's DB Bistro Moderne serves modern French bistro classics along with market-driven and seasonally inspired French-American cuisine. Filling the wine cellar are regional French bottles, along with classics and a small collection of exceptional American vintages. Upstairs, the modern and sleek dining room is outfitted with a cocktail bar and classic bistro lighting.
At Kingside, Chef Marc Murphy crafts a New American menu inspired by his French and Italian roots. A selection of regional craft brews, small-batch spirits and liquors, and an ever-changing selection of classic, modern and market-driven cocktails are all served up at the bar, while the globally inspired wine program features a diverse selection of almost 100 bottles. Located inside Midtown's Viceroy Hotel, the airy, subway tile-lined space boasts leather banquettes, soaring ceilings and a stylish bar.
3. Quality Italian
The neighbor restaurant to ABC Cocina, ABC Kitchen is Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten's New American farm-fresh eatery, complete with a GMO-free menu and locally sourced ingredients. Frequently changing offerings are always free of preservatives and spotlight a vast array of fare. The commitment to sustainability is reflected in the minimal, bucolic-inspired space –– a dimly lit, romantic place to enjoy an imaginative cocktail or glass of wine.
4. Ma Peche
Located inside the Chambers Hotel in Midtown, Má Pêche is an Asian-influenced New American restaurant by Chef David Chang. The restaurant features menus for all three meals plus brunch, and a rotating selection of passed plates are offered tableside to accompany the chef's special dishes —all meant for sharing. The subterranean, large-scale space features Momofuku's characteristic understated atmosphere, composed of wood tables and splashes of wall art.
5. STK Midtown
STK Midtown is an offshoot of the downtown flagship location, bringing a fresh approach to a New York dining classic. A chic, energetic take on the traditional steakhouse, this popular spot features smart decor and a live DJ in its dining room and outdoor patio. The beverage program offers an array of wines and handcrafted cocktails.