Best Places to eat out or Dine in in New York City
Best Places to eat out or Dine in in New York City

Havana Central Times Square

Leading Cuban & Latin restaurant in the heart of Times Square. Escape to the golden era of Havana, Cuba and enjoy a vacation complete with flavorful specialty drinks, classic Cuban dishes, circa 1950s decor, a festive live band, and a feeling that you’re part of our family.

Olio e Piu

Inspired by the warmth and comfort of the Tuscan countryside, Olio e Piú and Chef Dominick Pepe bring tradition and authentic Italian cuisine to the West Village. Enjoy fresh, house-made pasta dressed with the highest quality ingredients, like whole Branzino and Steak Fiorentina and a hand-selected collection of excellent wines and cocktails to pair with your dish. 

Piccola Cucina

Piccolo Cucina is a small neighborhood Italian restaurant. The food is tasty, the portions substantial and the ambiance is cozy. Another plus, it is not too noisy!

Boucherie West Village

BOUCHERIE is a traditional FRENCH brasserie and steakhouse, celebrating Joie de Vivre in the heart of West Village. Chef de Cuisine prepares a menu of French classics and timeless bistro favorites, DRY-AGED STEAKS from the wood-fired grill. An absinthe-inspired bar offers classic drinks, signature cocktails, and craft beers.

Tree bistro

The tree serves thoughtfully prepared bistro fare in a casual friendly atmosphere, from small plate charcuterie delights to delectable standards like steamed PEI mussels or steak fries with parmesan truffle fries, along with a full and eclectic seasonal menu. A well-rounded wine list, draft, and bottled beers, cheese plates and great desserts are also available.

Spice Symphony

A place that serves awesome Indi-Chinese – chili chicken, chicken Hakka noodles. 
The service is great. The traditional Indian food such as mutton biryani and desserts such as gajar ka halwa and Gulab Jaman are absolutely delightful and highly recommended.’


This place is a bit expensive but worthy. The most famous dished such as Poularde has the perfect artistic presentation.
Some other famous dishes include Seared Tuna and the Lamb Chop, which was delightful.

 Petite Boucherie 

This historic corner restaurant serves French classics paired with curated wine offerings, and it is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch. Petite Boucherie is inspired by the elegance of Parisian Belle Époque, and with a hand-crafted menu of timeless​ dishes, the intimate bistro serves as a community hub for engaging conversation. ​

K Rico steakhouse

The restaurant serves up delicious American cuisine extolling a “farm to table” sensibility. The elegantly appointed restaurant boasts a dining room, outdoor patio garden and sidewalk seating in the springtime. A feature of the kitchen is the authentic “plancha” grill that will cook the wealth of fine steaks offered.

 San Carlo Osteria Piemonte

Restaurant “SAN CARLO Osteria Piemonte” is one of the few references throughout New York of Piedmont cuisine and North Italy. The land in Northern Italy is very rich in tastes and flavors to be discovered. There are such delicacies as the white truffle of Alba (Cuneo), Barolo (Cuneo) true Piedmont fassona beef, besides, of course, a world of exceptional seasonal vegetables.