The holiday season is loaded with traditions—whether that means visiting the shiny Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, going broke on bespoke gifts at a holiday market in NYC, or gathering ’round the family table for a home-cooked meal. But those looking for hassle-free dining in NYC can save time cooking and cleaning by dining out at one of the city’s best eateries.You can check our selection of best restaurants in New York this Christmas season.
Laurent Tourondel’s Italian-influenced American restaurant has a menu that includes market-driven salads, fresh pastas, thin-crust pizzas, and rustic meat dishes.
At the new Vegan Restaurants NYC, chef Andrew D’Ambrosi is serving a number of toasts loaded with market vegetables. The Best New York Restaurants also includes homemade pastas, salads, and roasted vegetable entrees.
Sadelle’s is a gorgeous Jewish bakery/appetizing store/bistro in Soho. The front part of the space is a bakery counter featuring bagels, babka, and other baked goods from Roberta’s veteran Melissa Weller, plus several types of smoked fish.
Boston’s best Japanese Restaurants now has a sister establishment on 28th Street. Tim and Nancy Cushman’s O Ya serves elegant omakase menus in a serene setting. No wonder it’s considered one of the Best New York Restaurants.
Inspiring in Japanese culture, Brabbu has midcentury center table at New York Palace Hotel.
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For over a decade, Gabriel Kreuther has a lounge area offering cocktails and French-American bar bites, as well as a cushy dining room with a more formal menu.
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