Best Hotel Restaurants in NYC
New York City is full of amazing and luxurious hotels, each with their own charm. Most of of these hotels have restaurants, lounges or bars worth visiting. But if you’re not from New York City, it might be hard for you to narrow down what hotel you’d like to stay at. When you have two amazing establishments under the same roof, it can make your life a whole lot easier. If you’re coming to the Big Apple soon, staying at one of these three hotels will allow you to enjoy some of the best hotel restaurants in New York City.
3 of the Best Restaurants in New York City
Upstairs at The Kimberly – Midtown Manhattan
30 stories above ground at the penthouse level in Midtown Manhattan, is one of New York City’s best rooftop establishments, Upstairs. With an indoor/outdoor atmosphere and a gorgeous view of the Chrysler Building, the attention to detail at Upstairs is mind-blowing. Designed to be just as inviting in the winter as it is in the summer, Upstairs strives to bring its patrons premier views, libations and food.
What to Try: Kobe Burger Sliders, Truffled Duck Egg Toast or the Crab Cakes. And if you’ve got a sweet tooth, the Chocolate Molten Cake is a delicious dessert
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Dirty French at The Ludlow – Lower East Side
Taking timeless French dishes of the classic French bistro and brightening them up with modern techniques and bold flavors, Dirty French takes hotel dining to another level. Created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, Major Food Group’s great minds, Dirty French remains true to its French roots while serving its guests flavorful, delicious cuisine.
What to Try: Lamb Carpaccio, Bourguignon also known as Grilled Oysters, Tuna Tartare or the Short Ribs. Check out their seasonal desserts while you’re there.
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Maialino at the Gramercy Park Hotel – Gramercy Park
If you’re a fan of Italian food, this quaint spot at the Gramercy Park Hotel is right up your alley. Maialino embodies the warmth and comfort of a Roman trattoria, with a menu that marries the rich cultures of both Rome and New York. Inspired by Roman cooking, the soulful food served at Maialino is sourced right from New York City. Open continuously throughout the day, you can grab a meal for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.
What to Try: Cacio e Pepe, Malfatti, or the Porchetta. And the Tiramisu is a great way to finish your meal.
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