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At Chinese Tuxedo, guests can expect Chef Paul Donelly’s enticing menu to be full of reimagined traditional and classic Chinese banquet dishes.
At Chinese Tuxedo, guests can expect Chef Paul Donelly’s enticing menu to be full of reimagined traditional and classic Chinese banquet dishes. Restaurateurs Eddy Buckingham and Jeff Lam restored and opened this bi-level space, which was once a site for Chinatown’s notorious gang wars. With historic details and added midcentury touches, the sunken dining room’s interior draws guests in for an unforgettable experience.
• Enjoy a post-meal drink at Peachy’s—the downstairs speakeasy.
• Share a variety of dim sum dishes with friends.
• Sip the 36th Chamber cocktail.
Whitewaller recommends: Tasting the honey-glazed char siu pork.
Restaurateur Simon Kim’s modern Korean establishment Cote is reintroducing safe indoor dining in New York at its NYC flagship.
For those still wishing to dine al fresco, Marea welcomes guests to an Après Ski-themed outdoor dining experience.
In addition to its elegantly heated outdoor dining options, Kimika has safely resumed indoor dining at 25 percent capacity.
On February 27 via Zoom, Chef Mendes is partnering with Dewar’s for a special virtual cocktail experience entitled “Scotland meets Portugal.”
Chefs Club houses a unique residency program that regularly invites new chefs to take over the establishment’s kitchen and menu.
Hanoi House is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant offering traditional dishes like crispy spring rolls, grilled squid salad, shellfish curry, and shaking beef.
Narcissa is a cozy restaurant offering New American cuisine and a complementing biodynamic wine menu.
SUGARFISH features minimalistic interiors and traditional sushi offerings, as well as fresh specials, updated daily.