Comfort Inn Chelsea
18 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10010
Phone: (212) 645-3990
Fax: (212) 633-8952
18 West 25th Street , New York, NY, US, 10010
- Téléphone : (212) 645-3990
- Télécopie : (212) 633-8952
Bars et cafés
If those cowboys from the salsa commercials ever mosey on up to Hill Country Barbecue Market, they won't be making fun of New York City's southern style anymore. This is barbecue done right. All meat is shipped from Kreuz market in Texas and prepared in a dry-rub style for a taste like no other. The meat isn't the only unique part of Hill Country Barbecue Market though. The restaurant operates in an entirely different fashion, giving you a checklist for what you would like to order and ringing you up individually at the end of your meal. This makes it especially easy to accommodate a large party and give them a real Texas BBQ without the hassle of fighting over the check.
Designed to look like a drinking hall from the 1930s, Flatiron Hall is primarily a bar that is also popular for its delicious cuisine. The Giant Pretzels and Maui Fish Tacos are universal favorites, while the Bacon Mac and Cheese is pure heaven. The classic caesar salad and smoked rib eye sandwich are some of the many other delicious mains served here. The bar offers an extensive beer list which includes ales and craft beers. Flatiron Hall's decor is grand, the food delicious, and the beer impressive. The bar is a popular after work drinking spot in New York city.
This no-frills eatery serves good, old-fashioned Southern barbecue in a space thoroughly lacking in ambiance. What you will find is some flavorful favorites. Start with Hush Puppies or Baby Back Pork Ribs. Move on to chicken dumplings or meatloaf, but save room for the black-eyed peas. Wash it all down with one of their excellent beers. The service is friendly and helpful. Check website for timings.
With visitors ranging from Bruce Willis to the Olsen twins, the swanky Gypsy Tea club is one of New York's most selective night spots. Guests will enjoy choosing from two different floors, each with its own elegantly designed style and mood. Dance to the beats of world famous guest DJs while sipping on a signature Gypsy Cosmo.
La Pomme essentially means the apple and it also denotes the forbidden fruit. Well, the place lives up to its name as the forbidden fruit's underlying meaning is seduction and taboo. A chic and lavish lounge bar with a twist of mystery added in it as you will never have any idea what to expect when you enter La Pomme. The bar also doubles up as an entertainment venue where they rent the space out for private parties. The Halloween party held each year is a fantastic event showcasing the spooky and dark side of the crowd. Thus, it is always a mystery as to what to expect in La Pomme. To learn more about the place do check their website.
Perched atop the renowned 230 Fifth, the Rooftop Garden is a stunning place to catch some fresh air and scintillating views of New York. The garden sports a lively setting with perfectly manicured plants and palm trees outlining the space. The large umbrellas come in handy when it's rainy or when the sun gets too hot to handle. The space doesn't have a separate menu and is serviced by 230 Fifth's excellent food and beverage menu. If sipping your favorite cocktail with striking views of the great city is your idea of bliss, look no further.
Sweetgreen recreates nutritious salads in a delicious manner, such that one does not really miss fried food. A salad bar, it is simple in appearance and welcomes one and all. The walls are lined with containers serving healthy juices sourced from fresh vegetables and fruits. Its popularity can be gauged from the long queue of people waiting for a quick bite at the counter.
This famous Manhattan restaurant offers delicious American food in a spacious setting. The Penthouse Lounge, the Rooftop Garden and the indoor restaurant can together seat around 1000 guests at a time! Chef Zak Pelaccio presents lip-smacking specialties, such as crispy shrimp, veal and pork meatballs, Malaysian fish cakes and the signature Romli Burger; Kuala Lumpur's beef burger served with pickles and home-made aioli. Many diners come for the view - the rooftop view of the Empire State Building is almost unbeatable. The restaurant also offers space for birthday parties, family gatherings and other private functions. Check the website for more details.
La Birreria sits atop the Flatiron Distrcit's gourmet Italian food court Eataly, offering yet another casual European creation from culinary powerhouses Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. Head brewer Peter Hepp Jr. has collaborated with Sam Calagione of the iconic Dogfish Head Brewery to create house beers that are naturally carbonated and conditioned in large casks as well as more conventional drafts, all of which are made on the premises. While Birreria advertises itself as a beer garden, the food is really the centerpiece of the experience. Batali's influence shines through immensely here, charcuterie and cheese platters joining Italian-style sausages and sides that burst with enough flavor to match the signature suds. Such quality, however, comes at a bit of a premium. Prices can be a bit steep, especially for those who plan to spend some time drinking and nibbling. The quality more than makes up for the price, though, and it is certainly possible to do Birreria on a budget. Perfect on nice days when the retractable roof opens, La Birreria is a unique beer garden experience in downtown Manhattan.
Although it sounds scandalous to go to a place that's in the Museum of Sex, you can be assured that you won't think twice about your next visit here. The Play Bar & Den is place where food and drink are exhibits of art. From the presentation to the flavours every element is work of art. The decor is quite intimate, there are tiny spaces enclosed by book shelves to give you more privacy and if you're if with large group you can sit back and relax in the lounge area. So come down here to taste some delicious as well as creative food and drinks.
Relatively new to the coffee scene in the grub city, Birch Coffee has already created a niche for itself among coffee-lovers and the student community. Located on the ground level of Gershwin Hotel, this coffeehouse is a great place to hangout or cure the morning hangover; the atmosphere being quite laid-back and the crowd more refined. Internationally sourced and locally roasted, each coffee is a complex blend of flavor and ingredients to suit every palette. Fresh bites like salads, sandwiches and bakes can be ordered on the side with lattes and teas. You could even find a corner in the library upstairs to cozy up with a book.
If you're a fan of loud music and a huge crowds, then this is your haunt! Head to Wonderland for a fun night out. Listen to groovy music and sip on a drink as you take in the lively aura surrounding the place. Partake in special events, festivities, parties including New Year's Eve and Halloweens among other things even as you meet new people or chat up old friends. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.