Comfort Inn Manhattan
42 W. 35th St.
New York, NY 10001-2201
Phone: (212) 947-0200
Fax: (212) 594-3047
42 W. 35th St., New York, NY, US, 10001-2201
- Téléphone : (212) 947-0200
- Télécopie : (212) 594-3047
Bars et cafés
This authentic eatery in Midtown places an emphasis on serving authentic Korean food, prepared with care and taste. For non-Koreans, it is a true adventure. While Westerners may look more for the barbecued hot beef dishes, this restaurant serves food designed specifically for the Korean palate. The décor is simple and casual and the menu includes marinated beef dishes, pickled vegetables and hot stews of seafood and pork.
The Liberty is a bar worth visiting for its plush and sophisticated yet informal ambience. They have a large bar at the enter covering the whole space and large projectors so that one can enjoy drinks and the game, from any corner of the bar. They also house an elaborate and scrumptious food menu. It is a place meant for having a good time after work.
Located inside actor John Barrymore's former townhouse, Frankie & Johnnie's tries to recreate his personal room with a fireplace and succeeds. Therefore, one has the luxury of relishing grilled steaks and beer. It is believed that during the time of Prohibition, the password for entering this venue was 'Frankie' and the confirmation was 'Johnnie'- hence the name. This is an ideal place to hang out with friends and just while away the time over plates of steak. There are Pork Chops, Double Loin Lamb Chops, Whole Maine Lobster and Pan-Seared Tuna to try out. The crowd here is glamorous and classy.
Extravagant golden banquettes and a sleek dark ambiance add glamorous to this lounge located on the second level of the popular Kristalbelli restaurant. Ornate framed mirrors in numerous shapes adorn the walls while subdued lighting add a cozy vibe to the space. Handcrafted cocktails are a specialty of the extensive drinks menu, with Korean-inspired as well as modern creations. Apart from this, there's a selection of sake as well as soju on offer. A list of premium wines, and other spirits like vodka, whiskey and tequila complete the menu. Korean light-bites on offer prove to be great accompaniments to the drinks. The separate karaoke lounge adds an element of fun to the evenings. With a happening crowd on most nights, Juga is a place to see and be seen.
Nestled in Midtown Manhattan close to the Empire State Building, this lively pub is the place to be for ardent followers of baseball. Established in 2004, Foley's occupies a quaint historic building from the early 20th Century. The original wood-paneled walls and beautiful floor-tiling will take you back in time. From autographed baseballs to jerseys and more, baseball memorabilia covers every inch of the space at Foley's. The drinks list is heavy on craft beers, but also offers a choice of bottled and draft brews. The food menu offers an excellent choice of comforting pub favorites, and has everything from burgers and wings to shepherd's pie and pasta.
Dine in style at the Strand Bistro, located inside the Strand hotel. This elegant dining place offers choicest contemporary creations carefully prepared by Chef Kelvin Fernandez who has garnered fame on a television food show as well. The restaurant serves a light breakfast in the morning followed by a hearty lunch and dinner. There is a fireplace and swing too where one can sit back and relax. The food consists of Atlantic Salmon with sweet corn, Oyster Mushroom and Moroccon Spiced Rack of Lamb among others. A cozy venue, ideal for a meal with loved ones, this bistro should not be missed.
Watch that all-important sporting event on huge TV screens at Legends. Combine it with a Budweiser or Corona and some steaks and wraps, and one gets an experience of a lifetime! Legends is a popular sports bar in New York that is haunted by locals keen on watching the game. This true blue sports bar is lined with photographs of sports heroes, making it a haven for sports lovers. The DJ plays on some nights too. The ambiance during a match evening is one of raucous fun with everyone cheering and jeering for their teams. Join in the cacophony and have a novel experience at Legends.
Ai Fiori is a swanky European restaurant that combines the delectable flavors of French and Italian cuisines, to offer the choicest of preparations from both these regions. There is Zuppa Di Zucca or butternut squash soup, Risotto, Farraona or hen and Capesante (pan-seared sea scallops). The bar has an enormous collection of fine wines served by expert sommeliers. Here, you can also savor aromatic wine like the Dubonnet Rouge. The restaurant is classy and upmarket, and merits a dressy dinner. The prices are high too, though the dining experience makes it worth all the money.
With a décor that will transport you to a pub in Ireland, Stout NYC is a beer valley which houses exclusive malts. This high ceilinged bar, sports an extensive beer collection and has varied stouts like dry, imperial, oatmeal and sweet. A traditional Irish breakfast including fish and chips, bangers and mash is available on Saturdays and Sundays. Burgers, thin crust pizzas, salads, eight different kinds of oysters are the culinary delights of this place.
Having a rooftop location, Gaonnuri sits in the heart of Manhattan, and offers traditional Korean cuisine. Diners can dig into a delicious plate of Kalbi, while enjoying the spectacular views of the city skyline. Among its many toothsome dishes, the seafood pancakes, cod soup and spicy calamari salad are must-tries. The dessert selection also doesn't disappoint, with its Deconstructed Soo Jeong Kwa and its Blackforest Baked Alaska being some of the diner favorites. With its warm service, scrumptious meals and breathtaking views of the city, Gaonnuri is one of the finest restaurants in New York.
Nestled in Manhattan, this pretty little coffee house opened its doors in 2009. At Culture Espresso quality is of prime essence. The choicest coffee beans are sourced from local farmers, and attention is paid to the brewing process to ensure that guests receive only the best cup of coffee. Cookies baked on site as well as those sourced from local bakeries are also on offer. Culture Espresso special chocolate chip cookie is a must try. Culture Espresso is a modest space; walls covered with floral design surround neatly set tables. A rotating collection of art works are also exhibited here. Begin your day with a hot cuppa and delicious bites at Culture Espresso.
The Australian rests in a bad Midtown location where bar names change annually. Hopefully, it will last longer. Fair dink'em. It's worth a visit when trying to avoid Times Square and looking for something different in Midtown. There are no boxing kangaroos or didgeridoos to make the Australian distinctly Australian. Rather the Aussie brews, like Cooper's, and foods, like meat pies and tiger prawns, provide the connection to the land of Oz. The long wooden bar offers ample stools, but a tight standing area when busy, so run for the tables in the back and be sure to say "G'day"!