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
- Phone: (212) 645-3990
- Fax: (212) 633-8952
If you're craving for some homemade Southern-style fried chicken, head to Hill Country Chicken. Apart from their awesome chicken, that's crispy on the outside and tender and juicy on the inside, they offer a comprehensive breakfast menu full of favorites like smoked bacon, granola and such. The kids menu here is a delight for every little one and prices are fair. A Southern meal isn't really over until someone brings out the pie, so don't forget to seal the deal with a winner from the dedicated pie menu.
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.
Right in the heart of the Flatiron District, Chef Hooni Kim's second venture, Hanjan, is already causing something of a sensation. Modeled after the Korean joomak, a low-cost destination for travelers to eat and relax, the cuisine revolves around street-style small plates, some old-fashioned and some dreamed up by Chef Kim himself. The menu is split right down the middle, allowing guests to choose between these dichotomous styles, although a third column of savory skewers lets diners chow down on something a little more timeless. Of course, such delicate cuisine would not be possible without quality ingredients, another area in which Hanjan outdoes themselves. Antibiotic and hormone free meat, wild-caught fish and organic vegetables are the exclusive inventory of the kitchen. For a masterful melding of Korea's culinary traditions, Hanjan is the perfect destination.
San Rocco is a magical Italian restaurant and bar in the Flatiron District. It is not exclusive of anyone, so it welcomes all who step in through its sleek modern doors with freshly made hot Italian food. Another plus is the many popular European DJs that perform at San Rocco events, making this restaurant bar both a taste bud and crowd pleaser.
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.
The Flatiron Room is a comfortable, upscale parlor where they cater to whiskey enthusiasts. Visitors can also enjoy their bartenders' unique spin on classic cocktails. Their whiskey guides and whiskey school are available to help you navigate the world of whiskey to your advantage. Their dishes are simple and full of flavor.
Bombay Sandwich Co. is an Indian establishment that offers healthy sandwiches without compromising on taste. The specialty sandwiches are vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. The most ordered ones include the Seasonal Pesto Perfect made with whole-wheat bread and the Smorgasburg Sweet Potato that contains a number of toppings. Platters consisting of a mix of salads and vegetables served with brown rice are a great idea if you are very hungry.
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.
New Yorkers have a continuing love affair with Italian cuisine, as is evident from the number of Italian restaurants and bistros that throng the city. Manzo is another Italian restaurant, focusing mainly on beef dishes. Owned by Eately, a supermarket, Manzo is well known for its Italian flavor. the menu has pastas, pizzas and paninis in various varieties. Lunchtime offers a prixe-fixe menu with a three course meal for USD29. Each season the restaurant introduces tasting menus which serve interesting recipes at affordable prices. The staff is patient and concerned about the guests.
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.
Irresistible dough wrappings stuffed innovatively and mouth-watering chocolate dumplings! And that's not all there is to it. Fillings range from chicken and pork sautéed in rich oriental sauces. Rickshaw Dumpling Bar also features an array of salads and soups. One more thing, rickshaws don't operate as makeshift kitchens here. Check website for further details.