Restaurants in East New York

Up to 56% Off Brunch and Drinks at Ainsworth Park

Ainsworth Park

New York

$62 $29

Sip on bloody marys and mimosas, paired with brunch fare such as fried eggs with short rib hash, ricotta pancakes, or kale caesar salads

35% Off Your Bill at Agozar Restaurant and Lounge

Agozar Restaurant and Lounge

NoHo

$10 $10

(345)

Ropa vieja, cubaniche sandwiches, and other Cuban comfort food served alongside fusion tapas like sangria-glazed chorizo

Up to 50% Off Indian Food at Jewel of India

Jewel of India

East Village

$30 $15

Authentic dishes, including perennial favorites, fill the menu with options that vary from spicy chicken dopiaza to shrimp tandoori

Up to 50% Off at Melba's

Melba's

Harlem

$40 $20

(329)

The chef Bobby Flay dubbed "queen bee" of chicken and waffles serves upscale comfort food at her elegant Harlem eatery

Up to 41% Off a Three-Course Meal at Uskudar Turkish Restaurant

Uskudar Turkish Restaurant

Upper East Side

$109.80 $65

Chef with 37 years' experience crafts fragrantly spiced Turkish comfort food with imported feta and lamb butchered in-house

Up to 62% Off Mediterranean Food at Pomegranate Restaurant

Pomegranate Restaurant

Forest Hills

$65.95 $25

Restaurant named after a righteous fruit in the Jewish faith serves glatt kosher Mediterranean cuisine filled with subtle flavors

Up to 45% Off Malaysian Food at Rasa

Rasa

New York

$82 $45

(38)

Press-praised Malaysian cuisine, including fried crab, eggplant curry, fried rice, and sushi

Sons of Essex – Up to 39% Off Dinner or Brunch

Sons of Essex

Lower East Side

$63 $39

(357)

Upscale comfort-food dinner with seasonal entrees and cocktails; brunch with carafes of mimosas, bellinis, or bloody marys

45% Off at My House Burgers

My House Burgers

New York

$21.70 $12

Fresh-cut fries accompany grilled beef, chicken, or veggie burgers, served in comfortable exposed-brick interior

54% Off Burgers and Milkshakes at Joy Burger Bar

Joy Burger Bar

West Village

$21.60 $11

(139)

Customize your own burger, using handmade patties and healthy, local ingredients, including anything from pesto to mango chutney

52% Off Savory International Cuisine at Cavala Cafe

Cavala Cafe

New York

$60 $29

Diners dig into an eclectic spread of international eats, such as lobster empanadas, primavera paninis, and churrasco

54% Off Brunch with Unlimited Mimosas at Tolani Wine Restaurant

Tolani Wine Restaurant

Upper West Side

$70 $35

(199)

Feast on dishes such as polenta with candied bacon and a runny egg or a smoked salmon plate, paired with unlimited mimosas

50% Off International Food at Spiegel

Spiegel

New York

$30 $15

(8)

Modern, minimalist decor sets the stage for an international spread of specialty coffees, pastries, and dinner entrees

Up to 64% Off Drinks and Bar-Menu Bites at Uway Café

UWAY Café

Greenwich Village

$41.90 $15

Bites include seven types of sliders, caprese skewers, coconut shrimp with a piña colada sauce, and cheese plates; 24 New York tap beers

Michelin-Starred Aquavit – Chef Bengtsson's Three-Course Nordic Dinner

Aquavit

New York

$130 $130

(603)

Restaurant with one Michelin star presents a three-course dinner with a choice of Nordic dishes handpicked by Chef Emma Bengtsson

38% Off Moroccan Street Food at Bistro Shopp

Bistro Shopp

Lower East Side

$40 $25

(102)

Sandwiches, sausage, and tagines inspired by the traditions of Moroccan street food

Up to 57% Off Deli Dinner at Roxy Delicatessen

Roxy Diner

New York

$102.75 $45

(44)

Extensive menu satisfies a wide variety of appetites with Maryland crab cakes, barbecue brisket, and pasta, as well as slices of cheesecake

50% Off Greek Food at Village Grill

Village Grill

Forest Hills

$30 $15

Rib-sticking Greek eats such as souvlaki, loukaniko, and kebaache served on skewers or in pitas

Metropolitan Room – Up to 59% Off Late-Night Cabaret

Metropolitan Room

Flatiron District

$79.85 $35

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Cabaret performance at a renowned New York entertainment venue that features Broadway stars and lauded comedians

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Property Location
With a stay at Omni Berkshire Place, you'll be centrally located in New York, steps from St. Patrick's Cathedral and minutes from Rockefeller Center. This 4.5-star hotel is close to Chrysler Building and Broadway.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 396 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and minibars. Your pillowtop bed comes with cotton sheets, down comforters, and down blankets. 37-inch LCD televisions with digital programming provide entertainment, while wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature makeup/shaving mirrors and complimentary toiletries.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreation amenities such as a 24-hour fitness facility or take in the view from a terrace. Additional features include wireless Internet access (surcharge), babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and shopping on site.

Dining
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available daily for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and an Internet point. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center, conference/meeting rooms, and small meeting rooms. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

21 E 52nd St
New York,
NY
US

Rakesh Aggarwal left India for America in 1980 and his culinary talents soon earned him permanent gigs at New York mainstays such as Club 21 and the Oak Room. It wasn’t until 1994, however, that he set the cornerstone for his very own New York mainstay, though he may not have known it at the time. Baluchi’s, which is reminiscent of Rakesh’s childhood nickname, Balu, became an instant hit both for its Zagat-rated Indian cuisine and its exotic decor. Today, Baluchi’s has expanded to five locations throughout the city and received a fair share of ink from New York magazine and the New York Times, whose writer noted that the potato cakes were “among the best” he had eaten. Baluchi’s in Murray Hill sticks to the traditional Indian fare that has brought this chain such widespread success. The menu alternates nicely between meat and vegetarian options, with options such as minced-lamb kebabs with mango salsa and sweet-potato chaats baked in a tandoor and tossed with spices. The tandoori menus teem with robust options such as racks of lamb and whole fish, as well as curries prepared with seafood, lamb, and vegetables that carry just enough spice and heat to melt the heart of a curmudgeonly businessman.

11330 Queens Blvd
Forest Hills,
NY
US

When Tuscan Hills’ owners first opened their rustic Italian spot, they followed the old Italian tradition of placing a horseshoe upside-down over the door to keep negative energy out. But as customers came in to try the new spot, they kept pointing out that the horseshoe was hanging the wrong way, so they switched it. After that, they had the worst week since they’d opened—so they turned it face-down again, and Tuscan Hills has been a charm to the owners and their customers ever since.

With exposed-brick walls, flickering candles, and folded linen napkins, Tuscan Hills feels like an Italian hideaway. As guests gather around tables to chat over glasses of wine, chefs toss pasta with seafood, fresh vegetables, and meats and then pull bubbling 13-inch pizzas from the brick oven. Main dishes include braised chuck of wild boar smothered in brown sauce and served over polenta as well as the signature traditional Tuscan-style fish stew, cacciucco alla livornese, which is baked with a crispy bread crust. Family-style platters of pasta, steak, and other dishes bring groups together to share the brimming platters or finally satisfy the hunger of yetis out to treat themselves.

11520 Queens Blvd
Forest Hills,
NY
US

Tucked into a cobblestone square just off of Austin Street, Jade Eatery & Lounge’s Forest Hill Gardens address hints at the peaceful establishment inside. Votive candles flicker throughout the dining room, casting their warm glow over exposed-brick walls, intimate dining tables, and a large Buddha statue smiling benevolently on diners to guide them toward the right entree. Asian fusion fare suffuses the menu under the direction of executive chef Michael Teng, who pulls flavors from Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, and Korean cuisine to devise fresh combinations of flavor, texture, and presentation.

Clients sip from bowls of deeply aromatic soup or hone chopstick skills on freshly wok-fried entrees. The kitchen staff displays razor-sharp knife skills behind a full sushi bar, rolling and slicing a selection of classic and signature makis, including the Karma roll, which, it is said, cannot be eaten by anyone who has ever claimed to dislike sushi. After finishing dinner, guests can mosey over to the copper-fronted bar where sake, wine, and specialty drinks flow, or they can contemplate the regularly rotating artwork housed inside of the restaurant’s gallery.

1 Station Sq
Forest Hills,
NY
US

Amid the whirling of flamenco dancers and lively strumming of guitarists, diners savor and share bites of bright Spanish cuisine presented on minimalistic white plates. The kitchen fills a tapas menu with tasting-size portions of seafood, meat, and vegetable delicacies, enticing guests to indulge in one bite at a time, rounding out each mix-and-match meal with a carafe of housemade sangria or exotic cocktails. Small plates include tzatziki- and cucumber-drizzled bites of lamb, spanish meatballs, and asparagus a la plancha; heartier appetites brave the build-your-own entree option, which allows customers to craft individual meals that include one hearty portion of meat or seafood and one starch, all topped with a choice of sauce or glaze and served with a helping of vegetables. Parties of up to 65 guests can rent out the space for special occasions or have baskets of Spanish specialties brought to off-site locations to add flavorful flair to parties without dousing honored guests in a demi-glace.

16150 Crossbay Blvd
Howard Beach,
NY
US

Cosy, woody neighborhood restaurant/bar featuring full-size cow, located in the park-like setting of wondrous Worldwide Plaza. Great burgers, dogs, sandwiches, salads, cool selection of $2 beers and $3 frozen margarita. Good tunes. Come prepared to kick back and have fun.

329 W 49th St
New York,
NY
US

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