Having just celebrated their grand opening, the chefs at Amcook Fusion Cuisine, a new sushi restaurant, fill their specialty sushi rolls with fresh ingredients such as spicy snow crab, avocado, and sweet mango. In addition to sushi the chefs feature Thai style green curries made with coconut milk and fresh basil and Japanese style yaki soba dishes of stir fried noodles with shrimp, onions, and mushrooms. Amcook Fusion Cuisine also offers an extensive lunch menu with daily specials and a traditional family dinner for Chinese New Year.
Ginger Grill serves up a plentiful menu of Asian-inspired kosher cuisine in a friendly steakhouse setting. Kick off your taste buds' cross-cultural journey with a savory appetizer of dumplings filled with beef, chicken, or vegetables ($7.50), or warm up after group hugs at your Snowmans Anonymous meeting with a bowl of matzo ball soup ($5). Ginger Grill boasts a meat-filled cornucopia of protein-rich entrees such as chicken with black mushrooms and bamboo shoots ($16) and Szechuan lamb ($23). Steakhouse-flavor favorers, meanwhile, can carve into a hearty rib eye ($28), while the indecisive can blend multiple meats with the wok specialty happy family, which brings together chicken, beef, veal, and mixed vegetables to form a brown-sauce smothered portrait ($19). General Tso's tofu ($12) will delight herbivores and herbivoyeurs alike with its vegetarian-friendly spin on a fusion standard. Ginger Grill also serves up a wide selection of pasta and fish dishes, as well as classic and signature sushi rolls.
Sending chuckles echoing throughout the surrounding neighborhood for more than 25 years, Standup NY has staged dozens of nationally acclaimed comedians including Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Jon Stewart, Caroline Rhea, and Judah Friedlander. The intimate, 100-seat venue hosts as many as three available nightly performances from performers who have appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, and the kiss cam at an NBA playoff game. A full bar unleashes torrents of humor-helping cocktails, wine, and beer, and the kitchen plates piles of pub grub such as buffalo wings and mozzarella sticks chosen from a full menu of eats.
Oriental Cafe's chefs toss flavors from all over Asia into pans to produce Chinese-style stir-fries and Japanese tempura-fried eats wrapped in rice and seaweed. They decorate bowls of edamame with careful portions of salt to awaken sleeping appetites for hearty sushi rolls bursting with tuna, salmon, eel, and yellowtail or platefuls of sweet-and-savory tangerine beef. Diners nestle up to intimate hardwood tabletops as the wait staff bustles back and forth from the sushi bar, bathed in the warm light reflecting off the pale-pink walls.
Mee Noodle Shop's red awning and black-tiled façade invites patrons into a brightly lit interior complete with Chinese characters and framed artwork. The chefs prep an extensive menu of Chinese entrees concocted from veggies, tofu, chicken, seafood, and pork. Dishes can be enjoyed in-house or delivered to diners' homes, offices, or court hearings.