Food & Drink in New York City

39% Off Cupcakes and One Half-Pound Cookie at City Cakes

City Cakes


$24.50 $15

Specialty cake shop in Chelsea featuring half a dozen deluxe cupcakes and a giant half-pound cookie

Up to 55% Off College Care Packages from Pijon


New York

$108 $49

Students enjoy four carefully curated parcels full of healthy snacks, personal-care products, and fun gifts; benefits homeless children

Up to 43% Off at Papaya King

Papaya King

Multiple Locations

$7 $4


Hot-dog chain that dates back to the 1930s pairs drinks with franks boasting unlimited toppings such as New York onions and kraut

Up to 50% Off Branson Got Juice

Branson Got Juice


$20 $10

Smoothies and cold-pressed juices contain fresh fruits, nutrient-rich veggies, and supplements such as whey protein, aloe, and ginseng

Up to 54% Off Chilean Wine Classes at Puro Chile

Puro Chile


$60 $29


Classes cover the history of the carmenere grape and include tastings of seven of Chile's benchmark wines such as sauvignon blanc

50% Off Vegetarian Food and Drink

Vegetarian's Paradise 2

Greenwich Village

$20 $10


Eclectic, extensive vegetarian and vegan menu elevates dishes of housemade fake chicken, beef, and seafood

Stix – Up to 48% Off Kebab Dinner with Wine


Gramercy Park

$94 $49


Grilled-to-order skewers of chicken, pork, shrimp, or veggies served with hand-cut fries and balls of quinoa, zucchini, or mac and cheese

Up to 46% Off North African Mediterranean Dinner at Nomad


East Village

$78 $45

Authentic North African and Mediterranean dishes such as lamb tajine or couscous royal served in a dining room adorned with Berber pottery

35% Off at Big Nick's Pizza Joint

Big Nick's Pizza Joint

Upper West Side

$20 $13


Classic beef and turkey burgers pair with waffle fries and mashed potatoes before milkshakes and sodas wash them down

Kutsher's Tribeca – Up to 41% Off Deli-Inspired Comfort Food

Kutsher's Tribeca


$80 $49


Bistro serves traditional Jewish dishes with a modern touch, such as challah french toast, borscht gaspacho, and duck-topped latkes

Up to 56% Off New American Meals at Sanctuary T

Sanctuary T


$78 $39


Enjoy a healthy light meal at home, or savor dinner and sip cocktails in the homey, inviting dining room

Up to 54% Off Burgers at East Village Tavern

East Village Tavern

East Village

$35 $16


This modern craft-beer bar combines an old-school atmosphere with an ever-evolving menu of modern brews and gastropub grub

Up to 56% Off Burgers and Beer at Mel's Burger Bar

Mel's Burger Bar

Upper West Side

$55.80 $25

Chefs construct slew of classic and innovative burgers from Pat LaFrieda meat, washed down with choice of 18 domestic craft brews

Up to 68% Off Craft-Beer-and-Burger Event

Bowlmor Times Square

Theater District - Times Square

$70 $25


Hosted at Bowlmor Times Square, beer and burgers pair perfectly as the BarTop Bandits perform their sultry signature dance routine

50% Off Italian Food at Rossini's Restaurant

Rossini's Restaurant

Murray Hill

$100 $50


Veal, chicken, and filet mignon prepared the Northern Italian way, as well as daily seafood and pasta specials

Up to 57% Off Pub Food at Nelly Spillane's

Nelly Spillane's

Midtown South Central

$68 $32

American favorites such as burgers, wings, sandwiches, and pitchers of beer complement sports on flat-screen TVs

38% Off Ice-Bar Entry for Two

Minus 5 Ice Bar

New York Hilton Midtown

$40 $25

Multi-chambered ice palace features artistically themed rooms awash with light shows, upbeat music, and premium cocktails in ice glasses

42% Off Italian Cuisine at IL Tesoro Ristorante

IL Tesoro Ristorante

Upper East Side

$60 $35


Owner and chef draws on his experience in Italy when crafting dishes—such as the signature risotto alla pescatora—with seasonal ingredients

Copacabana – Up to 65% Off


Theater District - Times Square

$130 $45


World-famous nightclub with 70-year history hosts DJs spinning Latin and top 40 hits, Latin cuisine, and live-music-fueled dance fests

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Under a typically starless Brooklyn night sky, the patio at MyMoon shines in the glow of its own twinkling overhead light strings. This is how evenings in the warmer months come and go at the restaurant, its ballroom-size dining area framed by both ivy-clad brick and the peaks and valleys of nearby buildings’ roofs and cupolas. The restaurant’s interior dining room is just as hard to close your eyes on: a former factory, the space boasts ceilings that never seem to end, steel sculptures, and ornate distressed wood in everything from the tables to the flooring. And it serves food, too. Each Spanish-inspired tapas dish made by Executive Chef Ivan Vilches supplies its own visual fireworks, from seared lamb skewers to anchovy toast with eggplant and goat cheese. Slices of albacore-tuna carpaccio glisten red atop white serving platters as they get passed around tables. When it comes to entrees, the chef’s take on a yorkshire white suckling pig with melon, beet, mango, and black garlic culls flavors from several culinary traditions into a work of edible art. Should the menu prove too challenging to whittle down to a few options, the chef shares some advice he gave readers of the Brooklyn Paper: “I always recommend that first-time customers try the tasting menu; it’s the best way for them to get to know our food.” Yet it does require a sense of adventure—each dish in a four- or five-course menu gets chosen by the kitchen.

184 N 10th St

Ristorante Settepani satisfies stomachs throughout the day with upscale Italian and Moroccan fare for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Brighten mornings with a croissant ($4.50) and quiche ($9), opt for noontime Panini noshes ($9), or settle in for moontime dining with fresh pasta paired entrees ($7-$13). During warmer weather or wintertime sleepwalking, patrons can lounge on the outdoor patio, while wintry weather encourages cozying up within the modern, minimalist interior. The curving bar offers plentiful potables, such as a glass of wine for whetting whistles or inspiring whistles of admiration.

196 Malcolm X Blvd
New York,

Celebrating its grand opening, E&E Grill House carves a contemporary niche in the grand tradition of chophouses, plating four cuts of steak alongside poultry, pork, fish, and house-made pasta. The lunch and dinner menus present a spread of appetizers and salads that dazzle palates with updated classics such as the iceberg wedge ($8) spruced with candied bacon and hearts of palm, or innovative bites such as lamb skewers in spicy ethiopian sauce ($11). During dinner, diners can pair entrees with one of eight sides such as couscous, sautéed spinach, or black-eyed peas to escort blushing medallions of grilled hanger steak ($32) on tabletop dates, and charcoal-kissed broccolini and soy-pineapple glaze dress pan-roasted Scottish salmon ($32) for its evening performance. Chefs pile fragrant fries against the sides of house steaks and sandwiches at lunch to stoke inner bonfires and inspire tableside drum circles. Ripe fruit drops from its branches into seasonal cobblers ($9) during dessert, distracting diners from their Valhrona chocolate pudding ($9) long enough for vigilant partners to steal bites.

233 W 49th St
New York,

Property Location
Helmsley Park Lane Hotel is in the heart of New York, walking distance from Tiffany & Co. and Barney's. This 4-star hotel is close to Broadway and Times Square.

Make yourself at home in one of the 601 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have makeup/shaving mirrors and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with free local calls and voice mail.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness facility, or other amenities including wireless Internet access (surcharge) and concierge services.

Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include high-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), a business center, and limo/town car service. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a ballroom, banquet facilities, and a meeting/conference room. Limited parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

36 Central Park S
New York,

I Coppi's epicurean oasis is open for dinner, serving a decadent array of pastas and brick-oven pizzas made with specialty and imported Italian ingredients. Explore Tuscany with I Coppi's authentic recipes, such as the quattro formaggi, a brick-oven pie cloaked in mozzarella, gorgonzola, strachinno, and pecorino ($16), or the tagliatelle alla boscaiola, homemade ribbon-shaped pasta frolicking in beef-bolognese sauce with mixed mushrooms, tomatoes, and a touch of cream ($15). Enjoy any menu items while seated amid the rustic décor in I Coppi's intimate, candlelit interior, or sip a glass of chianti from the Italian eatery's all-Tuscan wine list in the heated back garden, open year-round for dining al fresco and dotted with lush plants and artisanal sambuca springs.

432 E 9th St
New York,

If you’re truly hung-over, it might be best to let your partner navigate Prune’s dizzying list of 10 bloody marys. Among the signature cocktails are a wasabi-infused concoction with a beef jerky swizzle and a gin-based bloody garnished with pickled egg. For all their creativity, the drinks don’t distract from a menu of New American cuisine.

54 East 1st Street
New York,

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