Bryan KimNYC Senior Staff Writer
Bryan showed up one day to snake out our drain, and he never left. He’s an enigma wrapped in duck prosciutto, which is why he smells like duck prosciutto. Hobbies include skiing and fencing. His hobbies do not, however. He’s from Seattle, and if he could only eat one food for the rest of his life he’d be upset and confused. Bryan’s previous employers include Dr. Ian Bell DDS, The Gap, and Le Bernardin.
The Cool List: 17 Restaurants That Aren’t “Hot” But Are Definitely Still Cool
The Cool List: 17 Restaurants That Aren...
Restaurants tend to get blown up for six months, until everyone decides to move on. Let’s not allow that to happen. Here are 17 spots to revisit.
The best places to feed yourself within walking distance of the station.
Pera is a big Mediterranean restaurant in Midtown, and it’s a decent option for dinner with a group near Grand Central.
The Palm Too is an old-school steak spot that’s been open in Midtown since 1973.
Pietro’s is an old-school Italian restaurant in Midtown East that’s been around since 1932.
Do you need a big place where you can eat a pricey steak with some people who never stray too far from Grand Central? Try Benjamin Steakhouse.
Tsushima is a perfectly fine sushi spot in Midtown. It won’t blow your mind, but it might come in handy if you need something last-minute.
If you want to get a quick sit-down meal near Grand Central, go eat some pork katsu at Katsu-Hama.
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Amaranto is a neighborhood spot in Bushwick where you can find some of the best Mexican food in the city. Get a few tacos, and try the pork chop.