53 "Flatiron" Restaurants in New York.
Sushi Muse is a fantastic sushi spot in Flatiron from the chef behind high-end Japanese spots, Hall and Odo.
Maki Kosaka is a nice, casual sushi spot in Flatiron with outdoor seating available for lunch and dinner.
O:n° is a Korean restaurant in Nomad with excellent small plates and a couple of great hot pot stews to share.
Verōnika is an Eastern European restaurant in a photography museum in Gramercy that’s perfect for a special occasion meal.
The Chapel Bar is hidden behind a nondescript door in Fotofrafiska (a photography museum in Flatiron), and it’s a great place for some quiet drinks.
Il Fiorista is an attractive all-day Mediterranean spot in Nomad that you should use for drinks and a light bite at the bar.
Upland used to be one of our favorite spots in the city, but now it’s mostly just a useful place to have a nice, somewhat boring meal in Flatiron.
Mari Vanna is a Russian restaurant in Flatiron that looks like a grandmother’s house but feels like a party.
Undercote is a dark, plant-filled cocktail bar beneath the restaurant Cote in the Flatiron District. It’s very pricey and slightly ridiculous.
This is the first Manhattan location of Devocion. Like the two Brooklyn locations, it’s a bright space that works well for casual meetings.
LPQ Party Roof is what we call the rooftop on top of the Le Pain Quotidien in Flatiron, and it’s unironically a great place to drink outside.
Sushi By Bou is a hidden sushi spot in Flatiron where you can have a 12-course omakase for $50, in 30 minutes flat.