36 "Gramercy" Restaurants in New York.
Rolf’s serves a full menu of heavy German food, but it’s best known for its elaborate, year-round holiday decorations.
Verōnika is an Eastern European restaurant in a photography museum in Gramercy that’s perfect for a special occasion meal.
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.
Triona’s is a sports bar in Gramercy that is usually pretty low-key, except when Michigan or a team from Chicago is playing.
Headless Horseman has a good beer selection and popular Happy Hour right by Union Square.
Joe Junior is an old-school diner in Gramercy that’s perfect for breakfast or a burger.
If you want to eat some avocado toast or a grain bowl in Gramercy, go to Citizens of Gramercy. It’s an Australian café, and it’s full of plants.
Simon and The Whale is the main restaurant at the Freehand Hotel, and it’s the sort of place where you can eat great food and run into an ex.
The George Washington Bar is on the second floor of the Freehand Hotel, and it feels like the living room of an expensive townhouse.
The Rose Bar is a fancy cocktail bar behind a velvet curtain in the bottom of the Gramercy Park Hotel, and it turns into a nightclub around 9pm.
Studio is the all-day restaurant on the second floor of the Freehand Hotel, and it’s a great place to eat a burger and people watch.
Albion isn't like the rest of the Murray Hill bars, which is to say that you'll actually want to come here for a beer.