33 "Midtown West" Restaurants in New York.
Corner Slice is a vendor in Gotham West Market that serves the best pizza in Midtown.
The rotisserie chicken at Pio Pio is one of the best ways you can spend $10 anywhere in the city.
Like the other locations of Chirping Chicken, this one in Hell’s Kitchen serves great roast chicken and sides in a counter-service setup.
When you’re near MoMA and need something casual by yourself or with a friend, go to Bengal Tiger for Indian food.
Indian Accent is an upscale Indian spot in a Midtown hotel on 56th Street and it’s where you should take clients for an impressive lunch in the area.
HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
La Esquina has a few locations around the city, and the one in Midtown is especially useful for something quick before or after a Broadway show.
Sake Bar Hagi 46 is a casual Japanese restaurant in Midtown that’s great for a meal before or after a Broadway show.
Hudson’s is a boat and restaurant docked by the Lincoln Tunnel that does a two-hour cruise and feels like a giant floating prom venue.
Rudy’s is a bar in Hell’s Kitchen that serves cheap beers and offers free hot dogs with drink purchases.
Rattle N Hum is a great place to go after a game at the Garden for a drink and good bar food.
Bar Centrale is inside a Midtown West brownstone, and it’s good for both pre-theater cocktails and Broadway celeb sightings.
On The Rocks is a bar in Hell's Kitchen that specializes in whiskey - they have a huge selection of it.
Valhalla is almost like a noisy beer bar you’d find the East Village, except it’s a little more grown up and in Hell’s Kitchen.