230 "Birthdays" restaurants in New York.
When in the mood for exciting ceviche and other raw seafood dishes, consider Mexican spot Tacos Güey in Flatiron.
Au Za’atar is a party-time Lebanese restaurant in the East Village where you can order a shawarma tower for a group.
Twins Lounge is a two-floor bar in Greenpoint where you can bar-hop without stepping foot on a sidewalk.
Capri Bakery in Harlem is known for its custom cakes and excellent Puerto Rican pastries.
High-quality sushi, a garden patio, and an omakase for under $100 make Sushi Nonaka one of the best secrets on the Upper West Side.
All Night Skate by the Chauncey J train stop in Bed-Stuy will steal anyone’s heart who is fond of nostalgia, neon, and strong Painkillers.
Llohi is a rooftop bar in East Williamsburg with a ton of outdoor space for groups and nice views of Manhattan.
This Caribbean rooftop spot in the South Bronx has live salsa, palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy.
Liman is a Turkish restaurant overlooking the water in Sheepshead Bay that’s perfect for a date or big night out.
Francie is a fancy Williamsburg brasserie where you should grab dinner on a big night out.
La Fonda Boricua has been a staple of the Puerto Rican community in East Harlem since the 1990s, and they make some fantastic shrimp mofongo.
Keki Modern Cakes is a Chinatown bakery with excellent tarts (and, of course, cakes).
From Kora makes incredible Filipino pastries in Long Island City, all of which must be ordered online.