From Little Italy to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the culinary adventure that is New York City never ends. We have put together a list of must-visit restaurants for our guests including some that have incredible deals. We work hard to give our guests promotions and packages that make a difference. We offer complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, along with a rooftop terrace for relaxing. We work hard to give our guests promotions and packages that make a difference. We offer complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, along with a rooftop terrace for relaxing.We work hard to give our guests promotions and packages that make a difference.
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We’ve put together a list of must-visit restaurants and bars.
Established 1884 and most commonly known for being the bar of choice for the characters of Mad Men, PJ Clarke’s is also under a one-minute walk from the Carvi and has possibly the best cheeseburger in NYC.
New York’s longest standing and most-acclaimed Brazilian restaurant. Made famous, in large part, by it’s Portuguese fusion, Ipanema has managed to keep it’s spot as the #1 restaurant on Little Brazil street since 1979.
Around the corner from the Carvi, this little Australian-owned coee/ breakfast shop serves our favorite cup of coee and arguably the best Banana Bread and Avocado Smash on planet earth.
One of the hottest and most creative restaurants of the past few years, Mission Chinese has rise to power comes from a painfully hip/ campy ambiance and “New York meets China” dishes like their famous Kung Pow Pastrami.
Made world famous by their invention of the Croissant Donut, aka ‘The Cronut”, this bakery-cafe headed by pastry chef Dominique Ansel serves up creative & beautiful French treats that may change your life.
The NY deli scene’s newcomer is Mile End Deli, which is known for revitalizing Jewish food for a young generation with items like Smoked Duck Grilled Cheese, poutine and Montreal-style smoked meat.