New York City is noted for its diversity, a trait that extends from its residents to its languages to its restaurants. There’s no better place to experience the brilliant variety of dining destinations available in NYC than on Restaurant Row, a collection of unique cuisine from every corner of the world.
New York City Restaurant Row is located on one charming-yet-bustling block in the heart of Midtown West. This section of West 46th Street – between Eighth and Ninth avenues – hosts 17 restaurants, offering an array of options for almost any taste and budget. Located just a brief walk, taxi ride or subway trip away from Hotel Chandler, Restaurant Row is a must-savor experience for any food-lover, whether you are a seasoned culinary explorer or an amateur foodie.
Top Restaurants on Restaurant Row:
321 West 46th Street
(212) 246 9171
If you’re seeking traditional Italian fare, look no further than this historic establishment. Founded in 1906 by the family that still retains ownership, Barbetta is the oldest operating Italian restaurant in New York. The landmark décor and lush garden perfectly augment the authentic cuisine, which focuses on traditional Piemontese dishes.
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille
346 West 46th Street
(212) 245 2030
This restaurant places Old New Orleans in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, serving signature southern dishes such as Blackened Catfish Po’Boys, Andouille Gumbo and Cajun Jambalaya. The cocktail list is equally ambitious, including Bourbon Street Swamp Juice and the smooth, whiskey-based Vieux Carre. Bourbon Street Bar & Grille embodies its namesake with an atmosphere that evokes the fast-paced aura of New Orleans itself.
328 West 46th Street
(212) 957 4300
One of the newest additions to Restaurant Row NYC, this colorful Brazilian restaurant offers lunch, dinner, prix fix, and raw bar options in its comfortable dining space, cozy bar, and beautiful garden area. Indulge in a traditional Brazilian meat dish from the grill or opt for a flavorful collection of seafood, sautéed and served over saffron rice.
The House of Brews
363 West 46th Street
(212) 245 0551
Beer connoisseurs will feel at home at The House of Brews, one of Midtown’s top specialty beer bars. The pub sources its suds from more than 30 countries and various microbreweries across the US. Rare finds like Chimay Tripple and Speakeasy Double Daddy perfectly complement the menu of flavorful American fare like the Fire Pit Bacon Burger and the Meatloaf Cupcakes.
326 West 46th Street
(212) 581 6464
This favorite local hangout is a signature New York City restaurant: comfortable and casual yet swank and stylish. Known for its exceptional lunch menu and pre-theater offerings, Joe Allen serves traditional entrees such as Grilled New York Strip Steak, Mushroom and Ricotta Ravioli and Steak Tartare alongside a carefully curated list of fine wines from France, Italy and beyond.
340 West 46th Street
(212) 765 7374
The French countryside comes to the heart of New York City at Le Rivage, where traditional courses like Escargots, Filet Mignon and Veal are available on an expansive prix fix dinner menu alongside fine wines and decadent desserts. Le Rivage is owned and operated by culinary lifer Paul Denamiel, an NYC native and notable local chef.
For dining in closer proximity to your accommodations, Hotel Chandler is set to open a restaurant in mid- to late-spring.