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A photo of Beauty & Essex- New York restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Unspecified • Lower East Side
Booked 86 times today
Beauty & Essex has an innovative design that starts in the restaurant’s entrance, a well-curated modern-day pawn shop replete with a saxophone, boom­box, quirky artifacts, vintage treasures, and an eclectic array of “one-off” pieces of jewelry. Continuing past the pawnshop, guests encounter a grand, circular staircase wrapped around a two-story custom chandelier, but only the adventurous will discover all that Beauty & Essex has to offer. With four distinct dining rooms (one private), two bars, a lounge, and a women’s bathroom complete with a salon including a luxurious sofa, and antique perfume bottles. The cuisine, much like the design, is intended to set a new course. Chef Chris Santos was one of the pioneers of the small, share plate dining trend that has swept the nation, and with the Beauty & Essex menu, he once again has created waves on the food scene.
A photo of Dudley's restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Café • Lower East Side
Booked 41 times today
From the team who brought us Ruby’s & Elephante, Dudley’s is a neighborhood staple that delivers good vibes and great food in equal measure. The American-meets-Australian all-day cafe serves a lust-worthy brunch, alongside sandwiches, and pasta, all within a lively environment that’s a destination to see-and-be-seen.
A photo of Sake No Hana restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Japanese • NoLita
Booked 22 times today
Occupying a dramatic, festive space beneath the catwalk entry of Moxy Lower East Side, Japanese restaurant Sake no Hana serves free-spirited izakaya dishes invigorated with New York attitude. With a shareable menu of grilled teppanyaki dishes, yakitori skewers, Wagyu beef, creative sushi rolls, and a curated list of sakes, beers, and cocktails highlighting Japanese spirits. The space buzzes with alluring energy perfect for any celebration.
A photo of Ainslie Bowery restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Italian • NoHo
Booked 9 times today
Some things to know when booking with us! Due to high volume,No outside decorations or balloons are allowed for non private reservations. Outside desserts are welcome for a non-waivable fee of $25 per outside dessert. A specific dining room cannot be guaranteed. For any special requests, please leave a note in your reservation.We do not seat incomplete parties.An increase in headcount may not be accommodable, please contact us to confirm your request.** Brunch Reservations **All parties of 9 and under are subject to a 90 minute table limit.All Parties of 10 or more are subject to a 120 minute table limit.** Large Party Reservations (10+) **For parties of 10 or more, we require a different type of dining experience, called Family Style. Guest are required to order from our "Family Style Menu" up to 72-hours prior to their reservation. Any reservations without a "Family Style Menu" submitted 24-hours in advance, will be subject to cancellation.Hope to see you soon!
A photo of BONDST restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Japanese • NoHo
Booked 115 times today
BONDST, located in NoHo, is a trendy downtown restaurant with a warm minimalist interior design. The cuisine is new Japanese with European and Asian influences. BONDST is Citysearch's 2007 and 2008 audience award winner for Best Sushi in NYC, as well as the 2008 audience award winner for Best Martini in NYC.
A photo of Wildair restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Wine Bar • Lower East Side
Booked 35 times today
Wildair is a New York Restaurant founded by Chef Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske. Our style of dining is fun, loud and really energetic. Our tables are high tops and all our food is meant to be shared with everyone. Expect interesting takes on dishes like our potato cake topped with sea urchin and pickled jalapeños, or our pissaladieclaire. We have an amazing dessert program and on Saturdays we have donuts at 12:00 that change every week. We also have one of the most unique and amazing natural wine lists in the city.
A photo of The Highlight Room NY restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Cocktail Bar • Chinatown
Booked 41 times today
The Highlight Room’s real showstopper is the spectacular view of the city through a glass wall that spans the entire width of the room and folds back to allow access to the outdoor terrace. From there, guests can lift a cocktail to the expansive views — north to the Empire State Building, south to the Freedom Tower. The north and south sides of the room are lined with two-toned leather and velvet banquettes positioned to take advantage of the cityscape views from floor-to-ceiling windows.The bar, set off by wooden arches and antique mirrors, complements the greenery, and elaborate, candelabra-style chandeliers allude to the candles that would illuminate the German garden as evening fell. Layers of premium materials — plaster, brass, velvet upholstery, caramel drapery, terrazzo tiles — add a dose of playful luxury. Although the bar is open to the public, the overall sense is of a swank member’s club, a private Eden commanding the sky above the Lower East Side. Must be 21+.
A photo of Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Japanese • Lower East Side
Booked 22 times today
Vast Japanese menu of sushi & small plates plus sake & cocktails in the trendy Sixty LES Hotel. Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya is a Japanese-style tavern, a traditional Sushi Bar and a fine dining experience, all about melding a fun drinking environment with delicious food offerings. The menu provides something for everyone - vegetarians, sushi lovers and meat lovers alike. We serve everything from small plate items like yakitori by the piece, to family-style platters like filet mignon with lobster platter. Expert Sushi Chefs behind the Sushi Bar create made-to-order fresh sashimi, sushi and signature rolls. All this to accompany hand crafted Japanese beers, sochu style cocktails and an extensive sake and wine list.
A photo of The Odeon restaurant
Price: Expensive
• French • TriBeCa
Booked 161 times today
The Odeon offers reservations for indoor and outdoor dining for parties up to 6 guests. Walk-Ins are welcome. The Outdoor Cafe is complete with rain-proof awnings, umbrellas, and heaters. Due to demand, we are unable to hold your reservation past the time it has been booked. If you cannot be present at the time of your reservation, we will offer the table to waiting guests. If you are running late or wish to cancel, please call us at 212-233-0507. The Odeon takes the last “Open Table” Reservation at 10 pm on Sunday and Monday and 10:30 pm Wednesday through Saturday. Should you like to visit the restaurant after that time, please call 212-233-0507 to check availability. We allow 1 hour 45 minutes dining time for parties up to 2 guests and 2 hours for parties of 3-6. guests.
A photo of Kalye restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Filipino • Lower East Side
Booked 4 times today
Our name, Kalye, comes from the Tagalog word for "street." We chose this name to reflect our mission of bringing energy and life back into the streets of New York City by offering you a new way to experience Filipino food! While serving traditional lechon, unique ribs adobo, and inventive pork and ube sliders, Kalye doubles as an art gallery. Here, we showcase the untapped potential of local grassroots artists and those from the Philippines. By doing so, we hope to invigorate Kalye's patrons by displaying artwork from independent artists.

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