Casual dining and an experienced wait staff await you at the Heartland Brewery and Chophouse. The food reflects the down-to-earth qualities that define the eclectic and hearty nature of great American food. Appetizers include the specially flavored Chop House Tortilla Chips with Spinach Dip and spicy Buffalo Chicken Spring Roll. Their Crispy Fried Calamari with ..
Hurley’s has a century-long history of being a bastion for New York’s hungry theatergoers. Beautiful, dark hardwoods, richly upholstered furniture and elegantly detailed wall coverings define this establishment’s tasteful interior. Groups are welcome at this restaurant that has a long-standing tradition of ensuring patrons make their curtain time. Lunch and dinner menus are diverse and ..
This is a multi-level sports-focused restaurant that embraces its athletic theme thoroughly. Deep wood tones, plenty of big screen TVs and nicely appointed tables and booths are all a part of this casual restaurant’s atmosphere. There’s always some sporting event being broadcast at Legends whether it’s being played in the U.S. or in another part ..
Celebrating 35 years in business, this Irishthemed restaurant is a favorite with groups. O’Casey’s Irish Bar and Restaurant immediately welcomes guests with its green and white awning. The interior features dark woods, deep green walls and tablecloths and white linen napkins. The setting is warm and welcoming. The food is hearty and varied. Your group ..
Pete’s Tavern, located near Gramercy Park, was established in 1864 and is the oldest continuously operating bar and restaurant in New York City. A trip to Pete’s Tavern means a trip back in time. This 19th century establishment, which owes part of its legend to the famed author O. Henry, has been seen in innumerable ..