March 23 2020
February 3rd, 2020 | Food & Wine
New York’s harsh winter has chilled you to the bone? The solution is to tuck into a delicious dinner in a cozy restaurant. Take a look at our list of favorite spots in Manhattan, many of them with fireplaces.
Location: End of Freemans Alley (off Rivington St, btw. Chrystie St. and Bowery), New York, NY 10002
Nestled in a hard-to-find alley, Freemans is a hunting lodge-inspired restaurant serving simple American and rustic cuisine, inspired by Old World traditions. The winter menu has choices like Hot Artichoke Dip with crisp bread or Bison's Sheperd's Pie with winter root vegetables, salsify, mashed potatoes.
Location: 121 E. 17th Street, New York, NY 10003
Considered one of the coziest spots in New York, The House is located in a 1854 carriage house in historic Gramercy Park. Enjoy an upscale meal paired with fine wines. Bring your partner and share their signature Nutella Fondue.
Location: 49 W 20th Street, (Between 5th & 6th Avenue), New York, NY 10011
Just a short walk from Royalton Park Avenue is Jue Lan Club. This Asian restaurant serves a wide variety of Japanese and Chinese dishes along with signature cocktails. The booths, event rooms with fireplaces and the outdoor garden are unlike anything you can find in Flatiron.
Location: 5 W. 21st Street, New York, NY 10010
Another Flatiron gem is Merakia. This restaurant serves Greek rustic style meats grilled or cooked on a spit. You can eat at the bar, the restaurant with its copper tables or the front café facing the street.
Location: 1703 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10128
Have a casual fine dining experience in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The Writing Room has a raw bar, salads, cheese and charcuterie, seafood, poultry, pasta, steak and everything in between. The old school décor is full of leather, reclaimed wood, custom-made pendant lighting, and textured red brick walls. What can be cozier than that?
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