March 4, 2021
If one thing is for sure, there’s no shortage of delicious dining options in New York City! Whether you’re looking for a luxury experience or a sidewalk bistro, you’ll find noteworthy spots on every block! Check out the list below for 15 of our favorite spots to dine after your elopement in the city.
The NoMad Restaurant is the heart of the NoMad hotel! With an all-day menu, grab one of the velvet seats to enjoy any of the classic offerings from their culinary team and their celebrated cocktail program.
You’re sure to love Wagamama! Pick from all kinds of rice and noodle dishes, alongside shareable sides for everyone at the table. Their menus are updated each season with fresh offerings!
An upscale experience, this award-winning restaurant features refined French seafood creations by chef Eric Ripert. Le Bernardin offers a classic four-course menu that has something for everyone to enjoy.
Calling all Ralph Lauren lovers! The Polo Bar offers both everyday and private dining experiences to enjoy. Their private events are carefully curated featuring a robust menu with classic dishes options and crafted cocktails.
Classic history and beautiful decor — One if by Land, Two if by Sea was voted one of the top five most romantic restaurants in the world. It has long been recognized for its menu offerings and exquisite dining experience.
One of America’s most beloved restaurants, Gramercy Tavern has welcomed guests to enjoy its contemporary American cuisine, warm hospitality, and unparalleled service in New York City for over two decades. You’ll find so many delectable offerings on their seasonal menus, including mushroom lasagna and warm apple crumble.
Oceans Executive Chef, Andy Kitko, sets the vision for the menu inspired by the Pacific, Atlantic, and Mediterranean shores that features the freshest catches available – all accented by seasonal ingredients. View the full menu here.
Raoul’s is simply the best. This lively French bistro has been a SoHo favorite since the ‘70s. It’s the perfect spot to visit with your other half, or with your crew for drinks and good eats. View the menu online here.
This rustic antique store turned Meditterranean haven is one of the most beloved restaurants in New York City. Il Buco’s eclectic menu is part Italian and part Spanish featuring fresh local ingredients.
The River Cafe is known around the world as one of the most romantic restaurants! This newly renovated spot offers stunning views of Manhattan for guests while they enjoy delectable dishes from the menu.
The iconic restaurant in Central Park, Tavern on the Green is unlike no other. Their hearty, rustic menu incorporates local, seasonal ingredients to treat your taste buds. This fabulous location features a courtyard, multiple dining rooms and a beer garden — they also offer private event services!
232 Bleecker is a neighborhood restaurant from chef Suzanne Cupps, where vegetable-forward dishes are spotlighted in a historic West Village location. This corner eatery offers lunch, dinner and brunch so you can easily fit it into your elopement weekend itinerary.
Located in the Flatiron, Craft serves farm-fresh fare in an elegantly understated space. Enjoy their wild mushroom risotto, Rohan Duck L’Orange and roasted scallops before diving into a piece of citrus cheesecake or a chocolate souffle.
This chic downtown restaurant is located at the top of The Beekman Hotel. Like the rest of the hotel, it’s design is impeccable with seating inside the wisteria-adorned terrace. Temple Court is open for dinner Thursday through Saturday featuring a four-course menu and a plethora of wine pairings.
You’ll find this casual Italian spot in the Upper West Side of Manhattan! Osteria 106 offers a laid back atmosphere while serving up some authentic dishes that will leave you speechless. Customer favorites include the shrimp pasta, butternut squash ravioli and pan-seared duck.