In this diverse, upscale community, you will find everything you want within just a few blocks. Whether you’re visiting New York City, working in the area or are a long-time resident, East Midtown is your destination for choice, diversity and style.
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57 Belle House
French cuisine with a warm, inviting atmosphere. 57 Belle House delivers a refined experience. where a French – American fusion are served with true professionalism in an opulent setting. It’s a special-occasion on every occasion, well worth the indulgence. 57 belle house – – sophisticated dining that’s to be savored awaits you at our top-of-the-line oasis, for true knockout plates paired with a wine list that dazzles in a pristine adult setting.
Agra Indian Restaurant
Ajisai Japanese Fusion
On the frontier of Japanese fusion restaurants, Ajisai is proud of its unique and wonderful cuisine, created from the finest ingredients and the freshest seafood, meat and produce. The fun and friendly atmosphere of the sushi bar and the beautiful presentation of each dish with their remarkable and distinctive flavors have made Ajisai Japanese Fusion an experience that inspires guests to return again and again.
At Alfredo 100, they are devoted to maintaining Alfredo’s 100-year-old authentic Italian cuisine and traditions in a modern yet welcoming environment. Their world-renown fettuccine is featured on the menu, as well as a variety of other delicious Italian specialties, while a casual yet elegant ambience is complimented by “retro meets modern” decor featuring Roman-themed murals by the late, great Al Hirschfeld. Alfredo 100 is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Al Horno Lean Mexican Kitchen
Discover the menu to find your favorite dishes that will do a body good. A large variety of dishes to choose from with customization options as well. Quality from start to finish.
Located in the heart of the Flower District & Upper East Side, A Little Taste is a European, boutique style cafe.
Enjoy wine, prosecco or dessert
Amali’s name was inspired by a historical term for lands shared by modern day Greece, Italy and Turkey. In that spirit, Amali's menu is inspired by the Mediterranean way of life and emphasizes vegetables, olive oil, cheese, grains, and fish.
In keeping with the values of that dining tradition, they support sustainability - from the food they buy, the wine they serve, to the finishes in the restaurant and their sustainable economic practices.
AMATA is a vibrant yet cozy Italian steakhouse and restaurant serving delicious traditional Italian fare with a modern flair. Located in East Midtown Manhattan, Amata boasts a large, splendidly-decorated room, with white linen service, sidewalk café seating, a quaint and lively bar, and a smaller intimate room for private events. AMATA is the coming-together of over 125 years of NYC-based restaurant experience and decades of friendship, represented by Jack Dorrian, Al Serpagl, and executive chef Enzo.
American Cut Midtown is a deco-inspired modern steak restaurant in the heart of Manhattan. With American Cut, Chef Partner Marc Forgione joins the neighborhood’s flourishing dining scene with its spin on classics, including signatures such as the Chili Lobster; the “OG” 1924 Hotel Caesar; and the 42 oz. Tomahawk Rib-Eye, in addition to several new dishes such as a show-stopping 52 oz. Porterhouse complete with flaming bone marrow butter prepared tableside. American Cut Midtown also offers lunch service with a menu, adapted for daytime, that includes a three-course prix-fixe, as well as a wide selection of a la carte offerings ranging from sandwiches and large salads to a dedicated grilled fish section. American Cut’s 36-seat bar and lounge area comes alive with an interactive craft cocktail program along with a dedicated “Reserve” section to honor the spirit of the old school steakhouse experience, featuring whiskey-based classics. The wine list features a large selection of diverse varietals, with an emphasis on American producers.