If you find yourself looking for Italian food in the theater district, be sure to check out Ai Fiori in the Setai Hotel. The restaurant is the latest project of the well-known chef Michael White, who uses tastes inspired by the French to enhance the creative Italian menu.
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When you step into La Silhouette in Hell’s Kitchen, you’ll immediately feel like you’ve been transported to old-world Paris because of the food and atmosphere of this French-American restaurant. The menu offers a combination of not only French favorites but also new and creative approaches to traditional, American favorites.
Mehtaphor—which is creatively named for head chef Jehangir Mehta—gives customers a new take on Asian fusion by taking on a new, global cuisine. The menu offers a wide variety of “small plates” for those who are looking to try everything the restaurant has to offer, and a meat-free menu for vegetarians.
The view of East River from the garden plaza is reason enough to visit Riverpark, but the delicious take on American classics will likely have you coming back for more. Additionally, all the fresh produce comes from the Riverpark Farm at Alexandria Center—an on-location farm offering the freshest produce in New York City.
Rubirosa is perfect if you’re looking for family-style Italian food that you can enjoy with your entire family. While Rubirosa has made a name for themselves with their thin-crust, one-of-a-kind pizza, there’s an entire menu of Italian favorites. Not to mention, Rubirosa has a gluten-free menu, so anyone can enjoy.