New York


Upscale Neighborhood Italian Fare Babbo brings Italy to New York like no other restaurant. We admit we’re partial to this restaurant because one of our founder’s best friends used to live across the street. Before the chef became so famous, they would sit on her steps drinking wine and talking politics with Mario Batali. Like

Il Mulino

Old World Italian Dining This Greenwich Village gem is where the city’s elite go to enjoy an old-fashioned Italian meal. Celebrities like Barack Obama and George Clooney have been spotted entering the restaurant’s discretely curtained doors. There’s nothing showy about Il Mulino, except maybe the tuxedoed waiters. The seasoned staff excel at anticipating your every

Mark Joseph Steakhouse

The Best Steak in Manhattan Many say the best chop in the city is the 40 oz. Porterhouse at Brooklyn’s Peter Luger. But if you don’t want to cross the bridge to get there, its twin at Mark Joseph Steakhouse is a close second, served sizzling in its own juices. The co-owner spent some time

Shun Lee Palace

High-end Chinese in Midtown East The vibrant dining room at Shun Lee is a refreshing break from New York’s many steakhouses and Italian joints. Their tableside dishes and unique presentations make this one of our favorite places to take clients. Be sure to start off your night with a cocktail. The bar has a wide

Strip House

Good Clean Fun in Greenwich Village Strip House is the best time you’ll have in a steakhouse. For this Greenwich Village restaurant, it’s all about the space. Arrive a little early to grab a drink at the bar. From there, you walk down a flight of stairs into a speakeasy-style dining room. Comfortable leather booths