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Top 5 Restaurants in Flatiron and Gramercy Park, NYC


There are so many great restaurants in New York City, often making it very hard to decide where to go. If you happen to be in the Gramercy or Flatiron area of New York City you can count on the following restaurants. Some popular hotspots include:

  1. Eataly NYC Flatiron - This fun Italian marketplace offers a variety of fresh and authentic Italian dishes including pizza, pasta, and other classics. You can also find a cafe for Italian coffee, pastries and a market to buy various food items.
  2. Junoon - If you are in the mood for Indian food, don't miss this popular, modern Indian cuisine. Junoon is known for its elegant ambiance and delicious food.
  3. ABC Kitchen - This farm-to-table restaurant is one of my favorites. A Jean-Georges restaurant that serves creative and sustainable cuisine in a stylish setting.
  4. Gramercy Tavern - A Danny Meyer restaurant known for its seasonal and tasting menus, bustling bar scene, and warm hospitality. Gramercy Tavern offers delivery and takeout if you can't make it there in person.
  5. Pete's Tavern - One of New York's oldest bars and restaurants established in 1864. Pete's Tavern was known as a refuge for short story writer, O. Henry. He supposedly wrote the "Gift of the Magi" in a booth at Pete's Tavern in 1905 when the tavern was known as Healy's.

Interested in learning more about the food scene in Flatiron and Gramercy and the surrounding communities? Contact the J Brigham Team. The J Brigham Team offers 18+ years of expertise and dedication in New York City and can help ease the process of finding the perfect place in downtown New York or throughout New York's various neighborhoods.

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