Top 5 restaurants near the Carnegie Hall in New York

Here you will find the nearest places to the Carnegie Hall. Also, here is all needed information about these institutions, the menu, location, and when to visit these places.

Kingside

Kingside, located on the street level of Viceroy Central Park New York, features Chef Marc Murphy’s interpretation of New American Cooking, alongside Gerber’s renowned bar program of handcrafted cocktails. The accessible menu takes its inspiration from Murphy’s childhood, highlighting items that trace back to his French heritage, Italian roots, American schooling and his love of travel. In addition to an extensive raw and crudo bar, appetizers include a variety of toasts, charcuterie and cheeses, salads and small plates, while larger entrees feature pastas, fish and meats with an emphasis on sharing, including some items, such as a 32 oz. Cowboy Ribeye and a Roasted Chicken meant to be ordered for two.

The wine program at Kingside emphasizes the global scope of the menu with an international selection of approximately 100 bottles of sparkling, white and red, offered by the half and full bottle, as well as the quartino.

The bar at Kingside, located in the front of the restaurant, features an extensive selection of regionally brewed craft beers, as well as a wide range of small-batch spirits and liquors. The cocktail menu includes an ever-changing selection of innovative cocktails highlighting market fresh ingredients in addition to classic cocktails with a modern twist.

Trattoria Dell’Arte

The restaurant is designed to evoke an Italian artist’s studio with oversized sculptures and drawings and a wall gallery of famous Italian noses.Enjoy the elaborate antipasto bar, with 32 vegetables, and 12 seafood options, as well as all of our pastas, local fish, prime steaks and don’t forget our famous signature thin-crust pizza.

They are directly across the street from Carnegie Hall, and close to Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle, City Center 55th Street Theater, and are in the heart of the Midtown Hotel district around Central Park and 59th Street, by The Essex House, Le Parker Meridien, The London, Hilton New York, and Sheraton New York. We’re nearby many Broadway Theaters as well, including the Winter Garden, the Neil Simon, and the Gershwin – it is a perfect place for pre and post-concert or theater dining.

Trattoria Dell’Arte has private dining space available: the intimate Candle and Bomarzo rooms downstairs and the Wine Room upstairs, just off the dining room, as well as our new Club Carnegie. There are menus to match many budgets.

 Redeye Grill

Redeye Grill is an updated classic American restaurant. The warm tones, polished nickel and leather, along with our original Red Grooms artwork creates a sophisticated, timeless and comfortable atmosphere.

Redeye Grill is open Monday 11:30 am – 10:30 pm, Tuesday through Friday 11:30 am – 11:30 pm, Saturday 11:00 am – 11:30 pm, and Sundays 11:00 am – 10:30 pm.

Red’s Lounge features an 88-foot mural by the world-renowned artist Red Grooms. Hear live music nightly starting at 6:00 pm and enjoy a cocktail designed by mixologist Brian Van Flandern.

The circular cocktail, sushi and oyster bars overlook the dining room and Red’s Lounge – the impressive raw bar features oysters, stone crabs, king crab, shrimp, clams and of course, sushi.

Their world-class location directly across the street from Carnegie Hall is also close to Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle and City Center 55th Street Theater. It is close to many Broadway Theaters as well, including the Winter Garden, Neil Simon and Gershwin. With all of this nearby, it is a perfect place for pre and post-concert and theater dining, or enjoy cocktails in Red’s Lounge.

Brooklyn Dinner

It’s not cutsey. It’s not trendy. The Brooklyn Diner is the perfect place for breakfast, lunch and dinner – it’s the food you really want to eat. It’s that feeling of going back to the old neighborhood, of Brooklyn, the best of New York.

Brooklyn Diner 57th Street is open Monday 8:00 am – 11:00 pm, Tuesday through Friday from 8:00 am – midnight, Saturday 7:00 am – midnight and on Sundays from 7:00 am – 11:00 pm. Brooklyn Diner 43rd Street is open Sunday and Monday from 8:00 am – 11:00 pm, and Tuesday through Saturday 8:00 am – midnight.

They have their famous chicken soup, baked mac & cheese, Chinese chicken salad and cheeseburger deluxe were all voted the “BEST OF NEW YORK” by New York Magazine.

P.J. Carney’s

In a city that boasts literally thousands of bars & pubs, one name is legendary:P.J. Carney’s. Since 1927, It has been a meeting place, a haven and refuge for New Yorkers from all walks of life: musicians and singers from Carnegie Hall, telephone repairmen, Broadway stars, journalists, hotel porters, etc. The mix of personalities you find here reflects the vitality of central Manhattan itself. People return here again and again. Even those who leave for other cities and countries come visit every time they are back in town. Why? Because P.J. Carney’s is more than a famous New York Institution. For many it is, quite simply, their home away from home.

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