Top 5 places where to eat after the concert of Alan Gilbert in New York

After one of the farewell concerts of Alan Gilbert as director of New York Philharmonic, it is important to find a nice place to spend a good evening. That is why we have prepared top 5 places where to eat after the concert.


1.The Grand Tier Restaurant

The Grand Tier Restaurant is located near one of the most impressive cultural destinations in the whole world. Located inside Lincoln Center’s Metropolitan Opera House, it is a tribute to elegance and artistry. Enjoy contemporary American cuisine at pre-curtain or during intermission, in an atmosphere highlighted by huge and amazing chandeliers and original masterpieces by Marc Chagall. The nearest and the best place to have a great dinner after the concert.

You can book a table in The Grand Tier Restaurant here.

2.Lincoln Ristorante

They offer Chef’s interpretation of Italian cuisine in New York at Lincoln Center. They source the best local ingredients and prepare them with authentic Italian methods and spirit. The restaurant relies on local farmers and purveyors along with weekly visits to neighborhood Tucker Square Greenmarket, while importing irreplaceable items from Italy. They stick to the Italian culinary tradition of making their own fresh pastas, grissini, and focaccia. Desserts are beautiful renditions of Italy’s classics: light, lush and irresistible. A focus and commitment to freshness and respect for every ingredient is paramount in our daily life.

You can book a table in Lincoln Ristorante here.

3.Lincoln Center Kitchen

A classic American restaurant. This easily accessible restaurant includes best culinary traditions of the city. The kitchen focuses on the local flavors and global inspirations. Ingredients of the highest quality, simple preparations, and emphasis on seasonal and local sourcing are the hallmarks of this American menu. Wonderful drinks of different type are also on the menu.

You can book a table in Lincoln Center Kitchen here.

4.Atlantic Grill

Atlantic Grill has been part of the B.R. Guest family since opening on the Upper East Side in 1998. Eighteen years later, it is still a local favorite where you can enjoy fresh seafood dishes and signature service in polished surroundings. Simplicity is the key to Atlantic Grill. The restaurant does a very good job at grilling fish. Cooked seafood acquits itself in fine modern-American style.

You can book a table in Atlantic Grill here.

5.Bould Sud

Boulud Sud is a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant featuring flavors that travel the entire Mediterranean region from the shores of Southern France to the coast of North Africa and beyond. There is an emphasis on fish and an abundance of vegetables, as well as regional spices and seasonings. The Mid-Century Modern interior, including a spacious bar and lounge, is decorated in tones of sunflower yellow and slate grey. The light-filled space is framed by floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, pear-wood paneling and terrazzo floors, as well as works by famed artist Vik Muniz. The restaurant, with an entrance on West 64th Street, is just steps from Manhattan’s Lincoln Center so it will not a problem for you to get there after the concert.

You can book a table in Bould Sud here.