Explore the rich casual dining offerings available in midtown. From gastropubs to ethnic fare, there is a restaurant perfectly suited for your next meal.

Bella Napoli (Italian)

130 Madison Avenue between 30th & 31st Streets


For over 15 years, Bella Napoli has delivered quality authentic Italian fare to New Yorkers. The restaurant is best known for its chicken parmigiana and thin sliced pizza.


Blue Smoke (BBQ)

116 East 27th Street between Park & Lexington


The brainchild of Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality group, Blue Smoke celebrates the diverse culinary traditions of the American South with a range of soulful barbeque classics alongside revived family recipes and new favorites.

Reservations Recommended


Chef 28 (Asian)

29 East 28th Street


Chef 28 boasts an expansive menu of Chinese and Japanese offerings allowing everyone in your party to satisfy their cravings.


Dos Caminos (Mexican)

373 Park Avenue South at 27th Street


Dos Caminos serves authentic and upscale Mexican cuisine, including fresh guacamole, delectable margaritas, and South of the Border staples like Asada Tacos and Mexico City-Style quesadillas.

Reservations Recommended


Eataly (Italian)

200 5th Avenue at 24th Street

Eataly is a massive Italian marketplace offering a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakeries, retail items and a cooking school.

Reservations Recommended


Haru (Japanese/Sushi)

220 Park Avenue South at 18th Street


A New York icon offering trendy sushi stylings and Asian fusion dishes.

Reservations Recommended


Hill Country (BBQ)

30 West 26th Street


Hill Country honors Texas, the live music capital of the United States, and takes its “cue” from the state’s legendary meat-markets turned barbecue-joints with their distinctive, dry-rub style.

Reservations Recommended


Markt (Belgian)

676 Sixth Avenue at 21st Street


A buzzing brasserie that prides itself on a traditional seafood-based menu, as well as offering other classic European fare like beef tartare and steak frites.

Reservations Recommended


Sarabeth’s (American)

381 Park Avenue South at 27th Street


Crafting fresh, wholesome, and delicious fare, Sarabeth’s has earned a warm spot in the hearts of native New Yorkers and out of town visitors alike. Whether you’re craving fluffy French toast or a healthier option like strawberry & banana granola – there’s something on the menu for everyone.

Reservations Recommended


Shake Shack (American)

Madison Square Park between 23rd Street & Madison Ave


Shake Shack has grown from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park to a rapidly expanding burger empire. While Shake Shack is known for their burgers, they recently released an exceptional chicken sandwich.