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The Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare (Restaurant)431 W 37th St
Ritz Bar and Lounge (Bar)369 W 46th St
Docked on Restaurant Row, the naval-inspired Ritz comprises 2 bars, bi-level backyard patio plus a street-facing patio space. Natural wood sets the stylish mood at this bi-level lounge. Exciting nightly shows and renown DJs make for an unparalleled dance club experience. Since it opened its doors in 2007, the Ritz endures as a top spot in the Hell’s Kitchen area.
Fuji Hibachi (Japanese restaurant)321 W 42nd St
Many years ago, I was a hibachi chef. When I came to New York City, I found it difficult to find a hibachi restaurant. Amazingly, I successfully brought the match to New Yorkers. Now, New Yorkers have a Japanese-style steakhouse in the center of Manhattan. We focus on the quality and source of the ingredients, where they can taste the delicious Japanese style hibachi style.
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