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The Lobster Club (Japanese restaurant)98 E 53rd St
The Lobster Club is most popular around 6 PM on Tuesdays. It's most quiet on Saturdays.
The Lobster Club is a Japanese Brasserie by Major Food Group, the same team behind Carbone and THE GRILL. Designed by Peter Marino, this concept celebrates a unique interpretation of Japanese cooking with an emphasis on sushi and teppanyaki while using classic techniques like tempura, gyoza, yakitori, and robata . Sushi fish is sourced through longstanding relations with Tokyo's Tsukiji market ensuring the highest level of quality.
Yakitori Torishin (Japanese restaurant)362 W 53rd St
Yakitori Torishin is most popular around 7 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 2,5 hours here. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.
In Japanese, “Tori” means “Chicken” or “Bird” and “Shin” means “Spirit”. Torishin is a Japanese Yakitori (grilled chicken) restaurant, but it’s not just an ordinary restaurant. Torishin started its history in Tokyo, and earned compliments from our clients in the fiercely competitive Tokyo dining scene. Our dream was to share this experience with the Big Apple when we opened our first restaurant in 2007 on 1st Ave.
The Terrace (Restaurant)701 7th Ave 9th floor
The Terrace is most popular around 7 PM on Saturdays. Visitors usually stay 1,5-3 hours here. It's most quiet on Sundays.
The Terrace Restaurant is a casual, all-day eatery inspired by the French brasseries and American chophouses chef & restaurateur John Fraser worked at early in his career. The hearty menu includes homemade pastas, steaks, and chops as well as a variety of vegetable dishes, always a signature of Fraser’s restaurants. The Outdoor Gardens offer guests the opportunity to dine perched above Times Square, overlooking the action below.
Sushi Seki (Sushi restaurant)1143 1st Ave.
Sushi Seki is most popular around 7 PM on Saturdays. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.
The birthplace of Sushi Seki. Founded in 2002, the original location still exudes charm and familiarity, as well as its reputation as a late night den, hosting New York's elite from the worlds of music, fashion and entertainment until 2:30am nightly, as well as a plethora of well-known chefs. The original Sushi Seki is a haven for those that call the Upper East home.
The Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare (Restaurant)431 W 37th St
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