Waldorf Astoria area?
Looking for something good, any cuisine, near the Waldorf Astoria, walking distance preferred.
The Waldorf is at 49th and Park.
We'll be a party of 5 and one child. We prefer not -too- fancy or expensive, though that area is tough for that. As well, since our schedule is up in the air, we'd prefer no reservations.
Anything? I know this area is tough with those requirements. I'm thinking dinner with drinks and tip at $50 a person max?
Are any of the several restaurants in the hotel any good? There are like 5...
Thanks, I guess the area is considered "midtown" and " Murray Hill".
For Mexican: Zarela's:
953 2nd Ave | Btwn 50th & 51st St
For Italian: Havent been here in awhile but it was decent years ago..
145 E 49th St, New York 10017
Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave
Lebanese: Havent been here in awhile but really liked it about 3 years ago..
827 3rd Ave, New York 10022
Btwn 50th & 51st St
Japanese cooked food:Yakitori
213 E 45th St | Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave
Your average type of bar food.. My dad would grab a burger here often when staying at the Waldorf..
805 3rd Ave- Btwn 49th & 50th St
246 E 51st St | Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave
Japanese, even though I have banned them, I would tell you Haru isnt bad..
I would tell you to avoid Lasagne Factory or something like that. Any thai in the area. And the one italian restaurant on the corner of 50th and 3rd.. Forgot the name, but stay away!
Hey, have a good trip..
Maybe the Cafe at St. Bart's. I have only been there when the weather ws nice and we ate outside, but I thought it was a cute place that may fit your needs.
There is a Houston's close (maybe 53rd / 54th and 3rd) that would probably work out too....it is actually a nice chain with good food and they had some light music in the bar the last time I was there, which was nice.
On 48th between Madison & 5th Avenue is a place called Mangia
there are a few scattered around the city. When you walk in on street level it looks just like a take out place. However, in the middle of the store is a staircase leading to the second floor. You can sit and enjoy well within your budget. Main thing is a "unlimited antipasto bar" which is great and priced about $15...enjoy!
Midtown is correct...Murray Hill is around the 34th Street area and lower on the east side.
Poster should realize that this is bascially an upscale buffet. You choose your food, pay by weight and carry it upstairs. It is not a dining 'experience', but it is good quality food and one of the few options in that direct 'hood for "dinner with drinks and tip at $50 a person max". That is a very hard budget to maintain.