Classic American dishes with a twist of contemporary and the iconic Empire Diner design is the perfect fit for the Chelsea crowd. In the trusted hands of Chef John Delucie refined quality ingredients meet traditional diner favorites.
If your looking for an elegant French cuisine with a dwelling sense of fashion – Bagatelle is the place to be. Not only has it been the setting for some exquisite collection shows but it’s a short walk from nearby fashion show venues and Chelsea Piers.
Russ & Daughters Cafe
Lead by the 4th generation of the Russ family, the Russ & Daughters Café is not just an appetizing store. What the customers describe as “the best bagels in New York city” is evoked by the timeless appeal of “Haimish” food and lack of pretense. If you have a thing for smoked fish, bagels or Jewish food in general Russ & Daughters is a must to check out.
Feeling like recreating Breakfast at Tiffany’s opening scene? Then you have to go to Daily Provisions and taste their freshly baked goods and breakfast sandwiches. This all-day café near Union Square offers everything you’ll need to dine in or take away.
A restaurant dedicated to Moroccan–style couscous is worth stepping out to the West Village. The 30- seat space full of vivid patterns and colors brings you the instant feel of Middle Eastern love for food and taste. Although Kish-Kash offers salads and hummus, couscous, made entirely by hand, is the main event.