Manhattan Restaurants near St. Patrick's Cathedral

Our list of the best food near St. Patrick's Cathedral. Our top pick: Tao.
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  • St. Patrick's Cathedral

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    460 Madison Ave
    A big, grand Catholic church.
    Midtown food nearby
  • Tao

    Tao

    42 E 58th St
    Find us on twitter: @TaoNY
    Midtown
  • Sparks Steak House

    Sparks Steak House

    210 E 46th St
    Welcome to the official Facebook page of Sparks Steak House.
    Midtown
  • 21 Club

    21 Club

    21 W 52nd St
    By Orient-Express. Once a glamorous speakeasy, today '21' is one of the most celebrated restaurants in New York. With two restaurants and ten private event rooms, ‘21’ is the perfect spot for cocktails, lunch, dinner, or that next important event.
    Midtown
  • Lavo

    Lavo

    39 East 58th Street
    Italian restaurant by day, nightclub at night. Las Vegas and New York.
    Midtown
  • Ma Peche

    Ma Peche

    15 W 56th St
    www.momofuku.com momofuku means lucky peach.
    Midtown
  • Quality Meats

    Quality Meats

    57 W 58th St
    Quality Meats, designed by AvroKO (PUBLIC, Stanton Social, Sapa), is open for business in midtown Manhattan. Classic New York butcher references are also evident throughout the contemporary menu and decor.
    Central Park
  • Rouge Tomate

    Rouge Tomate

    10 E 60th St
    Rouge Tomate is an urban retreat for those who love Food, Health, Beauty and the Environment.To sign up for our newsletter and receive news and offers: http://rougetomatenyc.com/newsletterFor reservations: http://www.rougetomatenyc.com/
    Midtown
  • Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    Uncle Jack's Steakhouse

    44 W 56th St
    Welcome to Uncle Jack's, New York's Best Steakhouse.
    Midtown
  • Russian Tea Room

    Russian Tea Room

    150 W 57th St
    Six minutes and twenty-three seconds from Lincoln Center and slightly to the left of Carnegie Hall.
    Midtown
  • Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien

    Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien

    119 W 56th St
    Burgers made to order with all the fixins, Fries, Homemade Brownies, Soda, Milkshakes after 3PM (our version of high tea), Sam Adams on tap, Wine, Coffee and Tea.
    Midtown
  • Benjamin Steakhouse

    Benjamin Steakhouse

    52 E 41st St
    Rated as one of the top Steakhouses in New York, Benjamins supplies cousine with perfection, attention and finesse. @BenjaminSteak. Our Westchester Location! www.facebook.com/BenjaminSteakhouseWestchester
    Midtown
  • China Grill

    China Grill

    60 W 53rd St
    Welcome to the place that started it all.
    Midtown
  • Benoit

    Benoit

    60 W 55th St
    Chez toi Benoit on boit festoie en rois!
    Midtown
  • Pera Mediterranean Brasserie

    Pera Mediterranean Brasserie

    303 Madison Ave
    Voted BEST ETHNIC RESTAURANT - OurTownNY.com Readers' Choice Poll
    Midtown
  • Circo

    Circo

    120 W 55th St
    "When we opened Circo in 1996, our business plan was simple, Dad's Hospitality, Mom's Food, run by the sons." - Marco www.circonyc.com / 212.265.3636 / @CircoRestaurant
    Midtown
  • Smith & Wollensky

    Smith & Wollensky

    797 3rd Ave
  • Sushi Yasuda

    Sushi Yasuda

    204 E 43rd St
  • The Four Seasons Restaurant

    The Four Seasons Restaurant

    99 E 52nd St
    The Four Seasons is a restaurant in New York City located at 99 East 52nd Street, in the Seagram Building.
    Midtown
  • Smith & Wollensky

    Easton Town Center4145 The Strand W
    Smith & Wollensky is the name of several high-end American steakhouses, with locations in New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Columbus, Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Washington D.C.. The first Smith and Wollensky steakhouse was founded in 1977 by Alan Stillman, best known for creating T.G.I. Friday's, and Ben Benson, who later opened his own steakhouse at 123 West 52nd Street, in a distinctive building on 49th Street & 3rd Avenue. Many of the restaurants have a wooden exterior with its trademark green and white colors. The individual Smith and Wollensky restaurants operate using slightly varied menus. In 1997, Ruth Reichl, then-restaurant reviewer for the New York Times, called Smith & Wollensky "A steakhouse to end all arguments.".
    Midtown
  • Smith & Wollensky

    101 Arlington St
    Smith & Wollensky is the name of several high-end American steakhouses, with locations in New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Columbus, Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Washington D.C.. The first Smith and Wollensky steakhouse was founded in 1977 by Alan Stillman, best known for creating T.G.I. Friday's, and Ben Benson, who later opened his own steakhouse at 123 West 52nd Street, in a distinctive building on 49th Street & 3rd Avenue. Many of the restaurants have a wooden exterior with its trademark green and white colors. The individual Smith and Wollensky restaurants operate using slightly varied menus. In 1997, Ruth Reichl, then-restaurant reviewer for the New York Times, called Smith & Wollensky "A steakhouse to end all arguments.".
    Midtown
  • Le Pavillon Hotel

    Le Pavillon Hotel

    833 Poydras St
    Le Pavillon was a New York City restaurant that defined French food in the United States from 1941 to 1966.
    Midtown
  • Maloney & Porcelli

    Maloney & Porcelli

    37 E 50th St
    Fourth Wall Restaurants was founded by acclaimed father-son restauranteurs Alan and Michael Stillman in 2007. The group is comprised of upscale restaurants in New York City, including the flagship Smith & Wollensky location, Maloney & Porcelli, Park Avenue Summer, The Post House and Quality Meats.
    Midtown
  • Rue 57

    Rue 57

    60 W 57th St
    | Brasserie Parisienne et Sushi Bar
    Midtown
  • Bice

    Bice

    7 E 54th St
    Elegant casual Italian dining in midtown New York City. Conveniently located on 54th Street between Madison Avenue and 5th Avenue
    Midtown
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