From fine dining to fast casual, Dinova's Restaurant Marketplace offers a wide variety of cuisine types and price points to choose from. Here is a taste of what is around your office location in the NYC area.
Rosa Mexicano was established in 1984, with New York Magazine applauding them for introducing New Yorkers to a “hitherto unfamiliar, elevated version of Mexican cuisine.” Thirty years later, with restaurants from coast to coast, Rosa Mexicano’s award-winning dishes remain faithful to their traditional roots while incorporating regional accents and inspired innovation. You’ll know just what we’re talking about when you try their Pomegranate Margaritas or Guacamole en Molcajete, made in a traditional lava-rock mortar and prepared tableside.
John's of Times Square has been voted one of New York's best pizzas because of its unique characteristics. All pizzas are made to order in one of their four coal-fired brick ovens and like a cast iron pan, their ovens season with age, making no two pizzas the same.
The culinary team at Junoon presents a menu of traditional and contemporary Indian cuisine that showcases the centuries of India’s culinary history while exploring the future of this classic cuisine. The core of their menu is traditional cuisine from the vast culinary regions of India that features the most celebrated elements of Indian cooking techniques, with appetizers and tasting menus that reflect Junoon’s modern interpretations.
Brasserie Ruhlmann is centrally located in New York’s Rockefeller Center. The stylish dining room is bathed in golden lighting and wrapped in mahogany wood, accented with red velvet chairs and crisp, white tablecloths. It’s a prime location for business lunches, relaxed dinners, holiday celebrations and private events.
At Madangsui, the barbecue grill is the center of the action, offering Korean barbecue with spicy and salty flavors that no once can resist, along with the fun of wrapping your own individual barbeque sandwiches.
Hakkasan's dishes inspired by local flavours and influences have been created exclusively for the New York clientele, and include Stir-fry lobster with wild mushroom XO sauce, and Truffle braised egg noodle with enoki mushroom.
Ceci Italian Cuisine brings gusto to Times Square with authentic Italian flavor within a rustic, hospitable atmosphere. Whether it's a client lunch or after-work Happy Hour, Ceci has got everything you need to make it memorable. Every meal is cooked fresh and is complimented with a great wine list, full bar and excellent service.
Just steps from Times Square and Broadway, O'Brien's is located in the heart of New York City. Enjoy a traditional Irish dish while relaxing in one of their two bars.
Located in the heart of Times Square, St. Andrews Restaurant & Bar is New York City's original Scottish restaurant. Award winning and noted for it's authenticity, St. Andrews is a mid-priced steak & seafood house that also serves the finest of Scottish fare.
Don Antonio by Starita is where pizza fans can indulge in an expansive assortment of more than 60 traditional and creative, wood-fired Neapolitan pies, crafted from the finest ingredients, including homemade mozzarella. Highlights include a selection of pizze fritte (lightly fried pizza), such as the “Montanara Starita”.
Set thirty stories up in the heart of Times Square South, The Skylark delivers a classically-styled cocktail lounge with expansive panoramic views of the Hudson River, Hudson Yards, Times Square, The Empire State Building, and the best of Midtown Manhattan. Drinks and food at The Skylark are as distinctive as the space itself. The light fare options include a variety of small plates – perfect for an after-work or evening bite.
Pig 'N' Whistle is located on West 36th Street, in the heart of the fashion district. From the oak bar and paneling on back bar, upstairs bar that is available for private parties and balcony overlooking 36th street, Pig 'N' Whistle is perfect for business lunches or corporate parties.
Tagine's kitchen is dynamic, baking its own semolina bread daily, and encasing its own lamb merguez. A variety of 'Tagines' are featured at the restaurant. There are several different cous cous selections on the menu, and mouthwatering house specialties include "bastilla", a Moroccan pheasant pie, and "moquadimat," a selection of appetizers,
Since its inception in 1996, Uncle Jack's has become legendary for unsurpassed consistency and quality. Serving the best steak in New York means featuring the finest USDA Prime Beef, cut to their exact specifications and aged between 28-35 days. World famous Kobe steaks, and a full menu of the finest foods available, are just a few more reasons why Uncle Jack's has become a steakhouse landmark without equal.
The cornerstone of the Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House menu is aged USDA Prime Beef. They serve only the best hand-cut steaks, chops and freshest seafood, including Australian coldwater lobster tails.
Conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan on Fifth Avenue at 45th Street, Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar is the ideal location for lunch, dinner or Happy Hour. This two-story flagship offers something for everyone: the hip, intimate Marlin Bar features barrel-aged rum and hand-crafted cocktails, while the light, bright second-floor dining room feels like an oasis in the midst of the urban jungle.