Given its close proximity to the United Nations, this bright and airy restaurant in a luxury apartment complex overlooking the East River enlivens its classic American steakhouse menu—U.S.D.A. prime cuts of beef dry-aged on the premises—with appropriately international options, like a yellow corn Venezuelan tamale appetizer and a range of ceviches and pastas.
L (M-F), D (nightly)
This newly-renovated late-night Midtown fixture is known for its drumsticks and chicken wings—soy garlic or hot, or half and half—and also has a variety of house specialties on offer, including a secret-seasoning marinated bulgogi burger and plates of pork fat edamame and beef of pork dumplings. L & D (daily). $$