Restaurants

Angelo's Pizza

A coal-burning brick oven makes thin, crisp pizzas and calzones, while pastas and old-fashioned family-style Italian entrées, such as rigatoni alla vodka and homemade ravioli with pistachio sauce, round out the menu. L & D (daily). $$

Angus Club Steakhouse

Executive Chef Edward Avdyli uses only the finest USDA prime meat available to provide rich cuts of steak and chops. Succulent seafood dishes (including lobster tails, steam or broiled) are also served in this art-deco themed steakhouse that is also home to two bars. L (M-F), D (nightly). $$$

Antica Pesa

The flavors of Old Rome—in dishes such as homemade ricotta di Bufala gnocchi with butternut squash veloute, various imported Italian pastas, lemon and brioche crusted arctic char—are served in a sleek, modern dining room with occasional live jazz. D (nightly). $$$

Antonio's Trattoria

A sleek, welcoming spot offers baked ziti, braised and roasted short ribs, grilled pork chops and crispy brick-oven pizzas. L & D (daily). $$

Antonucci

Traditional Italian fare including soups, salads, pastas and various meat dishes, as well as a respectable list of wines by the glass. L & D (daily). $$$

AOA Bar & Grill

Euro-pub favorites fused with American staples, all cooked on a full-size Texas smoker. The menu offers a wide selection of beers and cocktails to be enjoyed at a spacious bar with 20 HD TVs. L & D (daily). $$

Aperitivo

Brick-oven pizzas (featuring their signature white pie with fig compote, blue cheese and prosciutto) and generous pastas (linguine with sautéed shrimp and garlic-herb bread crumbs) dominate a traditional menu. L & D (daily). $$

Aquagrill

Global offerings at this inviting restaurant include a citrusy Maine lobster salad and Casco Bay cod, plus some 15 different wines and champagnes by the glass. L (M-F), D (nightly), Brunch (Sa & Su). $$$

Aquavit

Refined, contemporary reinventions of seasonal Nordic classics are served at this Michelin-star rated restaurant with a clean, modern décor. L (M-F), D (M-Sa). $$$

Arabelle

The elegant Upper East Side restaurant is best for meat and fish lovers, with entrees like roasted halibut, braised short ribs and a 16oz pepper crusted prime rib eye. Arabelle also has a daily afternoon tea with a food menu complete with scones, quaint tea sandwiches and mini pastries. B (daily), L & D (Tu-Sa), Brunch (Su). $$$

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