How To Make It In America 2/5/10A massive, shiny tri-level Meatpacking player that's two parts restaurant, one part basement lounge. Photo-ready clientele and a juicy burger.
Abe & Arthur's
409 W 14th Street
New York, NY 10014
Eats & Drinks
You're not spending an evening the Meatpacking District for the food. But, if you're going out there anyway, why not enjoy a great meal? This upper level to the ever-packed club SL, is backed by nightlife gurus, Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum. The crowd is perpetually model-heavy but the food is not for tepid eaters. Try the Black Angus Sliders ($13) for a light appeatizer or the Dry-Aged New York Strip Steak ($45) for a more significant meal. If you have a partner to share with- and a few dollars to burn- you can't do better than the 21-day Dry-Aged Prime Porterhouse ($98)
Gansevoort Hotel Group 1/19/11Great place to get your night, out on the town, started with some terrific cocktails, tuna tartare tacos, roasted chicken and, of course, their amazing french toast bread pudding. Thank us later!
Lawrence M.7/15/10You have to try the tuna tartar apetizer. It's delicious.
Christina A.2/16/10The food is second to the cougar hunting entertainment. It's like Discovery channel up in here.
Kevin B.12/18/09Don't fall down through the glass panel when you're coming down the stairs...