Experience New York like a local this season and dine at these hidden local gems just steps from Manhattan's Theater District.
At Molyvos, Chef Jim Botsacos has been serving soulful Greek cuisine for nearly 16 years. Named for the traditional seaside village on the Greek island of Lesvos, Molyvos takes its guests on a multi-sensory journey to the Aegean Sea and all of its bounty and beauty via Greek classics, utilizing authentic and nostalgic flavors created by acclaimed Executive Chef/Partner Jim Botsacos, and the restaurant is also home to the largest all-Greek wine list in the US. Garnering both local and national acclaim, Molyvos received 3-stars from the New York Times, and was named one of Esquire's Best New Restaurants in 1997.
871 Seventh Avenue (between 55th & 56th Streets)
Abboccato serves some of the city's finest, home-style Italian cuisine, where guests can enjoy homemade pastas, specialty cocktails, desserts, and more. Offering diners a true taste of Italy, which is representative of the diverse regions of Italy, from Sicily to Lombardi. The cozy 75-seat restaurant provides a chic hideaway, including the Terazza which features floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto 55th Street.
136 West 55th Street, (between 6th & 7th Avenues)