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Tanoshi Sushi

The city’s most sophisticated sushi connoisseurs have given their stamp of approval to this tiny ten-seat spot where sushi bar stools wobble and the omakase of Chef Toshio Oguma astonishes bite by bite. Each of the 13-courses served is an expression of simplicity and perfection, where textures and flavors have a mesmerizing effect. Reservations Recommended 

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Tanoshi Sushi

Tanoshi Sushi

The city’s most sophisticated sushi connoisseurs have given their stamp of approval to this tiny ten-seat spot where sushi bar stools wobble and the omakase of Chef Toshio Oguma astonishes bite by bite. Each of the 13-courses served is an expression of simplicity and perfection, where textures and flavors have a mesmerizing effect. Reservations Recommended 

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Lexington Candy Shop

Dating back nearly a century, New York City’s oldest luncheonette brims with original antique touches that treat diners to the magic of a bygone era. Grab a counter stool and order an egg malted from the ice cream fountain for the ultimate experience.

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Lexington Candy Shop

Lexington Candy Shop

Dating back nearly a century, New York City’s oldest luncheonette brims with original antique touches that treat diners to the magic of a bygone era. Grab a counter stool and order an egg malted from the ice cream fountain for the ultimate experience.

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Candle 79

Refined vegan and vegetarian comfort dishes shine at this sophisticated, serene restaurant. Opt for a large booth to savor a healthful meal, organic wine, and conversation with added privacy. Reservations Recommended 

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Close-up of a breadboard holding vegan flatbread. Candle 79 is a restaurant located just a short distance away from The Surrey Hotel.

Candle 79

Refined vegan and vegetarian comfort dishes shine at this sophisticated, serene restaurant. Opt for a large booth to savor a healthful meal, organic wine, and conversation with added privacy. Reservations Recommended 

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J.G. Melon

Since 1972, this preppy corner pub has endured as one of Manhattan’s most celebrated burger destinations. With green checkered tablecloths, paneled walls, and tin ceilings, authentic character throughout makes straightforward (and excellent) hamburgers, cottage fries, and chili even more enjoyable. Reservations Recommended 

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J.G. Melon

Since 1972, this preppy corner pub has endured as one of Manhattan’s most celebrated burger destinations. With green checkered tablecloths, paneled walls, and tin ceilings, authentic character throughout makes straightforward (and excellent) hamburgers, cottage fries, and chili even more enjoyable. Reservations Recommended 

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Daniel

Truly masterful from its grand neo-classical architecture and contemporary furnishings to its ever-gracious service to its new French fare and world class wines, Chef Daniel Boulud’s Michelin-starred Daniel exemplifies formal dining at its finest. The artful plating, seasonal flavors, and beautifully choreographed service are worthy of celebration unto itself. Reservations Recommended 

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Press photograph of Cafe Boulud's Grand Chef, standing in front of his restaurant's entrance.

Daniel

Truly masterful from its grand neo-classical architecture and contemporary furnishings to its ever-gracious service to its new French fare and world class wines, Chef Daniel Boulud’s Michelin-starred Daniel exemplifies formal dining at its finest. The artful plating, seasonal flavors, and beautifully choreographed service are worthy of celebration unto itself. Reservations Recommended 

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Flex Mussels

Upper East Siders and critics concur: this is the premiere place for invigorating the palate with steaming cauldrons of mussels and globally influenced sauces. Nestled below street level, the dimly lit maritime-imbued hideaway will instantly transport you to a seafood shack on Prince Edward Island (the source of its hand-selected bivalves). Reservations Recommended 

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Close-up of mussels on ice, inside Flex Mussels Restaurant. This venue is a short distance away from The Surrey.

Flex Mussels

Upper East Siders and critics concur: this is the premiere place for invigorating the palate with steaming cauldrons of mussels and globally influenced sauces. Nestled below street level, the dimly lit maritime-imbued hideaway will instantly transport you to a seafood shack on Prince Edward Island (the source of its hand-selected bivalves). Reservations Recommended 

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Café Boulud

Holding exquisite reviews from The New York Times and Michelin Guide, Chef Daniel Boulud’s elegantly casual interpretation of Manhattan’s cafe society consistently delights. Here, the freshest seasonal market ingredients drive a unique twist on time-honored French cuisine. Its sidewalk terrace–only steps from Central Park–offers a prime view during lunch and dinner. Reservations Recommended 

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Perspective view of the Cafe Boulud dining room Square tables are placed around the room, each dressed in a white cloth. This room is warmly lit from round paneled lamps light the room. Photography by Paul Wagtouicz.

Café Boulud

Holding exquisite reviews from The New York Times and Michelin Guide, Chef Daniel Boulud’s elegantly casual interpretation of Manhattan’s cafe society consistently delights. Here, the freshest seasonal market ingredients drive a unique twist on time-honored French cuisine. Its sidewalk terrace–only steps from Central Park–offers a prime view during lunch and dinner. Reservations Recommended 

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Bar Pleiades

Tucked inside The Surrey lobby is Chef Daniel Boulud’s homage to the beloved French restaurant frequented by Manhattan’s 1970s and ‘80s art elite. With a design inspired by the Art Deco flair of Coco Chanel, Bar Pleiades envelops guests in chicness while serving an ever-changing mix of seasonal cocktails and Cafe Boulud fare with the...

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Bar Pleiades, inside The Surrey Hotel. Each of the stools has an upholstered black, with white scrawls of numbers. They are placed in order, one through five. In front, long clear shelving holds the bar's favorite drinks for mixing.

Bar Pleiades

Tucked inside The Surrey lobby is Chef Daniel Boulud’s homage to the beloved French restaurant frequented by Manhattan’s 1970s and ‘80s art elite. With a design inspired by the Art Deco flair of Coco Chanel, Bar Pleiades envelops guests in chicness while serving an ever-changing mix of seasonal cocktails and Cafe Boulud fare with the...

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Private Roof Garden

Seventeen floors above 76th Street sits our enchanting rooftop oasis reserved exclusively for guests of the hotel and members of our Patrons Club. The intimate, tranquil space makes for an exceptional spot in which to relish a lavender-scented breeze and sweeping Central Park and Upper East Side views, all the while sipping seasonal muddled lemonade,...

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A round table set up for a wine brunch, outside on The Surrey Hotel's private roof garden. Two rectangle cheese places are placed on the glass table, with twin glasses filled with red wine.

Private Roof Garden

Seventeen floors above 76th Street sits our enchanting rooftop oasis reserved exclusively for guests of the hotel and members of our Patrons Club. The intimate, tranquil space makes for an exceptional spot in which to relish a lavender-scented breeze and sweeping Central Park and Upper East Side views, all the while sipping seasonal muddled lemonade,...

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