Following through on his announcement from earlier in the week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined NYC’s return to indoor dining at 25 percent capacity at a press conference earlier today. Indoor dining will officially resume on February 12th and restaurants will have to follow all the same rules that were in place when indoor dining first returned — at the same capacity — on September 30 last year. 

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Featured fine dining

David Burke Tavern is a modern American restaurant by award-winning Celebrity Chef David Burke. Situated on the first two stories of a stately townhouse on New York City’s Upper East Side, the restaurant showcases Burke’s creative and contemporary approach to classic fare – often show-stopping presentations.

135 E 62nd St, New York, NY 1006


A space where you are invited to share the cuisine, art and nightly revelry. Jue Lan features an incredibly flavorful Asian Raw Menu, numerous Dim Sum options along with classic Asian-Fusion dishes with a contemporary spin by the chef. 

49 W 20th St, New York, NY 10011

The restaurant sits inside of an old bank-clearing house, transformed into a modern Mediterranean inspired dining room with all furnishing and design aspects directly from Italy.

100 Broad St, NY, NY 10004 

Gnoccheria by Luzzo’s is the latest venture from Anisa Moloney featuring the culinary creations of her fiancé Executive Chef Michele Iuliano. Gnoccheria is sure to be a hit within the Luzzo’s collection of restaurants.

234 EAST 4TH ST NEW YORK, NY 10009

Atto offers lunch and dinner daily, along with all day bar and lounge dining. A la carte breakfast will be served Monday through Friday, while a buffet morning meal will be offered on weekends. 

120 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016 

Nestled in the “little slice of paradise” that is the historic Tudor City complex in Midtown Manhattan, this is a “next-generation” steakhouse with a menu that showcases premium prime dry-aged on-site beef specialties. 45 Tudor City Pl, New York, NY 10017