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A staple in its namesake neighborhood for 19 years, Hell's Kitchen is a favorite 'go to' spot for pre & post theater, meeting up with friends after work, or to celebrate a special occasion! Our midtown location boasts a festive Dia de los Muertos interior and a modern take on Mexico's culinary classics. Try our delectable trio of guacamole, with its variations in spice and texture, our renowned brussel sprout and mahi-mahi tacos, or our exquisite chilaquiles! Enjoy our sinfully delicious cocktails and specialty margaritas! Handcrafted with quality tequilas, freshly squeezed limes, and fruit purees--you'll positively taste the quality and freshness! Be sure and check out our haunting bathrooms--featuring giant skull mosaics with illuminated eyes!
Adjacent to the theater district, Hell's Kitchen has long been the home of actors and arts organizations. Pre- and post-theater crowds from nearby Broadway, tourists from Times Square and workers from office high-rises jam the international restaurants, bars and pubs along 8th and 9th avenues…
Adjacent to the theater district, Hell's Kitchen has long been the home of actors and arts organizations. It's also a hub of gay culture. Pre- and post-theater crowds from nearby Broadway, tourists from Times Square and workers from office high-rises jam the international restaurants, bars and pubs…
The famous Hell's Kitchen is the best place in New York to experience fine dinning with many great cafes and bars as well.
There are lots of restaurants here. It's an easy walk from Central Park South. After you are done eating, you can walk it off going west toward the Intrepid Battleship, the Hudson Yards.
“7 short blocks from 125th street, the busy shopping area. Shops include Gap Factory, Banana Republic, H&M, Old Navy, Staples, Marshalls, Mac cosmetics, DSW, Burlington Coat Factory, Bed Bath & Beyond, The World-Famous Apollo Theater and much more.”
“Yes Wall Street is here, but this is where you go for skyscraper bathing. Lots of interesting architecture. If you go down toward Water Street there bars and food. The South Street Sea Port if also not far. ”
“The posh, residential Upper East Side is known for its wealthy denizens, fancy restaurants and designer shops along Madison Avenue. It's a pretty neighborhood, with a mix of classic brownstones and upscale high-rises. Museum Mile, a stretch of 5th Avenue next to Central Park, draws crowds to cultural institutions that include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and El Museo del Barrio.”
“This is a trendy and hip neighborhood in Manhattan with good vibes, restaurants, and interesting shops. A great place to walk around, sightsee, and people watch. ”