This 90s Restaurant Is Open 24/7—And Is Always A Good Idea
District Local is a seasonal tapas restaurant with a wide selection of beers, craft cocktails, and curated wines. We think tapas are the ideal way to spend date night. You get to try more things and there’s something romantic about sharing. Win/win. Using the best ingredients, sourced seasonally and locally, you can expect to find modern takes on classics—see their regularly updated menu here. We say go for the $34 tasting menu—it's three plates per person, each layered upon the next so that they tell a story.
A New York institution by now, the iconic bar and restaurant Cafeteria got it right from the get-go—serving food and drinks during weekend brunches to late night noshing with sidewalk seating and a good crowd—24/7. They opened the doors in 1997, and it feels like you’re stepping right back to the ’90s when you’re there, with those plastic tables and chairs (you’ll know what we mean when you see them) and a “contemporary modern” aesthetic.
72 7th Avenue, Chelsea
119 7th Avenue, Chelsea