Experience Iconic New York at Gramercy Tavern
After more than 2 decades, Gramercy Tavern remains one of New York City’s best-rated restaurants for a reason. Serving up elevated rustic fare from an open, wood-burning grill and offering white-glove service to its patrons, The Tavern is the brainchild of famed restaurateur Danny Meyer. An ever-evolving seasonal menu showcases the restaurant's relationships with local farms and purveyors, but don’t worry—the iconic “Tavern Burger” is a staple at any time of day or night.
La Maison is a sweet little pastry and macaron shop, reminiscent of those you’d find on a cobblestoned village in the South of France, with bright lavender wallpaper, a few leather sofas, plus some table seating. But more importantly, really good, authentically French “stuffed croissants” and of course, macarons—available in a myriad of flavors from vanilla to champagne, fig to apple calvados. Crispy yet so tender to the palate, each macaron is made by hand to true perfection.
42 E 20th Street, Manhattan
La Maison du Macaron
132 W 23rd Street, Manhattan