SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
Tracks Raw Bar & Grill
Everyone knows there is a legendary raw bar in Grand Central, but
Penn Station can also boast about housing one as well. Tracks Raw
Bar & Grill was named “The best new raw bar in the city” by the
Daily News, and Newsday stated, “The clam chowder is outstanding.” Filled with railroad memorabilia, and staffed by the friendliest
bartenders in the city, you’d never know you were in the middle
of the busiest train station in America. In addition to exceptional
seafood, they also plate a terrific burger and fall-off-the-bone ribs.
Proud recipients of the coveted Guinness Gold Standard Award.
Penn Station . L.I.R.R. Lower Level
The visually stunning new Tony Chi-designed South Gate restaurant,
situated on Central Park South, adds a new dimension to the midtown Manhattan dining landscape. Celebrated chef Kerry Heffernan
creates a distinctive and seasonally inspired Modern American
menu, attracting both native New Yorkers and visitors alike. South
Gate transitions from a casual morning patisserie to a sleek sky-lit
lunch spot to a nighttime dining destination with “urban tavern”
intimacy. Enjoy rich, flavorful dishes that surprise your senses in
equally tasteful surroundings that showcase Central Park.
154 Central Park South
(located adjacent to the Jumeirah Essex House)
For reservations call 212-484-5120. 154southgate.com
Asia Nine Bar & Lounge
Tucked in a cozy Penn Quarter location by a bevy of popular theaters
and sites of interest, Asia Nine features authentic cuisine from China,
Thailand, Japan and more. The restaurant includes a spacious sushi
and oyster bar, dining area, cocktail bar and lounge set amid a colorful, contemporary backdrop. Over 40 sakes are offered as well as
signature cocktails and an approachable wine list. An intimate upstairs
private dining area is also available for any celebration.
915 E. Street N. W., Washington, D.C. Lunch and dinner daily;
Sunday brunch. Take out, delivery and valet parking.
For reservations call 202-629-4355. asianine.com