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Meeting some folks from ABC Studios? Or a client in the Columbus Circle area? Don?t fight Midtown. Instead cab up a few blocks to Avery Fisher Hall and relax over a plate of Skuna Bay salmon and basil mashed potatoes. Just check the schedule--lunch is served only on days with a matinee.
Lincoln Center Kitchen, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza (at 62nd St.); 212-874-7000 or lincolncenterkitchen.com
It?s baaack--this time under the direction of Food Network fave Geoffrey Zakarian. The renovated landmark is, of course, touting a signature afternoon tea service (starting at $65 a head), but we?ll let you in on a little secret: There?s an additional all-day menu from which you can order soups, salads and sandwiches à la carte.
The Palm Court at the Plaza, 768 Fifth Ave. (at 59th St.); 212-546-5300 or theplazany.com
Photo: The Wall Street Journal
Two things that are crowd-pleasers: Brussels sprouts and Mastro?s (at least, the latter, on the West Coast). Watch out for the steakhouse chain?s first Manhattan outpost to open on November 12. And bring your appetite.
Mastro?s Steakhouse, 1285 Ave. of the Americas (at 52nd St.); 212-459-1222 or mastrosrestaurants.com
Sometimes in life you’re forced to head far, far west. (We get it: The Chelsea gallery district is awesome. It’s also a massive pain to get to.) Compromise by meeting in Meatpacking at Catch, the buzzy nighttime spot that now opens at noon.
Catch, 21 Ninth Ave. (at W. 13th St.); 212-392-5978 or emmgrp.com
Photo: Chekmark Eats
Andrew Carmellini--the dude in charge of comfort-food spots like Bar Primi, Lafayette and the Dutch--is changing his tune at his latest venture, inside the revamped Smyth hotel. Come Thursday, Little Park will focus on lighter, local fare like beetroot tartar and dry-aged duck.
Little Park at the Smyth, 85 W. Broadway (at Chambers St.); 212-587-7000 or thompsonhotels.com
Photo: T magazine
Picking a restaurant is hard.
Picking a restaurant that will help you pitch a big idea is even harder. So we found some fabulous new lunch spots that are sure to make an impression.
Click through, find your desired neighborhood (yes, even you, far, far west Chelsea) and let the branzino do the talking.
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