2019-03-07 NYC's New Hudson Yards Dining Complex Features Top Chefs

New York City is getting a slew of new dining options on the West Side. Hudson Yards features a dining hub from 10th to 12th Avenues and 30th to 34th Streets with restaurants from marquee chefs including Thomas Keller, David Chang, Michael Lomonaco, Costas Spiliadis and Jose Andres. Most restaurants will be housed in a central 1-million square foot building. No major dining areas are housed on the ground floor because only luxury brands such as Cartier can afford the steep rents there. But the 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th floors feature a wide range of full-service fine-dining and casual dining restaurants, including a steakhouse and a fresh food market. The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards will open on March 15. Get the full story here. 

Hudson Yards Grill by Michael Lomonaco


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