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10 Popular New York City Restaurants That Celebrities Eat At

New York City is one of the US most popular visited cities by tourists. Not only does NYC have awesome attractions like the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Time Square it’s also popular with celebrities. Singers, actors, and athletes all come to eat at these 10 locations

If you want a better chance of spotting a celebrity and you happen to be in New York City. Check out these eateries where you are most likely to see one. What’s this? They are unable to flee at this time.

1. Maialino – 2 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10010

Given the owner’s prior role as Shake Shack’s head chef, Danny Meyer’s Romanesque trattoria at the Gramercy Park Hotel has a decidedly laid-back vibe. Although the cost of that parkside treasure is unquestionably more, the decor alone is worth it.

2. The Breslin – 16 West 29th Street New York, NY 10001

The Spotted Pig’s owner compares the Ace Hotel to the Breslin. A gastropub that was one of 2009’s most eagerly awaited restaurant openings. The decor is overtly British, and Sam Sifton of the Times describes it as “Hogwarts for hipsters,” which is a clever play on words.

3. Rockefeller Center – 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111

Rockefeller Center is renowned for being the hub of all activities in New York City. Offering everything from ice skating to shopping and 360-degree views of the city. Additionally, it shares a building with 30 Rockefeller Plaza, which is home to the studios for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Saturday Night Live. There are a lot of celebrities continually entering and exiting the set. So even if there aren’t many restaurants to choose from, if you stick around at the appropriate time, you’re almost certain to see one.

4. Locanda Verde – 377 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013

The Spotted Pig’s owner compares the Ace Hotel to the Breslin, a gastropub that was one of 2009’s most eagerly awaited restaurant openings. The decor is overtly British, and Sam Sifton of the Times describes it as “Hogwarts for hipsters,” which is a clever play on words.

5. Polo Bar – 1 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022

Since it opened on 55th Street and Fifth Avenue in late 2014, Ralph Lauren’s Polo Bar has been a haven of luxury. Because it’s so difficult for regular people to consume the overpriced but excellent Italian food here. The job is left to the rich and famous. If you’re lucky enough to get in, you’ll probably be seated next to some major A-listers.

6. Pastis – 52 Gansevoort St, New York, NY 10014

Pastas is a French bistro with a vibrant and stylish environment that is situated in the meatpacking district. We’ve heard that the soufflés, the “sexy” burger, and the lobster frites are all must-tries.

7. Lilia – 567 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Lilia is one of our favorite restaurants for Italian food, and it is situated in hip Williamsburg. Most recently, Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian were spotted there on a date on the weekend. However, celebrities frequently frequent it, and the menu is excellent. Some of our favorites are the Cacio e Pepe Frittelle, the Fettuccine with lamb sausage, and the Agnolotti stuffed with sheep milk cheese.

8. Sadelle’s – 463 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012

In the center of SoHo is the ideal brunch location. Among other delectable dishes on the menu at Sadelle’s are house-made bagels and smoked fish.

9. Gemma – 335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

The Bowery is now reserved for celebrities because CBGB and the majority of SROs have closed. One such example is the chic trattoria that Eric Goode and Sean MacPherson, two scene-loving restaurateurs, have tucked away inside the upscale Bowery Hotel (Waverly Inn, The Park). The menu is dominated by pasta, antipasti, cured meats and cheese, and other foods that feed the wood-burning oven.

10. Morandi – 211 Waverly Pl, New York, NY 10014

Car and limo businesses took note when Keith McNally, proprietor of Balthazar, expanded his kingdom of cool to the West Village because they knew the city’s hipperati would soon be swarming there. The simple and conventional menu at Morandi is in keeping with the restaurant’s arched brick and wood-beamed décor.