West Side Rag »Lincoln Square reopens accelerate, with the return of 5 restaurants
Posted on October 23, 2021 at 8:06 am by Carol Tannenhauser
The Lincoln Square section of the Upper West Side, spanning West 59th to West 72nd, from park to park, is arguably New York’s arts and culture hub. The Lincoln Square Business Improvement District (BID), which maintains and improves the neighborhood, reports that it has “come back to life,” fueled by the reopening of Lincoln Center, the opening of several new stores and restaurants, and the latter. time. weeks, the reopening of the following gastronomic establishments.
Atlantic Grill (50 W. 65th St. between Broadway and Central Park West) – Run by new owners, the Monte Carlo Hospitality Group and Michelin-starred chef Antonio Salvatore, the new menu features fresh seafood and gourmet meats, with a Mediterranean touch, in a redesigned and more intimate space (212) 362-7800. We talked about it here.
Boulud South (20 West 64th St between Broadway and Central Park West) – Chef Daniel Boulud’s Mediterranean-inspired restaurant reopened just in time for the opera. (212) 595-1313
The Grand Level restaurant inside the Metropolitan Opera (30 Lincoln Center Plaza) – Recently reopened for dinner, and guests don’t need a Metropolitan Opera ticket for dinner. 212-799-3400
Lincoln Ristorante (142 W. 65th St. at Lincoln Center Plaza) – Now reopened for dinner with a brand new fall menu featuring amazing dishes including branzino and Black Angus filet mignon. 212-359-6500
PJ Clarke, Lincoln Square (44 W. 63rd St. at Columbus Ave) – reopened in September, PJ’s famous Parmesan truffle sliders and fries are back, Thursday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. 212.957.9700. We talked about it here.