The Leopard at des Artistes, a sophisticated Italian restaurant located in the same address as the former icon of the Upper West Side Café des Artistes, is as beautiful and elegant as its predecessor. Sam Sifton, a former New York Times restaurant critic, once wrote that The Leopard at des Artistes is aimed at those seeking “fame through power” and not the other way around, which is why Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg and James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, have probably been seen dining here for dinner. Like apparently any other Keith McNally restaurant, Morandi is also a celebrity favorite. Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden were seen here asking for a very expensive bottle of wine, Sarah Jessica Parker is a regular, and Saturday Night Live student Maya Rudolph is also a fan of Morandi's rustic Italian food.
Enjoy dishes like hand-rolled spaghetti with lemon and parmesan and Sicilian-style meatballs with pine nuts and raisins at this popular West Village spot. So, look no further than these hotspots frequented by celebrities. There are a lot of famous favorites in the city, so we've compiled a list of 10 of our favorites. Book a break at one of these places on your next trip to enjoy an excellent meal with a possible side of spotting a famous person.
An Italian restaurant located in a glamorous retro space. You can't go wrong with a visit to Carbone. They are best known for their spicy Rigatoni vodka, but we also love Parmesan veal. More recently, Kanye and Julia Fox were spotted there during their infamous impromptu photo shoot, but tons of celebrities are dining there.
An exclusive dining experience from designer Ralph Lauren. The Polo Bar has an influx of famous visitors and offers classic American dishes on the menu. Established in 1956, this celebrity favorite offers Southern Italian food you can't miss in New York. Emilio's Ballato does not accept reservations and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.
Located in trendy Williamsburg, Lilia is one of our favorite places to eat Italian food. Most recently, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson were spotted out on a date there over the weekend. However, it is often frequented by celebrities, and you can't go wrong with this menu. Some of our favorites are agnolotti stuffed with cheese with sheep's milk, fettuccine with lamb sausage and Cacio e Pepe Frittelle.
Comfort French food in an intimate setting, a survivor of the 1980s continues to make Tribeca's most loved bistro menu. Just as the environment of the Odeon benefits from the intersection of the aesthetic sensibility of the early 20th century and modern gastronomic utensils, too. Balthazar, one of the worst kept secrets in SoHo, is perhaps the best adaptation of the Parisian brasseries of the turn of the century that Americans can or will manage, with a decoration that includes the exclusive red leather stools you would expect, striking aged mirrors and a. At Masa Takayama's restaurant of the same name, you won't find standard menus in the same way you'll find the standard sushi chef.
While he has been in the United States since 1980, working at his craft in Los Angeles and New York, Takayama's beginnings in Tokyo laid the groundwork and laid the groundwork and laid the groundwork. Keith McNally waved his magic wand and led this old stalker to new glory. The elegant bistro now seats 85 people in a classic setting defined by the same cohesive and subtly transporting aesthetic that has made other McNally companies, such as the Odeon and Balthazar, deceptively attractive. La Esquina (The Corner), a former corner delicatessen store shrouded in what looks like a roadside taqueria, houses perhaps the most secret restaurant in New York (with a semi-hidden phone number), hidden downstairs behind a door marked only for employees.
He has been seen here eating alone at the bar (we love an independent king) and sitting at one of their outdoor tables a couple of hours before they open. Going back almost two years, I think Deuxmoi fans have seen almost every celebrity dine at restaurants around the world.
New York Cityhas its fair share of celebrities, and these are the restaurants they usually frequent. Scattered around the city, Carmine's has been a celebrity hangout in New York for more than 25 years.
Since the bar is a celebration of the Ralph Lauren brand, you imagine that it is a fairly elegant space and that reservations are apparently quite limited, but once you arrive, no matter how it happens, you will most likely see an outstanding. One of their favorite restaurants is Lilia, which has become a meeting place for several celebrity couples, such as Anwar Hadid and Dua Lipa, and Chris Meloni and Mariska Hargitay (although they're not a couple unless you delve into some fan theories). The first two floors of the Lefrak building have been transformed into the 13,000 square-foot, 200-seat Nobu Outpost in Midtown. Taste the best Italian food in town and spot a celebrity or two while you're at it.
Cipriani Downtown, one of the trendiest celebrity spots in the city center, attracts many famous guests, including Victoria Beckham, Lindsey Lohan, Tara Reid, Jennifer Lopez and Pamela Anderson, among others. If you want to pair your meal with a celebrity touch, these restaurants attract the rich and famous better than any other restaurant in New York City. This New York monument has one of the best views of the city, so it's no surprise that A-list celebrities enjoy dining here. Located in Queen's New York, this restaurant offers all the best and excellent Italian food without a high price.