Where to Eat
Welcome to New York City—home of hot dog stands on every street corner, slices of pizza bigger than your head, and endless good grub. Considering you may only be in town for a few short days and quality food is on every street corner, we compiled a list of quick-serve and sit-down restaurants for you to check out during your stay.
Here are three spots within a 10-minute walking distance from the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
- Blue Bottle Coffee
For your everyday caffeine requirements, Blue Bottle Coffee is an upscale chain for coffee and pastries, with locations scattered throughout the city. Luckily, there is one just a five minute walk away from the convention center in Hudson Yards, serving up specialty brews such as candied orange, milk chocolate, and white peach blend.
- Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine
Brought to you by the New York Knicks basketball star, Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine is a lively spot for a break from retail. With 40 television screens, you can walk here on your lunch break for sports, an extensive cocktail menu, and classic American food.
For a more fine-dining experience, visit Kāwi for its Homestyle Korean cooking, craft cocktails, and serene atmosphere. Try one of the customer favorites such as sweet and sour ribs or blue crab stuffed with sticky rice.
While good food in New York is not hard to come across, there is still so much beyond the Javits Center. Here are three choices that are a short subway or taxi ride away.
If you have time to indulge in brunch, Temerario’s menu is stacked with sweet and savory Mexican fare such as huevos rancheros and atole pancakes. Plus, it is just around the corner from 18th Street Station.
On the brink of Central Park is Marea, a two-time Michelin star recipient and less than a five-minute walk from 57th Street Subway Station. Enjoy the authentic flavors of Italy, and then take a walk through Central Park before heading back to the convention.
- Time Out Market
If you’re willing to venture out to Brooklyn, take the subway from 34th Street Penn Station to High Street Brooklyn Bridge Station. From there, you’re a 10-minute walk away from Time Out Market, where the best of New York’s restaurants, chefs, and dishes are brought together in one market, under one roof.
New York is a destination for food and drinks, so enjoy your time outside of NRF, eating your way through the city. When you return to the convention, make sure you stop by ZineOne’s booth, #963, to learn more about how our AI-powered Intelligent Customer Engagement (ICE) platform enables you to delivery 1:1 personalization at every interaction.