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Flatiron Hot! News | October 19, 2017

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Flatiron District Drinking and Dining: 6 Places to Check Out

Flatiron District Drinking and Dining: 6 Places to Check Out
Flatironhot Contributor

Edited by Eric Shapiro and the Flatiron Hot! News Editorial Staff

After an all-day event, you may understandably want to find a moderately priced restaurant to silence your rumbling stomach!  One of the perks of being located in Chelsea and the Flatiron District is your proximity to so many great places to eat and drink. Here are some suggestions to make your options easier in one of the hottest neighborhoods in New York City.

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Guilty Goose: Located on West 23rd Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, Guilty Goose serves classic American favorites with a modern touch. Choices for lunch and dinner include sandwiches such as pulled chicken, B.L.T., and cheese steak, as well as hearty classics like striped bass and sirloin steak.  Take advantage of their extensive beer and wine menu for a memorable and delicious experience. Learn more about Guilty Goose by reading our detailed profile. Menus

Guilty Goose

Photo Credit – Guilty Goose

Markt: With a generous selection of Belgian beers and antique furniture, Markt provides a cozy dining experience on Sixth Avenue. Open for every meal of the day during the week, as well as brunch on the weekends, the Belgian restaurant serves menu items such as croque monsieur, smoked duck breast, and blueberry pancakes. Menus

Markt

Photo Credit – Classic Elegant Bistro Restaurant Interior Design of Markt New York

The Storehouse: Located on 23rd Street at Sixth Avenue, the Storehouse is the perfect place to go if you’re craving traditional American cuisine such as burgers, shepherd’s pie, NY strip steak, and warm apple pie. All dishes cost just $10 and come with your choice of beer, wine, or a soft drink. Wednesday night is trivia night, so be sure to bring your thinking cap. Menu

The Storehouse

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Pongsri Thai: Stroll to 23rd Street between 6th and 7th Avenues for delectable Thai food options. Menu items include pad thai, pad ginger, and various curries. The restaurant has served movie stars, prime ministers, and ambassadors. Menus

Pong Sri Thai

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Pergola: Located at 36 West 28th Street, Pergola’s fine selection of food, drinks and hookah are of the highest quality. With multiple rooms, each with distinctive atmospheres, you can enjoy such delectable Mediterranean dishes as lamburgers, kofta, shwarma and steak kabobs. Appetizers include hummus, Pergola wings and a mezze platter. Check out our in-depth profile for more info. Menus

Pergola

Photo Credit – Pergola

Indikitch: With Indian food at least as good as anything you’ll find at a sit-down restaurant, Indikitch, located at 25 West 23rd Street, boasts essentials like chicken tikka, pulled pork vindaloo, paneer tikka and several other selections. Customize your sides, including naan, rice, dal and salad, according to your specifications. Meals come in several sizes, so choose the one best suited for your appetite. Menu

Indiekitch

Photo Credit – Sean K