Hell’s Kitchen continues to come back to life as office workers return to Midtown and as Broadway theaters reopen. The historic neighborhood still boasts one of the city’s best homegrown restaurant communities, boasting affordable array of cuisines, including Peruvian, Brazilian, Mexican, Japanese, Uzbek, Argentinian, Thai, Cuban, and too many more to list. As certain swaths of Manhattan dining take on an increasingly uniform and corporate air, Hell’s Kitchen remains a haven for a wide variety of small and independent operators.
For more New York dining recommendations on the West Side, check out Eater’s maps for the Theater District, Times Square, the Upper West Side, and the greater Lincoln Center neighborhood.
Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission.Read More