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Whether you’re heading to or from the train at Penn Station or waiting for a game or concert at Madison Square Garden, people can grab a quick meal and drink at one of these nearby restaurants. By John Friia
One of America’s oldest fine dining restaurants has expanded to Midtown with Delmonico’s Kitchen. The Midtown outpost creates their own specialties, including the mouthwatering DK Double Burger and slow-roasted BBQ short ribs with whipped potatoes, baby spinach and natural jus. The menu is not the only noticeable change to the restaurant diners will be dazzled with its chic, modern interior and casual vibe. From the red leather banquettes, to a wine wall and sleek marble bar, Delmonico’s Kitchen offers the ideal respite from a hectic Midtown.
Instead of heading to one of the numerous bars surrounding Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, people can grab a table at Lugo Cucina for an Italian feast. Before people enter the restaurant, they will notice two bright red Vespas that lead the way to an Italian oasis. From pasta to seafood and pizzas, the eatery serves traditional Italian dishes with a little Manhattan touch including the Il Giardino pizza, topped with zucchini, squash, eggplant, onion and lemon ricotta.