restaurants / American

Lonely Planet review

A bright spot on a slightly sketchy corner of Hell’s Kitchen, this has fast become the hip gay spot to be – especially for post-work cocktails and dinner or Sunday brunch. The modern design is sleek and airy, with white accents and a space that gets flooded with sunlight during the day. The menu puts a creative spin on comfort foods, with plenty of salads and pastas in the mix, and a particularly impressive array of brunch items. Around the corner is its cocktail annex, the gay bar HK Lounge.