New inKind Restaurants in NYC
for 2022

Guide By Sophie Gragg
Whether you're a New York City resident or just visiting, you know you're spoiled with some good eats and drinks. NYC truly has something for everyone.
This year at inKind, we've added over 250 new restaurants including 60+ in New York City alone. From your grab-and-go coffee spots to Michelin-starred restaurants, our New York City restaurants offer something for any mood or outing you're looking for.

In addition to being part of our House Account program, all of the spots featured in this guide are available with inKind Pass. That means you'll be able to plan your night out, reserve a table, and even check the menu beforehand, all while getting special bonuses to dine. These are also just a small sampling of the 500+ restaurants through inKind Pass.

Here's our wrap-up of the New York City restaurants we've added to the inKind family this year.

New inKind Restaurants in NYC

363 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013
American Cut is LDV's homage to the original and aspirational dining experience, offering the best steakhouse dining experience in New York.

Our Recommendation
Go for a classic NYC steakhouse experience by ordering American Cut's NY Strip and pairing it with an earthy glass of red wine.
Multiple locations
A popular New York City artisan bagel shop using only high-quality ingredients and special baking techniques from Montreal. For bagel enthusiasts, Black Seed Bagels is a must-try.

Our Recommendation
Order their BEC egg sandwich featuring bacon, cage-free eggs and white cheddar served on a wood-fired bagel.
Multiple locations
The Butcher's Daughter is a plant-based restaurant, cafe, and juice bar serving healthy vegetarian dishes and produce-focused juices.

Our Recommendation
Go for a healthy weekend brunch and make sure to order one of their signature smoothies. Solar Power is a fruity energizing smoothie featuring notes of avocado, pineapple, coconut and more.
Multiple locations
Cha Cha Matcha specializes in all things matcha, with addicting and energizing drinks and eats centered around their ceremonial-grade matcha.

Our Recommendation
You can't go wrong with their classic matcha, but a matcha latte is also sure to delight.

89 E 42nd St
An urban winery, intimate music venue, restaurant/bar, and private event space, City Winery pairs the culinary with the cultural experience and encourages all to indulge your senses.

25 W 38th St 29th Floor, New York, NY 10018
Swanky neighborhood spot serving craft cocktails and elevated small plates, plus a terrace with skyline views.

Our Recommendation
Daintree features modern takes on classical martinis. We recommend the Garden Party: basil vodka, aquavit, calamansi, strawberry, cucumber and anise.
184 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012
A beloved New York City neighborhood restaurant offering classic modern American cuisine and a curated wine list.

Our Recommendation
Enjoy a great lunch with one of their flatbreads or their Fiigaro Salad: bibb lettuce, cucumber, avocado, ricotta Salata, cranberries, walnuts, and house vinaigrette.
275 Church St, New York, NY 10013
A New York City Cajun and Creole restaurant serving up slow-cooked gumbo, fresh seafood classics, and signature cocktails.

Our Recommendation
You have to order the gumbo, and each of their gumbo offerings is well worth it. We recommend Tiny's Gumbo, their signature dish, which is heavily seasoned stew featuring Cajun spices, fresh herbs, and served with nutty popcorn rice and filé powder and gremolata.
12 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003
Gotham is a fixture in the West Village serving approachable but unforgettable cuisine in a stylish yet relaxed setting.

Our Recommendation
Check out their classics hour for great deals on classic cocktails in celebration of Gotham's historic and classical past.
Multiple locations
Enjoy Aussie brunch favorites, a seasonally charged dinner menu and an extensive drink list including quality coffee, cocktails and wine.

Our Recommendation
Go for brunch and get classics like avocado smash, smoked salmon lox and toast, or their pulled pork benedict.
107 N 12th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
A modern brasserie restaurant serving great food, quality coffee and creative cocktails.

Our Recommendation
Make sure to start with their Half Dozen Oysters which are sure to be a delight to everyone at your table.
283 W 12th St, New York, NY 10014
Les Trois Chevaux is fine dining at its finest and a perfect spot for anyone looking to have the quintessential elevated french dining experience.

Our Recommendation
Les Trois Chevaux serves a fixed menu that's sure to delight all diners. We recommend booking early as reservations fill up fast.
10 Hudson Yards, New York, NY 10001
Explore a variety of diverse cuisine and drinks at this Spanish food market by world-famous Chef José Andrés and the Adría Brothers.

Our Recommendation
There are lots of shops, stalls, and restaurants nestled into Mercado Little Spain and our best recommendation is to try them all! Enjoy a sit-down meal or get out of this world churros or Bocatas from one of their kiosks.
402 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
Celebrating the lifestyle and foodways of Greece, Molyvos' brings filoxenia – the Greek style of hospitality – to the heart of Hell's Kitchen. The warm, friendly service welcomes guests as if they're in a chic, seaside home, while the food, wine, and cocktails transport diners to the Greek Islands with each bite and sip.

Our Recommendation
Enjoy their classic dinner cuisine like a roasted free-range chicken or their Molyvos Moussaka: spiced ground lamb and beef, potato, eggplant, peppers, and yogurt Béchamel.
Multiple Locations
Momoya is a beloved Japanese restaurant, serving Japanese fare that showcases picture-perfect nigiri and sublime foods highlighting the beauty of the vast array of dishes.

Our Recommendation
Order a main entrée like their Sukiyaki Gozen or Duck Two Ways, or go for their full experience and order the Omakase experience featuring appetizers, 14 pieces of sushi, miso soup, a handroll, and dessert!
265 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012
The Musket Room is a celebrated neighborhood restaurant that draws on the heritages, world travels and personal inclinations of Chef Mary Attea and the culinary team.

Our Recommendation
You can visit the Musket Room and order some great mains like half-roasted-chicken or caraflex cabbage, but we recommend going for one of their tasting menus, which change based on availability or seasonality.
Multiple Location
A local neighborhood favorite serving up seafood towers, market-fresh oysters, bottles of wine, and signature cocktails.

Our Recommendation
Go for a weekend brunch and share some truly incredible blood orange mimosas (Italian blood orange and Prosecco) alongside a fried chicken sandwich or perfectly poached eggs.
120 W 49th St, New York, NY 10020
An acclaimed American Seafood restaurant and the flagship of the Livanos Restaurant Group. Oceana has been a beloved New York City dining destination for nearly 30 years and is renowned for exceptional hospitality, an award-winning wine list and world-class cuisine from Tim Jocz.

Our Recommendation
Come for one of their seafood-focused main courses, with Roasted Cod and Grilled Swordfish being great options for all types of diners.
242 10th Ave, New York, NY 10001
A popular, cozy eatery in a four-story townhouse offering American comfort food with a twist & creative cocktails.

Our Recommendation
Enjoy one of their seafood towers or order a hearty risotto served with wild mushroom, red miso, pecorino and sour cream.
67 W 49th St, New York, NY 10112
Enjoy an impressive selection of spirits and small bites at this exclusive new bar housed in a legendary four-story townhouse in the heart of New York City.

Our Recommendation
Try their Ubiquity cocktail: Elyx Vodka served with ginger, mint, lemon and fever-tree soda.
435 E 35th St, New York, NY 10016
This lounge is the perfect spot to sip away the evening on perfectly crafted cocktails alongside premium bites while admiring the beautiful penthouse views.

Our Recommendation
Order and share their truffle fries while sipping on one of their craft cocktails. We recommend the Burning Down the House: tequila, passionfruit, jalapeno agave, and grapefruit.
Multiple Locations
A classic in NYC, Whitman's boasts a menu full of burgers, fries, and sandwiches that will fill you up without breaking the bank. Known for their take on the Minneapolis classic, their Juicy Lucy.

Our Recommendation
Whitman's is most known for its take on the Juicy Lucy, so we recommend stopping in and trying one for yourself.

Visit all these spots and more with inKind Pass

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