Where to Dine During NYFW


Get ready to unwind and tastefully dine at some of the most renowned, on-trend restaurants. Below is where some of the city’s best dressed choose to dine during New York Fashion Week.

Mustang Harry’s

Since NYFW shows and events are taking place all over the city, Mustang Harry’s convenient location, steps away from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, make it a perfect spot to sip & nosh on before/after your NYFW adventures. Some of their most popular cocktails this season include: Indian Summer: Bulliet Bourban, Fresh Lemon Juice, Simple Syrup, Red Wine Top, Lemon Twist & Brandied Cherry Garnish ($15); The Kiki: Vodka, Triple Sec, Pineapple. Fresh Berry Medley Garnish ($15); and Seeing Stars: Maker’s Mark Whisky On the Rocks, Sprinkled with Edible Silver Stars ($12). The two story restaurant also features a sweeping 99-foot bar. 352 7th Ave (btwn. 29th & 30th st)


Profundo Day Club

Since we are still blessed with summer weather, come to the Profundo Day Club, an aquatic sanctuary in the heart of Long Island City. The Club boasts the largest rooftop pool deck and features custom cocktails, premium poolside food, floating mirror globes, and poolside DJs. Day passes are available. 8-08 Queens Plaza S, Queens

Profundo Day Club


Bagatelle will offer up a #FashionablyLate dinner price-fix menu from September 6-12th from 9pm – 11pm. The $45 3-course menu created by new Executive Chef Andrew Riccatelli, starts with a first course in the form of a glass of bubbly followed by a choice of appetizer and entrée with the option to add in dessert for an additional $10. 1 Little W 12th St

Bagatelle's Bar
Courtesy of Bagatelle



The dining destination after a day of fashion shows and events. Delmonico’s is arguably the most legendary steakhouse in NYC, if not the world.  Its name has been synonymous with premium steak for nearly 2 centuries. Dress and dine to impress by ordering from their Secret Billionaires Menu — which includes selections such as a 24K gold leaf-decked Valrhona Chocolate Milkshake topped with edible silver-dusted macaroons, red velvet sponge, sugar lattice, caramelized hazelnuts — before heading downstairs (through the restaurant’s secret prohibition entrance) to the newly-renovated Twain Room Bar for a nightcap. 56 Beaver Street 

Delmonico’s Restaurant
Credit: Delmonico’s Restaurant


The Seville

This sophisticated bar, lounge and restaurant is the perfect place to grab cocktails and small bites after, or before, any NYFW festivities. Located at The James – NoMad, this subterranean cocktail bar has a curated menu including a table-side smoked Negroni, and a music program incorporating throwbacks, live music and more. 22 E 29th St (btwn. Madison and 5th Ave)

The Seville


This beautiful rooftop restaurant serves Asian Fusion favorites from the genius mind of Chef Seth Levine. Just seven minutes from midtown by car, this Long Island City favorite is the perfect spot to wind down after a busy week. Closed Mondays. 8-08 Queens Plaza St, Long Island City



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