Review: Butter Restaurant – Midtown NYC

It only makes sense that The City that Never Sleeps would have a lot of food options. When options run the gamut, it’s tough to decide where to indulge. Our rule of thumb? The brighter the sign, the worse the food. That’s one of the reasons we’re so attracted to Butter Restaurant. Butter Restaurant has maintained an exclusive, niche scene for stylish Manhattanites since its initial inception on Lafayette St. in 2002.

The understated entrance gives way to dramatic architecture that sets an appropriate, elegant mood. High-arching ceilings, cozy booths, romantic lighting and an inviting bar are all par for the course.

With Food Network star and Executive Chef Alex Guarnaschelli at the helm, Butter Midtown offers a seasonal menu of greenmarket offerings. To start, we recommend the Maine Lobster on the half shell with fresh basil oil. Follow that with Creekstone Farms “Butter Cut” Beef Filet and a side of shoestring yukon gold potatoes. Finish the night with a signature raspberry beignet, creme brulee or their famous New York style cheesecake and a signature cocktail.

NYC has a lot to offer. Even so, you’ll have a hard time finding something more rewarding than a visit to Butter.

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