There's no shortage of places to eat and drink on 34th Street. Whether you're taking out, dining in, or having your meal delivered, you'll find what you're craving in the 34th Street District. There are Irish pubs, steakhouses, "white tablecloth" restaurants, and a dazzling array of ethnic cuisines.
Wafels & Dinges
Wafels & Dinges has been producing delicious Belgian waffles for New Yorkers since 2007. The Wafels & Dinges menu at Herald Square includes traditional Liège wafels and a wide variety of dinges (toppings), including Belgian Chocolate Fudge, Dulce de Leche, Maple Syrup, Nutella, and the famous Spekuloos spread. There are savory delights as well, including the BBQ Pulled Pork Wafel and the new Chicken & Gravy Wafel Biscuits, along with hot chocolate, the legendary Spekuloos milkshake, and a full espresso bar featuring coffees created especially for Wafels & Dinges by Brooklyn Roasting Company.
Empanadas are baked to order at Nuchas, where the inventive fillings take these Latin American stuffed pastries beyond tradition. Recently named Rookie of the Year by the Vendy Awards, Nuchas offers a variety of signature empanadas made from the highest quality gourmet ingredients. Nuchas empanadas have an unparalleled fresh flavor. Choose from short rib, argentine beef, spicy chicken and jambalaya combinations, as well portobello, spicy cheese and shitake curry on the vegetarian side. The Nuchas kiosk offers full coffee service by La Colombe Coffee Roasters, and gourmet icy treats from Kelvin Natural Slush Co.
33rd Street & Sixth Avenue
June 3 – July 17, 2016
October 12 – November 18, 2016
34th Street residents, visitors, and office workers can enjoy the best of the NYC foodie scene in Greeley Square twice each year. The 34th Street Partnership teams up with UrbanSpace to bring a pop-up outdoor food market to the area. This season, try delicious bites from vendors like Red Hook Lobster Pound, Arancini Bros, Asiadog, Two Tablespoons, and more. From onigiri, tacos and grilled corn to gelato and paella, the lineup of vendors and food options merits repeat visits.
Broadway French Market
Broadway between 35th and 36th Streets
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11:30am-6pm
Shop Midtown's first open-air Farmers Market for local produce, organic goods, fresh-cut flowers, and more. The perfect destination to pick up fresh ingredients for cooking, or ready-made treats for lunch. Open through November 20, the market is managed by Bensidoun, the world's premiere operator of French style markets. Rain or shine.
Email us if you are interested in becoming a vendor.
2 Penn Plaza (33rd Street and Seventh Avenue) (917)475-1830 thepennsy.nyc
Féile is located next to Stout pub and offers the same brand of warm Irish hospitality and hearty hot food to be expected from the Emerald Isle. Separate rooms make for a comfy evening over pints of ale and Guinness, the main room featuring a hearth with natural stone chimney and a welcoming warm fire for winter nights. The name translates to "festival" and every day here is a celebration of good spirits and cheery companionship.
Legends New York
This casual yet elegant restaurant, named for the great New Yorkers whose photos line the walls, evokes the grand city saloons of an earlier era. Enjoy classic American cuisine including steak, seafood, and pasta, or watch the game with friends on one of the large-screened TVs at the bar.