It’s that time of year – when we all rush to H&M to grab those striped shirts with bald eagles, buy some star-shaped sunglasses, and eat hot dogs and burgers like it’s the first time we’ve ever seen them.
In honor of America, food, and the fact that we love both, we’re rounding up our favorite American joints in NYC.
You can check them out by heading to www.bashed.co and searching by “American” cuisine.
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American Cut pays homage to the steakhouse by capturing its nostalgic charm of yesteryear and adapting it to today’s modern social lifestyle. The restaurant is known for its iconic Art Deco glamour and rock ‘n’ roll spirit, brought to life through Chef/Partner Marc Forgione’s innovative steakhouse fare.
The biggest standalone burger joint in the country, Bill’s brings signature hand-pressed griddle burgers, shakes, and classic American fare. Yes, we will have fries with that.
Harding’s offers a selection of artisanal American cuisine and craft spirits in a chic and rustic setting. With an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients, our menu fuses diverse West Coast influences with punches of Americana. That flag, tho…
Designed by AvroKO and featuring grilled meats and aquatic delights by Michelin-starred Chef Brad Farmerie. Did we mention they have a Manhattan on Tap?! Get there. Immediately.
The landmark Smith & Wollensky in New York City is located on the corner of Third Avenue and 49th Street, where Chef Elman Gallardo creates outstanding steakhouse fare, featuring USDA Prime steaks, dry aged and butchered on-premise. Opened in 1977, the original Smith & Wollensky has set the standard by which all other steakhouses are judged
The American Cut flagship is located in the heart of New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. Carefully curated by Iron Chef Marc Forgione, the new location blends the restaurant’s Atlantic City concept with New York City Style. The 180-seat restaurant with private dining options adds an element of culinary intrigue filled with fine food and spirits in a modern setting with art deco accents.