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Midtown East is the part of Manhattan that out-of-towners visualize when they think of the big city: huge skyscrapers, iconic stores and hotels, and lots of business professionals in designer suits. The restaurants in New York's Midtown East fit right in with the stereotype: classic, fancy, expensive. There are cheap bites to be had in Midtown East, but this neighborhood is known for its high-end offerings.

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For the most powerful of power lunches, the flagship Palm One Restaurant is where the heavy hitters make their deals on weekdays. On weekends, tourists and locals pack the place to taste the Palm's famous steaks. The Four Seasons Restaurant in Midtown East (not to be confused with the hotel of the same name, also in Midtown East) offers a New York dining experience straight out of Mad Men. Grand Central Terminal is the place to go in Midtown East for a big selection on a tight schedule. The terminal features 35 restaurants, mostly grab-and-go options. The historic century-old Oyster Bar in the belly of the commuter center is a tourist destination in itself. This busy, crowded neighborhood has over 600 restaurants, including a high concentration of ultra fine New York dining hotspots. Use our list of New York Restaurants to search Midtown East restaurants by price and ratings.

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