Times Square, the Empire State Building, Macy's Flagship, Rockefeller Center—all of these popular attractions make Midtown West the most tourist-populated neighborhood in New York. Dining options abound, though the prices may seem inflated compared to less touristy neighborhoods in other parts of the city. Use our New York Restaurants guide to sift through the hundreds of dining options in Midtown West.
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