When the Murray family for whom the Murray Hill neighborhood is named turned their land over to New York City, they put tight restrictions on what could be built on the land. These conditions have largely kept developers outside of the chic Midtown neighborhood, making Murray Hill something of an urban oasis. The area is mostly residential, with a scattering of luxury hotels and low-key New York restaurants catering mostly to the local crowd. The dining selection is not as broad as in the rest of the city, but there are a few gems in Murray Hill. Use our list of restaurants in New York to find the best places to eat in Murray Hill.
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