All NYCers know the famous chef David Burke, who climbed to notoriety with his slew of restaurants and Food Network appearances. The CIA graduate has a plethora of restos to choose from in New York City, so whether you're uptown or downtown, there's a place for you to stop and eat.
David Burke at Bloomingdales is the perfect spot for shoppers to plop down and relax amidst their bag-carrying day, whether it's at their 50-seater dine-in, or at Burke in the Box, the 35-seater casual side of the resto with an open kitchen.
David Burke Townhouse resides on the Upper East Side and is the chef's flagship restaurant. The swanky spot boats American cuisine and an extensive wine list (and we mean extensive).
Fishtail by David Burke is only a short block away from the Townhouse and is known for its delectable seafood dishes. This space houses an outdoor dining space with a retractable roof.
David Burke Kitchen brings joy to those south of the border (border = Houston) with its dining room, glass-enclosed Treehouse Bar, Garden, and Bird's Nest, where cocktail sippers can play some croquette. Burke recently brought on new pastry chef Zac Young, who adds extraordinary and unique sweets to the menu.