Where to Watch The Snow Fall in New York City

 

BARBUTO
Jonathan Waxman’s modern classic has floor-to-ceiling windows along two sides of the dining room, and the space is always warm and cozy. The JW chicken is one of New York’s great poultry dishes, and make sure to order a side of those crispy potatoes.

 

REYNARD
Andrew Tarlow’s newest restaurant has huge windows that run along the main wall of the dining room. The space is extremely pleasant during the day. Lately, Sean Rembold has been serving an awesome braised beef sandwich with pickled vegetables and spicy mayonnaise. Reynard also serves top-notch French fries.

 

REYNARD
Andrew Tarlow’s newest restaurant has huge windows that run along the main wall of the dining room. The space is extremely pleasant during the day. Lately, Sean Rembold has been serving an awesome braised beef sandwich with pickled vegetables and spicy mayonnaise. Reynard also serves top-notch French fries.

 

THE MARROW

 

The dining room at Harold Dieterle’s new hot spothas plenty of big windows that look out onto Bank Street and Greenwich Street. For a great cold weather meal, start with the duck and pretzel dumpling soup and move on to the tender braised beef braciole, which is topped with a thick ragu.

 

GRAMERCY TAVERN
The Tavern Room is an ideal place to watch the flakes come down, especially during lunchtime. Michael Anthony makes some of the best soups in New York City, and he does amazing work with winter vegetables.

 

LITTLE OWL
The Little Owl is one of the coziest restaurants in New York City. Around this time of the year, you can’t go wrong with the sliced strip steak with pancetta, and of course, an order (or two) of Joey Campanaro’s famed meatball sliders. [Photo: The Little Owl]

 

Full list with addresses are found on eater.com.

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