The Palm Restaurant - New York
Situated in the heart of Times Square and the Theater District, The Palm Restaurant is as classic as the neighborhood it serves. This location is one of three in New York City, with the other two in TriBeca and Midtown.
In vein with the original concept, this outpost serves the exact same menu of classic Italian fare that's showcased alongside steakhouse standards. The Palm was originally supposed to be an Italian restaurant when it opened in 1926, but owners Pio Bozzi and John Ganzi were persuaded by loyal guests to add steaks to the menu.
Highlights on the menu includes the likes of prime double cut New York Strip for two to three people sliced tableside, broiled jumbo Nova Scotia lobster and veal Milanese.