Give our love of artisan bread and exquisite tulips, it would be hard not to love a New York restaurant called Bread & Tulips, billed as a “rustic Italian kitchen & bar.” It’s the kind of cozy neighborhood spot with exposed brick, candles and warmly lit dining rooms that feels informal yet, like the single tulip that graces each table, a little bit elegant. Its menu is a celebration of all things Italian, from brick oven pizza to antipasti to house-made pasta, showcasing local ingredients that range from Long Island duck to heirloom tomatoes. And if that weren’t enough, Bread & Tulips offers a “Perfect Lunch” that earns its name. Soup and a panini for just under $15? That’s got to be the best deal you’ll find on Flatiron District dining. Best of all, it’s about a block from our New York City Flatiron District hotel.
Address: 365 Park Avenue South