Thursday, January 6, 2011

Restaurants With A Fireplace.

"Established in 1885, Keens was once the gathering place for stage actors, newspapermen, and garment workers. The only remaining relic of New York City's Herald Square Theater District, the Dickensesque restaurant with its famous Mutton Chops, is still the perfect retreat from the busy Manhattan streets and brisk winter winds."-Kiri Tannenbaum
"This mammoth floor-to-ceiling hand forged cast-bronze fireplace is the perfect spot to sip cocktails and nibble on small plates."-Tannenbaum
"Housed inside a gorgeous federal townhouse, 1789 was named for the year Georgetown University was founded. The Tombs, the basement pub, which also boasts a fireplace, is the spot for co-eds to mix and mingle."-Tannenbaum
"Folks from New England and New York come to dine by candlelight and by the original colonial fireplaces inside this historic stagecoach relay."-Tannenbaum
"If you're lucky enough to be staying at this Relais & Chateaux inn you can indulge in a butler-drawn bath after playing in the snow. But if you're just visiting for dinner, you can relax by the fire in the romantic restaurant setting."-Tannenbaum
"After a long day of skiing it's time to hit the apr├ęs ski! At Eight K inside the Viceroy Snowmass you can curl up by the extra-long double sided fireplace. "-Tannebaum
"When the temperature dips in the evenings, Angelenos huddle up around the 13-foot tall modern open fireplace at the Latin favorite Zengo."-Tannenbaum

For more information on how you can visit these and many more restaurants contact Unique Travel Concepts.
619-464-6426 or 800-879-8635


Herald Towers said...

Keens is such a gem in Herald Square. I really wish more businesses like Keens Steakhouse stuck around!

Anonymous said...

There is a directory of the most unusual restaurants from all over the world, together with the Google map..