Todd English Food Hall

Food Court, Market, Deli / Bodega
$ $ $ $
1 W 59th St (at 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 986-9260
Monday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • This is a fancy food court, and it fulfills its function with gusto. Indeed, its hard to go wrong with most of the selection, including their startlingly delicious take on the ubiquitous cupcake.
  • Sit at one of the eight white-marble "bars" and watch roasted-chicken pizza ($12) being made in the wood-burning oven or chat with the chefs who assemble Mr. English's prime-rib sliders ($18).
  • PIZZA
  • Such a nice place! Try mussels!!!
  • Todd English's perpetually bustling food hall and grill offers incredibly sourced ingredients and dishes they've inspired, most notably the veal agnolotti 'al plin' with white truffles.
  • Prime rib sliders were AMAZING. Sushi here is fantastic - try the two-way tuna with white tuna. Didn't have them but the greek salad, risotto fritters, and lamb gyros looked amazing.
  • The fig & prosciutto pizza is heavenly
  • Nice bathrooms. This is a great place to stop in and relieve yourself for free.
  • Todd Englishs midtown tourist trap has its brighter spots: namely the prime-rib sliders and the spicy Moroccan-style chermoula prawns. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!
  • No matter what you're in the mood for, this place has it all!
  • Taking a cue from Londons Harrods, this high-end market has everything from raw oysters to elaborate pastries. It opened last week in the lower level of the Plaza and has been packed ever since.
  • Order the classic pizza, add some caramelized onions/ mushrooms and enjoy the magical taste!
  • Just Renovated with more than 20 new bright kiosks. New kiosks like Billys Bakery, Pain dAvignon, Sushi of Gari, Three Tarts, William Greenberg Desserts, YoArt frozen yogurt, Burke in the Box, etc
  • A food court with the volume turned up. Visit Spain, Italy, France, Japan & the Medeterranian under 1 roof.
  • Food is much better at Calafia cafe in palo alto, ca
  • A smorgasbord of culinary delights. Try the Plaza Burger (with Parmesan Fries) or the Italian Sausage flatbread. Stop by the bakery on your way out. Available to-go as well.
  • Fig & Prosciutto Pizza
  • This expansive food market houses Lukes Lobster, No. 7 Sub, Billys Bakery, Sushi of Gari, and much more. All edible options are curated by Todd English who runs the upstairs dining concourse.
  • Just walk right in and down the stairs.
  • always upgrade the fries for risotto tots. always. no one likes droopy fries.

Nearby places

767 5th Ave (btwn E 58th & E 59th St)
754 5th Ave (btwn E 57th & E 58th St)
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)