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New NYC Restaurants

Blue Ribbon Restaurants continues to expand in NYC. The hospitality group’s latest opening is a second location of its Upper West Side spot The Ribbon. Find more of the same at the new, multilevel outpost in Times Square, from an extensive raw bar to its signature fried chicken with honey (here offered daily).



Guy Fieri's Times Square Restaurant Replaced By Blue Ribbon Group

The Ribbon will serve up Blue Ribbon classics such as its fried chicken, spit-roasted meats and a wide selection of nearly whiskeys at 220 W. 44th St. — a six-story retail building located between Seventh and Eighth avenues — the restaurant group announced in a press release.

The new eatery is designed to pay homage to Times Square's past, specifically when the area was known as Longacre Square. The decor features vintage furniture, first edition books and boxing memorabilia.



Seminal Blue Ribbon Group Takes Over Guy Fieri's Former Times Square Space Today

This move into Times Square is a major one for the Brombergs. Since 1992, when their seminal restaurant Blue Ribbon Brasserie opened in Soho and became a late-night and industry destination, the Blue Ribbon brand has exploded.




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NYC's New Restaurant Openings

It’s possible you’ve been to The Ribbon on the UWS more times than you’d like to admit. Good news for you: they just opened a new Midtown location with private dining, brunch, and the same American classics on the menu. And going won’t technically count as eating at the same restaurant again.


New York Times

The Ribbon Opens a Brand in Times Square

Back in 2015, when they opened their first outpost of the Ribbon, on West 72nd Street, Bruce and Eric Bromberg said their menu was designed to be replicated in other locations. Now they’re finally testing it out.


City Guide

Uptown Favorite The Ribbon Expanding to Times Square

The Ribbon is coming to Times Square! This spinoff of the Blue Ribbon empire of sushi and fried chicken fame is a hotly anticipated addition to join New York City's Times Square/Theater District scene. Patrons can expect exceptional chicken, spit-fired meats, and other diverse offerings. The Ribbon can provide a spot-on brunch if you’re staying nearby, or whiskey and deviled eggs before your Broadway show.


Haute Living 

Celebrate Thanksgiving At These 12 Delicious Restaurants

Stay tuned to what these brothers have on the horizon as they will soon open another location in the New York Times Annex on West 44th Street. This location of The Ribbon will pay homage to the area’s original identity, Longacre Square, while introducing the bustling Times Square neighborhood to the Bromberg Brothers’ renowned hospitality, extensive whiskey collection, and menu of spit-roasted meats, seafood and Blue Ribbon classics.


New York Magazine 

The Best Stemless Wine Glasses, According to Restaurant Owners and Frequent Party Hosts

“This glass is classic and elegant, while still looking modern, and it feels comfortable in your hand,” says Thom Neil, beverage director at Ribbon Midtown, opening this fall.


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NYC Restaurants

The Bromberg Brothers are setting their sights on Times Square. Bruce and Eric Bromberg, the forces behind Blue Ribbon Restaurants, are bringing The Ribbon to the space once occupied by Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen and Bar.


NBC New York 

18 New Bar & Restaurants Opening in NYC this Fall

Brothers Bruce and Eric Bromberg are bringing their UWS hit, The Ribbon, to a new neighborhood this Fall. The Ribbon is set to open soon in the old New York Times Annex on West 44th Street.