6 NYC Lunch Spots to Hit Up at Brian Buffini’s Success Tour 2014

Grab a bite to eat at one of these restaurants when you're in town, or choose from one of the many others in the area.

Grab a bite to eat at one of these restaurants when you’re in town, or choose from one of the many others in the area.

You’re sure to work up an appetite when Brian Buffini’s Success Tour rolls into the Javits Center in New York City on September 9th and 10th. After all, in order to thrive in real estate you have to be hungry—for success, obviously, but also for some tasty vittles at the restaurants around the convention center. While the Javits Center hosts a wide variety of restaurants, if you want to stretch your legs and get out during your lunch break or for dinner, here are a few popular restaurants to try.

Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine, $$$, 485 10th Ave between 38th and 37th in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown, 0.2 miles or a 4 minute walk from the Javits Center
Treat yourself to the delicious food at this top sports-themed restaurant. Name after Knicks player, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, the restaurant offers a culinary delights including burgers, fajitas, hearth oven pizzas, pasta, steaks and seafood. The restaurant is open Monday from noon to 10pm, and Tuesday through Sunday from noon to midnight.
See the menu: http://arkrestaurants.com/clydefraziers/#menus

Sergimo Salumeria. $$ 456 9th Ave, between 35th and 36th Street in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown, 0.4 miles or an 8 minute walk from the Javits Center
Travel to Italy without leaving Midtown. Sergimmo Salumeria prides itself on its authentic Italian fare, including salumi, formaggi, handmade mozzarella, prosciutto, paninis and gelato. If you’re not salivating after reading the menu, you should probably be checked for a pulse. Sergimo Salumeria is open Monday through Saturday 8am to 8pm and Sunday from 8am to 7pm.

Il Punto Ristorante. $$$, 507 9th Ave, between 38th and 39th Street in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown, 0.4 miles or an 8 minute walk from the Javits Center
Il Punto Ristorante features the best of Italian cuisine with a flavorful, modern and creative twist. Pastas and breads are made in-house, and the restaurant offers a delicious selection of seafood, poultry, salads and much more. Reservations are recommended. Open Monday through Friday 12pm to 11pm, Saturday and Sunday 4pm to 11pm.
See the menu: http://ilpuntoristorante.com/lunch-menu/

Skylight Diner. $$ 402 W. 34th Street, 0.4 miles or an 8 minute walk from the Javits Center
Located down the street from the Javits Center in Hell’s Kitchen, the Skylight Diner offers a variety of yummy sandwiches, pastas, breakfast favorites, salads and more. Pop in for a bite to eat for breakfast or during the lunch break. The restaurant is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
See the menu: http://www.skylightdinernyc.com/ShowMenu.tpl

Capizzi. $$, 547 9th Ave, at 40th Street in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown, 0.5 miles or a 10 minute walk from the Javits Center
If pizza is your thing, check out Capizzi pizzeria and wine bar. More than a pizzeria, Capizzi seeks to transport you to the old country to experience the freshest ingredients and the passion that goes into every dish. Pizzas are made in an old fashioned wood burning oven. Capizzi is open Monday through Thursday 11:30am to midnight, Friday and Saturday 11:30 to 1am and Sunday noon to 11pm.
See the menu: http://www.capizzinyc.com/Menu.html

5 Napkin Burger. $$ 630 9th Ave, between 44th and 45th in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown, 0.7 miles or a 15 minute walk from the Javits Center
Believe the hype: 5 Napkin Burger lives up to its name, serving a variety of juicy burgers. But, they’re more than a burger joint; they also serve salads, tacos and sushi maki rolls as well. There’s something for everyone. 5 Napkin Burger is open Monday through Friday 11:30am to Midnight.
See the menu: http://5napkinburger.com/hells-kitchen-new-york

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