the best round booths in nyc
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Published Feb 2, 2016 5:00 AM
Milk and Roses Restaurant If there is one thing Milk and Roses excels at, it is their undeniable character. We’d like to think a part of their rustic charm can be attributed to their stunning, cherry red round booth — a perfect spot to brunch, mingle, and of course, Instagram.
Margaux NYC Hidden inside the Marlton Hotel in the West Village is the quaint Margaux restaurant. If its luxurious light fixtures, dark wooden accents, and delectable entrees weren’t enough to have you dining here, perhaps the row of mustard yellow and forest green round booths will.
Charlie Bird This SoHo gem is a popular neighborhood favorite with a flair for fancy dishes and vintage inspired decor. The eye-catching row of yellow booths — complete with a rounded end — will have you dining in style.
Perry St. This modern restaurant is one of chef Jean-Georges’ many creations. Standing out among his other restaurants, Perry St. includes a row of modern, light gray semi-circle booths — a posh way to enjoy the dishes at this petite restaurant.
Narcissa This East Village hotspot blends Californian design elements with edgy modern decor to create a spot unlike any other. We are particularly in love with their row of petite, stripe cushioned round booths.
Jue Lan Club This newly opened upscale Chinese restaurant boasts party-ready booths in brilliant emerald green. Scoring this table might make your whole night.
Waverly Inn The Waverly Inn takes swanky to a whole new level with their inclusion of rounded booths upholstered in a buttery red.
Bar Primi This elegant brown leather booth melds perfectly with the classic decor of this famous Italian pasta shop. Five of you and your closest friends can dine on handmade pasta and sip on the finest Tuscan red wines while lounging in this round booth.
If you’re in the mood for health-conscious American cuisine with a possibility of spotting a celebrity (or two!), Cafe Clover is the place to be. If you’re lucky enough, you may just be able to sit in the rounded middle of the elongated blue booth.
The Wayfarer This bi-level American grille is seemingly obsessed with the round booth trend. In addition to a light brown rounded booth, the restaurant offers several cozy, beige booths as well.
Vaucluse This fancy French restaurant on the Upper East Side has its own take on a round booth. Covered in plush cushion and more oval shaped, Vaucluse’s booths are elegant and sophisticated — perfectly matching the refined characteristic of the restaurant itself.