Al Bustan

Restaurants, Lebanese Midtown East
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Private Room at Al Bustan

Venue says Rent out one of our beautiful private rooms that fit from 10-150 guests. Hire belly dancers, a piano player or DJs to enhance the fun!

Middle Eastern fare has enjoyed something of a rebirth in recent years as internationally savvy consumers clamor for new takes on the millennia-old cuisine. But while some restaurateurs have responded by fusing global flavors into Levantine cuisine, Midtown stalwart Al Bustan has doubled down on the traditional Lebanese dishes it has been serving for over 20 years. Fitted with crystal chandeliers and an expansive bi-level dining area, the opulent restaurant sets a lavish stage for dozen-plate mezze dinners of classic fare by chef-owner Elias Ghafary.

BY: TIME OUT COMMUNITY REVIEWER OMAR TUNGEKAR

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For over 20 years, Al Bustan restaurant has been synonymous w/ Lebanese fine dining. Elias Ghafary executive chef/owner and Norman Hobeika /owner take the cuisine and culture of their homeland to the next level with a breathtaking restaurant that recalls Beirut’s standing as “the Paris of the Middle East.”

Al Bustan encapsulates the timeless elegance of Lebanon. The dramatic 150 seats dining room is the perfect backdrop for the menu that showcases authentic Middle Eastern cuisine ranging from the simple to the sublime. The chef mastery of traditional spices and flavors makes each offering an opportunity to experience classics and delicacies in new and exciting ways. Every plate becomes a culinary journey that ignites the senses.
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Venue name: Al Bustan
Contact:
Address: 319 E 53rd St
New York
10022
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Sun 11am–11pm
Transport: Subway: E to Lexington Ave–53rd St, 6 to 51st St
Price: Average main course: $30. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Paula C

Beautiful decor and authentic delicious Mediterranean cuisine!  Great space for private parties with the option to create your own menu.