Bryant Park Grill Restaurant has become a gastronomic meeting place in the most vital park of New York. It's another place that dispels the myth that in the United States, only hamburgers are eaten. The place is well decorated and very pleasant as it faces the park with a large window. It's also quite spacious. The menu has a lot to offer, including brunch. The portions are large and the cuisine is American with a touch of sophistication. The dishes are beautifully presented, and the service is, as always, prompt and courteous. Many of the entrées are around $25 so it isn't exactly cheap. But something equivalent in Europe would, without doubt, warrant a much higher bill. There's also an extensive wine list with many options from North America so it's a good opportunity to taste something little known on this side of the Atlantic.