Dine & Drink
700 8th Ave New York, NY 10036



6:30am – 12:00am


6:30am – 12:30am

LIVE Music Hours

9pm - 12am
6pm - 12am (hours may vary)

District M am:

Whether you are an early bird executive needing your latte, or a jet lagged traveler sneaking in breakfast just before noon, District M at Row NYC has exactly what you need. Start your morning with one of a dozen sweet and savory pastries from some of NYC’s finest European bakeries-Payard, Balthazar and Pain d’Avignon. In addition, District M serves hot steel cut oats, granola, fresh fruits and berries, Greek yogurt, boiled farm eggs, freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices, and a full European coffee program.

District M pm:

District M comes alive in the evening hours featuring a commissioned digital art gallery by paparazzo extraordinaire, Ron Galella . The digital gallery will present still photographs capturing the hedonistic heyday of New York City during the late seventies and early eighties.

The specialty cocktail list and wine and craft beer menu brings guests the best of the US and regional New York, while also highlighting international greats. The dinner menu is simple and flawlessly executed to give diners a casual, yet high quality experience with a hand-selected cheese program from the famed Murray’s Cheese Shop in Greenwich Village, prized domestic and international charcuterie, and their signature Neapolitan-style, hand-stretched pizzas in unique and crave-worthy combinations like pepperoni, fresh basil and white truffle oil–or melted leek, roasted mushrooms and Fontina cheese. Diners can finish with a dish of Affogato–hand made cream gelato topped with a shot of La Colombe espresso–or with perhaps just one more of the 7 specialty cocktails created just for District M.

District M Info

700 8th Ave at 44th Street New York, NY 10036



6:30am – 9pm


6:30am – 11:30pm

City Kitchen brings New York’s most desired and hyped food concepts to the bull’s eye of NYC – Times Square. Visitors and locals can delight in the city’s best dishes – without having to travel to taste them.

No neighborhood has been left unturned, from Brooklyn to the Upper West Side – and everywhere in between. The result: off-the-grid restauranteurs bringing their most crave-worthy creations to the City Kitchen table.