We are unapologetically biased in our restaurant selections. Our listings feature those spots which serve healthful food in a pleasant atmosphere with quality service. We love to eat; we love to feel good about our bodies; and we know how closely these two things are related--so what you will find here are restaurants where the food tastes as good as it is good for you. If you have a yen from something else, or want to find a more thorough listing of restaurants in town, we recommend www.zagats.com, and The New York Times on-line directory.
Murray Hill is a small residential neighborhood whose good side is blocks of former carriage houses from the 20th century and whose bad side is lackluster post-war apartment buildings. Here you could have discovered an interesting apartment ten years ago; what remains today are lots of large residential buildings without charm or doormen, and local services that cater mostly to residents: small grocery stores, hardware stores, non-remarkable restaurants, and nail salons.