When I was in New York for meetings with the producers of the Broadway musical Ain’t Too Proud, one of the great places we dined at was The Palm Midtown located at 250 West 50th Street. It’s one of those warm, friendly places that, as soon as you step inside the dining room, you feel right at home. I love the caricatures on the wall, all reminders of the artists, writers, and Broadway and Hollywood actors who have shared meals there.
The food is cooked to perfection and the restaurant team is always on point. If you crave a great steak dinner, the steaks at The Palm are excellent. The seafood is exceptional too; I personally love the restaurant’s lobster bisque, chopped salads, and Chilean sea bass. Usually at the table, between all guests present, there is a bone-in rib eye steak cooked to order, surf and turf, jumbo lump crab cakes, fresh asparagus, and more. I have to stay fit for my concert performances, especially our famous “Temptations’ Walk,” so I have to push back from the table when it comes to the incredible desserts! —Dr. Otis Williams, sole surviving and founding member of The Temptations, singer, songwriter, and executive producer of Ain’t Too Proud
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Illustration by Mokshini.