C O M I N G S O O N
Anto 35 stands as a captivating 3-story restaurant nestled within Koreatown, New York City, just steps away from Herald Square. The journey begins on the first floor, where a Chef's Counter offers an intimate tasting menu experience. The second floor offers private dining and an a la carte Korean BBQ menu. The Anto Penthouse on the rooftop features a full-service bar and late-night bites beneath a retractable glass roof.
On the top floor of Anto 35 sits Anto Penthouse, a lush rooftop cocktail bar, where cocktails from our Beverage Director Amanda Paolella come to life under our beautiful skylite. Anto Penthouse features a cocktail program that highlights Korean flavors and our vision of Korean and American cocktail culture, served alongside our take on street food and snacks. We take reservations on Resy, but you are more than welcome to walk in and join us!
Grill, Dining and Private Rooms
On the second floor, we offer plenty of options for those looking to choose their own adventure when having dinner and experience our a la carte menu and Korean BBQ offerings. We offer regular, non grilling tables for parties of 2-4, as well as private booths with grills for parties of 2-6. On the second floor you can also find tables for larger parties and private dining. Our private dining room accommodates parties from 6-12 and incorporates KBBQ as well.
Bar and Chef’s Counter
At Anto 35, guests will enter from the street level at 35th Street and make their way back to our first floor bar where you can stop in for a drink to say hello or before having dinner with us. Pass through the sliding door and you will discover our 19 seat Chef’s Counter, where you can experience our 10 course tasting menu prepared in front of you by Chef Jeong Muk Kim and his team. The Chef’s Counter is a celebration of Korean cuisine. We have an extensive wine program, curated by our Wine Director Joo Lee, which includes a wine pairing to complement our Chef’s Tasting Menu and comprehensive list with focus on old world wines spanning from most of France into Portugal and Spain.