NYC – Hudson Yards
We are proud to be the centerpiece of a brand-new Manhattan neighborhood. Hudson Yards is west of Times Square and offers the matchless seafood of Milos served high up, with unrivaled views of the spectacular sunsets that illuminate the Hudson River. The stunning new Hudson Yards location features views of sky and river, presented in hues of blue that shift as the hours go by. As you view the passing boats, you might believe you are in Greece.
Milos Hudson Yards opened in 2019, in a bi-level space featuring the restaurant on the sixth floor and a wine bar at the fifth-floor entry point. A spiral staircase carved from marble leads to the main dining room. Once there, an immediate showpiece is a long, lovely marble bar that runs the length of the room, starting near the entrance and concluding a few steps from a terrace that overlooks the river and is reserved for private functions. Light woods, signature Milos urns, and other relics set the mood — the past and present merging impeccably.
A Forbes’ editors’ pick for best dining in New York in 2021; one of Vogue’s “most anticipated restaurants” at Hudson Yards in 2019.
NYC – Milos Wine Bar
As you’re about to step into the tiny elevator, or perhaps start up the marble staircase that leads to the central Milos dining area, you can’t help but notice an alluring bar right in front of you. Who can resist a drink before dinner, a New York tradition? A destination in its own right, the Wine Bar offers a menu of small plates and seafood specialties along with its unique offering of 100 Greek wines, most unavailable elsewhere in the city. Unfamiliar with Greek wines? Ours are sourced from the volcanic terroir of Santorini to the mountainous slopes of the Peloponnese. Should you be uncertain which wine to try, the wine bar team will be pleased to guide you. One additional pleasure awaits. Ask your waiter to play something smooth and soft on the bar’s vintage record player, spinning vinyl, of course.
“Swank wine bar at New York’s new upscale Hudson Yards destination… serving 100 wines that have the opportunity to tell 100 stories,” said Forbes in 2019.