With 6th-floor views of the Empire State building, 3 wood-burning ovens and Florence's Vivoli gelateria, Stella 34 is a modern Italian trattoria and the dining star of the Macy's Herald Square store.
Rowland's Bar & Grill serves American gastropub cuisine in a comfortable, modern atmosphere on the new One Below level at Macy's Herald Square. Featuring classic NYC dishes like House-Smoked Pastrami, inventive salads, and simply grilled steaks and seafood, Rowland's is the perfect gathering place when shopping New York's most famous store.
A "food truck tribute" to Italy's street food, Tutto Buono (Italian for "all good") offers housemade meatballs, baked ziti, hot paninis and heros, and other casual Italian-American fare.
Inspired by the noodle houses and simple pleasures of Japanese cuisine, Tabo Noodles by Takashi Yagihashi serves authentic ramen in bowls of steaming broth, fried and steamed rice dishes and other specialties from the Far East.
Break free from the burger chains and enjoy cooked-to-order classic American burgers, fries, and milkshakes served from an Airstream-style trailer.
The world famous Walnut Room has been a Chicago tradition since 1907. Located on the 7th floor of Macy's on State Street, the Walnut Room is the first restaurant to ever open in a department store.
Marc Burger offers a wide range of high-quality, char-grilled burgers complemented by an assortment of homemade toppings, zesty sides and classic American drinks.
You don't have to leave Macy's to experience the tastes of Mexico. Grab a quick meal courtesy of Rick Bayless' authentic Mexican street cuisine: tasty tortas, huaraches, handmade tamales and quesadillas.