Hell’s Kitchen

Named after a 19th-century motorcycle gang, “Hell’s Kitchen” is nowhere near the image its intimidating name evokes. This up-and-coming neighborhood has the perfect mix of culture and entertainment, plus that no-frills, unpretentious personality that adds a unique flair to its tight-knit community’s low-key lifestyle.

The Hell's Kitchen Neighborhood

Despite skyscrapers and swanky high-rises that pepper the neighborhood’s skyline, Hell’s Kitchen maintains an unapologetic, take-it-or-leave-it vibe, offering an escape from the exclusive and privileged air that its neighboring upscale boroughs exude. Its busy streets are packed with local businesses –bodegas, bistros, and cafés make it loud and chaotic but not as congested as Midtown. Its atmosphere is colorful, vibrant, and very welcoming –it feels like a real community that has stayed close to its roots. Its assortment of affordable walkups and doorman buildings, plus newly constructed luxury condos, provides versatile housing options too.


Diners are bound to get a slice of heaven from hidden gem restaurants and eateries scattered around Hell’s Kitchen, featuring cuisines from all corners of the globe.

Instantly taking you to Old Havana, Guantanamera serves up the city’s best Cuban sandwiches. The stiff mojitos, live music, crowded bar, and hand-rolled cigars make for an unforgettable dining experience too.

Noodle joint, Totto Ramen, is designed for quick yet flavorful meals. The best seats are at the counter, where diners can watch the spectacle of chefs scorching pork slices with a propane torch. Its specialty is the chicken paitan ramen, a creamy and poultry-based interpretation of Japan’s famous pork tonkotsu.

A top dining destination for authentic Thai fare on Ninth Avenue, Pure Thai Cookhouse is a shophouse-style restaurant that features homemade noodles and other prized signature dishes from the farmlands, floating markets, and fishing villages around Thailand. The pan-regional menu includes vegetable spring rolls, Thai curry dumplings, and Ratchaburi crab and pork noodles.

Hell's Kitchen: Do and See

Hell’s Kitchen is a melting pot of cultures, giving the neighborhood its energy and unique character. This also means no shortage of things to do and see.

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is an American military and maritime history museum showcasing a collection of museum ships in New York City, including the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid. Visitors get to examine original artifacts, view historic video footage, and explore interactive exhibits.

Heading from the Intrepid on 46th Street, one will come across the Landmark Tavern at 11th Avenue which is one of the city’s oldest bars that has been in operation since 1868. It began as an Irish waterfront saloon and over the years, turned into a speakeasy. 

Manhattan’s West side backyard, the Hudson River Park is a 550-acre waterfront park offering lush, verdant spaces that serve as a respite from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The Theatre District in Hell’s Kitchen is one of the biggest reasons to visit the neighborhood. For theater fans, an itinerary would be incomplete without visiting the Drama Book Shop –an NYC theater scene mainstay and cultural institution where one could find manuscripts, vocal scores, and other stage materials.

Plastic Surgery Clinic in Hell's Kitchen

Dr. Philip Miller offers world-class facial and body rejuvenation at his plastic surgery clinic in the heart of Manhattan. 

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If you are located in Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood and would like to rejuvenate your facial appearance or achieve your dream physique through a cosmetic facial plastic surgery procedure, contact Gotham Plastic Surgery today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Miller. 

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At Gotham Plastic Surgery, we create custom treatment plans that combine minimally-invasive techniques and advanced technology to help patients achieve the best version of themselves. Our unique NatraFace™ approach addresses both restorative and transformative changes.

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Our esteemed surgeons utilize the NatraNose™ technique to bring together innovative artistry and unparalleled skill to deliver results that look natural, improve nasal function, and help achieve each patient’s aesthetic goals.

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Patients from all over the world have undergone amazing body transformation at Gotham, enjoying slimmer bodies with satisfying contours. Our advanced physicians apply their skill and expert technique to precisely sculpt other areas of the body, including the cheeks, chin, buttocks, hips, love handles, knees, upper arms, thighs, and even the neck.

Known for our flawless techniques and a range of skincare options, Gotham Plastic Surgery has all the tools necessary for complete, natural, and comprehensive rejuvenation. As part of a customized treatment plan, these procedures can be performed standalone or in combination with surgical procedures for even more impressive results.

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The Plastic Surgery Podcast with Dr. Philip Miller

Tune into The Plastic Surgery Podcast, hosted by facial plastic surgeon Dr. Philip Miller. Dr. Miller is here to answer your questions, de-mystify plastic surgery, and help you feel more knowledgeable and empowered about any procedure performed at our center.

  • Episode 44: My First Time

    8 min
  • Episode 43: Top 10 Reasons Not To Get A Rhinoplasty ( Plastic Surgery)

    20 min
  • Episode 42 : Osteomas & Lipomas

    11 min
  • Episode 41: All Ears Considered!

    8 min
  • Episode 40: Infrared Light Therapy

    9 min
  • Episode 39: Beauty, the Plateau

    6 min
  • Episode 38: Botox and Dermal Fillers

    3 min
  • Episode 37: Cost of Rhinoplasty

    1 min
  • Episode 36: Different Types of Nasal Surgeries

    3 min
  • Episode 35: Do You Have to Break the Nose for Rhinoplasty?

    2 min
  • Episode 34: Do You Have to Stay Overnight After Having a Rhinoplasty?

    2 min
  • Episode 33: Don't Have a Rhinoplasty!

    2 min
  • Episode 32: Endonasal or External

    1 min
  • Episode 31: Are You a Candidate?

    2 min
  • Episode 31: Asian Nose Job

    3 min
  • Episode 30: In The Office

    17 min
  • Episode 29: Can My Nose be Made Smaller?

    4 min
  • Episode 28: Can't Breath Through Nose

    3 min
  • Episode 27: Chin Implants - Mentoplasty

    2 min
  • Episode 26: Columellar Struts

    23 sec
  • Episode 25: Common Terms

    5 min
  • Episode 24: Connection Between Facial Resurfacing and Tattooing

    5 min
  • Episode 23: The Sooner, The Better?

    4 min
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