It’s not uncommon to bump into a celeb when frolicking around NYC, but beyond just passing them on the street you can also dine like them–like grabbing a bite to eat at a celebrity-owned restaurant!
Experts at Q.R. Code Generator analyzed a list of celebrity-owned and invested restaurants all across the United States to see which ones were ranking among the best based on the average total percentage of excellent reviews on Google Reviews. And, according to the data, the seventh best celebrity-invested restaurant is right here in NYC!
According to the study, Nicholas Braun is in seventh place with NYC restaurant S&P Lunch, one of the several NYC-based venues he’s invested in.
The study writes:
At number seven is Nicholas Braun’s S&P Lunch in New York, which has 76.89% of excellent reviews. The Succession actor’s restaurant has a casual atmosphere and serves sandwiches, soups and salads at a counter with bar stool seating.
S&P Lunch is “a new place at a very old lunch counter.”
Located in the former Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop’s space (174 5th Ave), chefs cook up dishes like matzo ball soup, endless creative sandwiches such as cream cheese and olives and their famed tuna melt, and burgers, among other dishes.
Nicholas Braun is, of course, best known for his role as Greg Hirsch in the HBO series Succession, for which he has received three nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
S&P Lunch isn’t NYC’s only restaurant that made the list, however. NYC’s best celebrity-owned and invested restaurant runner ups include:
- Polo Bar New York – Ralph Lauren
- Laughing Man Coffee Shop New York – Hugh Jackman
- Mermaid Oyster Bar New York – Zach Braff
A spokesperson for Q.R. Code Generator commented on the findings, stating “It’s fascinating to see the study’s top 10 best-rated celebrity restaurants, as celebrities’ restaurants have become a popular trend in the culinary world. These star-studded ventures offer a unique dining experience that combines the glamour of the entertainment industry with the artistry of food.”