ONE Dine at One World Observatory
Elevate your dinner plans.
Experience premier dining high above Manhattan’s spectacular skyline while enjoying first-class service and gourmet cuisine. ONE Dine features a diverse and seasonally inspired menu and signature dishes; including a nightly array of premium meats and freshly caught seafood.
Please note: admission to One World Observatory is purchased separately
Reservations for À La Carte Dining
ONE Dine incorporates quality-driven ingredients to create seasonally inspired plates. Tickets are required for entry and reservations are available 30 days in advance. Make reservations for 1-6 people through Open Table.
Thursday - Monday 1 pm – 9 pm
Last seating 7:30 pm
Closed Tuesday – Wednesday
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Contact Us for Group Reservations
ONE Dine incorporates quality-driven ingredients to create seasonally inspired plates. Tickets are required for entry and reservations are available 30 days in advance. For parties over 6, fill out our group reservations form.
New York's most acclaimed view restaurant!
Meet Our Culinary Team
CHEF MICHAEL SCHMUTZER
An accomplished chef, Schmutzer has served four-and-five Star and Diamond restaurants & hotels such as Doral Arrowwood, Abigail Kirsch Catering, and Seabourn Cruise Lines. Not only is Schmutzer a culinary master, but as a 2006 Culinary Federation Competition Gold Medalist, he dedicates much of his free time to advancing his skills in the kitchen arts.
When he is not pursuing his passion for food at Legends at One World Observatory, Schmutzer serves as the Chairman of the Board at the American Culinary Federation - Westchester & Lower Connecticut Chapter. In this role, Schmutzer stays current with restaurant trends and innovations, as well as gives back to the local culinary community.
A dedicated philanthropist, Schmutzer is heavily involved in charitable endeavors and volunteerism, supporting such causes as The United Way, The Arc of Westchester, and Feeding Westchester, for which he raised funds and awareness in 2014 by running the Boston Marathon.
Schmutzer's experience, expertise, and dedication to furthering the culinary arts make him a valued leader of the team at One World Observatory, where much of his focus is on expanding his staff's skills and experience.