Ritz Carlton: The Ritz Carlton's one restaurant, Jer-Ne, isn't exactly a hot spot -- you probably won't see The Yankees here blowing off steam after a game. Luckily the surrounding area provides plenty of quality dining.
Waldorf: If there is one reason to visit The Waldorf, it's the in-house dining options. Inagiku was the first sushi restaurant to open in New York in 1974 and is considered the most highly regarded of the hotel's eating spots. Bull and Bear Steakhouse, which is covered in rich mahogany and leather, is the perfect spot for a post-game steak and scotch. The Waldorf is also home to Oscar's American Brasserie, a very causal breakfast and lunch buffet, and Peacock Alley, a popular spot for evening drinks and Sunday brunch. Guests may also want to check out the Cocktail Terrace, which sits right above the Park Avenue entrance and features live piano on Saturdays.
Winner: The Waldorf (by a landslide)