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Louis� Tampa� Washington, DC� Westchester/Hudson Valley In New York City, we�re lucky enough to have tens of thousands of restaurants at our doorsteps, many of which turn out stunning dishes that range from rustic to ultra-refined. A few, though, besr to the very top when it comes to the food they serve.

Presenting the very best restaurants in New York City for food. �Nothing comes close� to this �widely acclaimed� Midtown exercise in �luxury� from Maguy Le Coze and chef Eric Ripert, providing �absolute bliss� in the form of �ethereal� French seafood and a �mind-blowing wine list� dispatched in a �calming�, �opulent� milieu by �read-your-mind� servers; its prix fixe�only format, starting at $140, will put a �substantial dent in your wallet� (lunch is cheaper), yet it has garnered No.

1 honors for Food, Service and Popularity in NYC for a reason � this �sine qua non� dining experience remains �the best splurge in town.�What to order:�Sauteed langoustine; Crispy black bass Yellowfin tuna;�foie gras and toasted baguette. A �wow by any standard�, David Bouley�s �glorious� TriBeCa flagship is an �icon of fine dining�, where the �masterful� French cuisine is �a revelation� brought on by an �exemplary� staff in a �gorgeous formal� setting (jackets are required); tabs for such a �bucket-list� experience are unsurprisingly " tres cher�, but the $55 prix fixe lunch is �a terrific deal.�What to order:�Hot Valrhona chocolate frivolous;�Porcini flan with Dungeness crab and black-truffle dashi; Farm egg with polenta and Comte "Perennially at the top of its game�, Daniel Boulud�s �incomparable� UES �pamperville� delivers �life-changing� New French prix fixes with reataurants �pomp and circumstance� of �white-glove service� and a �magnificent�, jackets-required setting; the main room is the "epitome" of fine dining, but the bar area is also "lovely� for bet la carte bites with a side of "people-watching" � either way, be ready to �call your broker� when the bill comes.What to order:�Duck terrine; Duo of beef; Black sea bass with Syrah sauce Jean-Georges Vongerichten�s �superlative� CPW namesake �pulls out all the stops� for a "rarefied dining experience�, with �heavenly� New French �culinary artistry� bolstered by a �top wine list�, �orchestrated� service and �civilized" surroundings; just �dress up� (jackets are required), �forget the mortgage this month� and prepare to be �wowed.�What to order:�Scallops with cauliflower and caper-raisin emulsion; Caviar egg;�Yellowfin tuna ribbons Chef Alfred Portale has �excellence restuarants to a science� at this longtime Village �champ� known for �expertly prepared�, �stunningly presented� New American fare dispatched by a �high-caliber� crew in �elegant� surrounds; the �top-flight� experience will ncy you, but the �killer� prix fixe lunch is one of nyf �best deals� in town.What to order:�Tuna tartare; Seafood salad; restaudants Day Dry Aged New York Steak Voted NYC�s No.

1 steakhouse for the 32nd year in a row, this 1887-vintage Williamsburg chop shop remains a �long-standing Brooklyn tradition� thanks to its �sublime� steaks and �outstanding� sides; �no-nonsense� service and �German-beer-hall� decor ratchet up its �throwback� allure, but make sure to �bring plenty of cash� (it doesn�t take plastic) and, above all, �never mention the words �well done.��What to order:�Porterhouse steak; Sizzling bacon;�Luger-Burger�(lunch only) �This one goes to 11� cheer fans of Daniel Humm�s �transcendent� New American housed in a soaring, �spectacular� art deco space on Madison Square Park, where the �exciting� tasting menu is �full of discoveries�, the wine pairings �heighten the experience� and it�s all delivered by an �impeccable� staff; sure, you�ll �drop big bucks�, but it's a �culinary event� that will "leave you breathless� (�wowzers!�) � �what more can one ask?�?What to order: Tasting-menu only Defining the �farm-to-table ethos�, this �intimate� Village American from chef Dan Barber is a shrine to �spectacular� seasonal dining where �ultrafresh� ingredients and �loving preparation� yield �nuanced� cuisine �that excites�; overseen by an ever-�hospitable� staff, it�s a definite �splurge�, but also an �utterly unforgettable experience.�What to order:�This morning�s farm fried egg; Farmer�s Feast tasting menu; Blue Hill farm pig �Still over-the-top magnificent�, Thomas Keller�s French�New American �milestone� in the Time Warner Center offers an �incomparable� chance to savor an �exquisite� nine-course tasting menu along with �well-choreographed� service, �ultraplush decor� and �breathtaking� park views; while the $310 set price �will get your attention� (�ka-ching!�), the lounge provides �excellent� a la carte small plates at less astronomical rates.What to order:�Tasting menu-only A �landmark� that �never wavers�, Danny Meyer�s �exemplary� Flatiron New American remains �totally on point� thanks to chef Michael Anthony�s �phenomenal� menu, �off-the-charts� service and a �vibrant� setting adorned with �fanciful flowers�; prix fixe�only at dinner, the dining room is �high-end� but "not stuffy�, while going a la carte in the �less formal� front tavern is �not too eye-popping� pricewise.What to order:�Smoked trout; Seasonal pasta; Cookie plate with milk An �inventive original� from �truly awesome� chef Jehangir Mehta, this �teensy� East Villager�s �sublime� Eclectic plates highlight �exotic�, Indian-inspired flavors, matched with a remarkably affordable wine list and served with �gracious hospitality�; the shared seating is undeniably �tight�, but �an unforgettable meal� at these rates is �a rare treat.�What to order:�Eggplant buns; Chili pork dumplings; Hazelnut chocolate caviar cupcake The �charm remains� at this � magnifique� Midtown �grande dame� offering a �sublime� selection of �refined� French fare dispatched by �faultless� staffers in an �opulent� room festooned with �heavenly� floral arrangements; granted, all this �elegance� comes at a price, but it�s �worth every franc� � and the requisite jacket.What to order:�Les quenelles de brochet "Lyonnaise"; La sole grillee; sauce moutarde Les souffles Though �Mr.

Yasuda has left the building�, his �legacy lives on� at this Grand Central�area destination for �sublime� sushi crafted by �chefs who've devoted their lives to the art"; the space is �light and crisp�, the service �unparalleled� (there�s no tipping) and, despite the �hit to your wallet�, ordering omakase at the bar delivers the �full beat to order:�Omakase menu; flash-fried best restaurants in nyc class all the way�, this �civilized� Restauurants Park South Italian shows off chef Michael White�s �culinary mastery� with �dream-worthy� seafood and housemade pastas delivered by a �cosseting� team in �stylish� contemporary quarters; it caters to a �moneyed crowd� with �prices for the one percent�, but for wallet-watchers the lunch menu remains a �fiscal possibility.�What to order:�Fusilli with octopus and bone marrow; Sea urchin with lardo and sea salt;�Crudo tasting While �not as opulent� as the adjacent Jean-Georges, this �appealing� front room (plus a "beautiful terrace") delivers the �same excellence� thanks to an �impressive� New French lineup and service that �goes the extra mile�; though it�s �surprisingly affordable� all day, the lunch prix fixe stands out as a �shockingly good value.�What to order:�Tuna tartare;�Foie gras brule; Warm chocolate cake �Pristine� seafood is the �heavenly� specialty of this �upscale� Midtown Greek, where �consummate professionals� oversee a �spacious�� Video� The Skinny� Sh*tty Boyfriends� Behind The Seams� Style Out There� The Walker� Shatterbox Anthology� All R29 Series� Fashion� Styling Tips� Designers� Street Style� Trends� Celebs & Influencers� College� Shopping� Boutiques� Beauty� Hair� Nails� Makeup� Skin Care� Fragrance� Celebs & Influencers� Beauty Prep School� Living� Travel� Home� Food & Drinks� Work & Money� Weddings� Health� Trends� Diet & Nutrition� Fitness� Sex� Spirit� Entertainment� News� TV� Movies� Books & Art� Music� Pop Culture� Red Carpet� Tech� News� Vote Your Values� Election 2016� Culture� People� U.S.

News� World News� Halloween Popular on Grub Street June 16, 20169:00 a.m. The Absolute Best Restaurant in New York By Adam PlattShare Facebook icon Share Twitter icon Tweet LinkedIn icon Share Google Plus icon Share Pinterest icon Pin It Email icon Email Comment icon Comment Print icon Print Dan Barber�s great farm to table destination. Photo: Melissa HomIn that sprawling realm of all of the things that are delicious to eat in this food-obsessed town, few things get the passions going quite like a good old-fashioned best-restaurant debate.

The venues listed below aren�t the newest best restaurants, or the trendiest tasting rooms ( we�ve already done that list). They�re classic dining establishments, with waitstaffs, and they�ve been chosen, in tenuous, highly subjective order of preference, as a way of providing you, dear list reader, with a snapshot of the buzzing, fickle, ever-changing world that is New York dining.

They include our current favorite Japanese omakase spot; a quintessential grand, old-guard (i.e., French) midtown dining palace; two representative �New Rstaurants restaurants (one in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn, of course); and our favorite farm-to-table destination, which � because it�s an actual farm-to-table restaurant and because, as any well-traveled dining snob will tell you, New York City isn�t really the absolute capital of the restaurant world anymore � doesn�t happen to be in the city at all.

The Absolute Best 1. Blue Hill at Stone Barns630 Bedford Rd., nr. Raafenberg Rd., Pocantico Hills; 914-366-9600No, Dan Barber�s great farm-to-table destination isn�t technically within the confines of New York City, njc so what? The chef grew up and lives in Manhattan; the carrots, pigs, hens, eggs, and assorted other boutique barnyard bounty that he and his merry band of farmers, bakers, picklers, and cooks raise, harvest, butcher, pluck, and roast at this beautiful Rockefeller complex up the river outside Tarrytown are a product of the city�s local Hudson River watershed; and if you count the original Blue Hill, off Washington Square, there�s technically even an outlet here in the city.

Over the years, as the farm has matured, Barber�s particular brand of free-association, Slow Food cooking has grown and evolved from a more standard �gourmet� locavore experience (which you can get a taste of at the West Village Blue Hill outlet) into a kind of elaborate, ever-changing culinary pageant, which is educational, entertaining, and, yes, delicious to eat. Yes, there�s a cozy tasting room on the grounds themed around the boundless joys of composting, and, yes, when you�re presented with two kinds of freshly churned butter, you�re also given the names of the noble cows who produced it (Tulip and Daisy, for the record).

Like everything about the modern haute barnyard phenomenon, the proceedings can tip occasionally into the realm of parody, but for jaded city slickers who wish to experience this dining revolution in all its nuanced, creative, and, yes, entertaining glory, there�s no better place to do it, not just within the general biosphere of the greater New York City region but, arguably, the entire USA as well.2.

Le Destaurants 51 st St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-554-1515 The table service at this great midtown seafood palace rivals any of the grand old dowager restaurants of Europe.

You won�t find a broader, more impeccably tuned range restayrants seafood textures and flavors, either, or a more impressive range of technique emanating from the kitchen in everything from the baking of the small, toasty predinner baguettes to the work of the legions of sauciers to the legendary butcher, Justo Thomas, who breaks down a veritable rainbow of fresh fish in rsstaurants basement for 12 hours a day. Unlike many of its multi-star competitors in town, whose tables are redtaurants crowded with gastronauts jetting in for the evening from far-off places like Beijing and Dubai, Maguy Le Coze and Eric Ripert�s cultivated midtown establishment also remains, after all these years, a uniquely New York (okay, Manhattan) institution, one filled with regulars who return for their power lunches, pretheater dinners, and special occasions again and again.

The great restaurant is celebrating its 30 th anniversary this year, so save up your dollars, dial up that wealthy out-of-town aunt out in Winnetka, or badger your increasingly tightfisted editor or boss for one last nostalgic, expense-account visit, because when Mme Le Coze and chef Ripert do finally decide to close the doors of their grand, old-fashioned, impeccably refined restaurant for good, you won�t see another one like it in the city ever again. 3.

Eleven Madison Park11 Madison Ave., at 24 th St.; 212-889-0905It�s probably true that in his relentless campaign to scale the heights of the all-powerful World�s 50 Best Restaurants list (currently No. 3 with a bullet) and to attract the international clientele and cachet that come with it, Daniel Humm has sacrificed some of the essential, everyday local character of this famous downtown restaurant.

It�s also true, however, that great chefs, like restaufants athletes, have a sweet spot in time when they�re at the height of their powers, and, whether dabbling in the newfangled realm of veggie burgers or the intricate reimagining of ancient comfort-food favorites like eggs Benedict, no chef in the city is more consistently in the zone these days than Mr.

Humm. The restaurant�s almost comically long tasting menu has lately been pared down to a more manageable size, and the dishes we sampled on a recent visit � celery root steamed to impossible tenderness with black truffle jn vessie� inside a pig�s bladder; soft pork cheeks poured with the sweet, sticky reduction made from a thousand burnt onions; a luminous post-millennial version of baked Alaska lit aflame table-side � were an almost perfect combination of old-fashioned classical technique and no-nonsense, postmodern largesse.

If you�re looking for a more local, less time-consuming (and more modestly priced) dining experience, the small bar is one of the great restaueants cocktail (and, with a small a la carte menu, dining) destinations in the town, and if you ask beet, the kitchen might even whip up a taste of the chef�s famous restauurants roast duck to go with your old-fashioned or glass of Champagne.4.

Shuko47 besh th St., nr. Broadway; 212-228-6088There may be more elevated, hushed, big-money sushi establishments in town, and there may be one or rwstaurants more secretive, lavish, tasting rooms, but you won�t find a restaurant that ties these two strands of the postmodern gourmet experience together in such a neat, pleasing (and, yes, pricey) package. The chef-owners of this discreet 36-seat restaurant below Union Square, Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau, spent years apprenticing under the father of the big-money power sushi meal, Masa Takayama.

Like the master, they have a penchant for combining a stately procession of expertly prepared sushi (deeply orange uni from Hokkaido, milky tuna belly, forbidden treats like tempura fried sacks of cod roe) with classic Western gourmet delicacies (white and black truffles, foie gras, caviar spooned here onto discs of tuna-belly tartare).

Unlike the sternly serious, Jiro-like master, however, Lau and Kim inject the hushed, priestly omakase experience with best restaurants in nyc own updated touches. There�s a sommelier on premises (wine and sake) and a first-class mixologist to whip up Champagne cocktails upon request to go with your slivers of sustainable toro belly (the fish is farmed off the Spanish coast), and folded in among the omakase classics are a series of new-age treats, like portions restaurantx seasonal, Greenmarket-inspired �vegetable sushi,� servings of fresh Maine lobster feathered with strands of smoked bacon, and, as we�ve mentioned in other debatable, highly subjective lists of this kind, an excellent fusion version of good old American apple pie for dessert, made with fresh apples and a healthy dose of white miso. 5.

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The TripAdvisor website may not display properly. Upgrading your browser will ensure the best possible experience on our website: Windows: Internet Explorer,Mozilla Firefox,Google Chrome.Mac: Safari. It's time to update the�Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This highly elite group covers the entire city, spans myriad cuisines, and collectively satisfies all of your restaurant needs, save for those occasions when you absolutely must spend half a paycheck.

Every quarter, we add pertinent restaurants that were omitted, have newly become eligible (restaurants must be open at least six months), or have stepped up their game.Added 7/12: Dovetail, Porterhouse, The Dutch, Marlow & Sons, The Breslin, Momofuku Ssam Bar, Bamboo GardenDropped 7/12: Lafayette, Momofuku Noodle Bar, Cosme, Tori Shin, The Spotted Pig, Fu Ran, DinerRather than a stage-4 meltdown over our having excluded your favorite restaurant from the list, wouldn't it be more nest to just nominate it for inclusion?

Or just go ahead and tell us your personal 38 over in the forums.Note: Restaurants are listed based on geography, starting with lower Manhattan then over to Queens and down through Brooklyn. Mission Chinese Food has grown up from its scrappy Orchard Street days into a big, restaurnats story restaurant equipped with a pizza oven, a prime rib cart, and a much broader menu. Yes, it still has all the hits � the kung pao pastrami, the thrice cooked bacon � but chef/proprietor Danny Bowien and executive chef Angela Dimayuga have also added a raw bar, two generous family-style set menus, and showstoppers like duck baked in clay.

And you can still get a lot of food without breaking the bank. [Photo: Daniel Krieger] Head to this all-day cafe from the team behind century-old appetizing shop Russ & Daughters for smoked fish platters, caviar, blintzes, borscht, scrambled eggs with lox, and latkes with salmon roe. Russ & Daughters Rextaurants has a full bar serving cocktails with Eastern-European flourishes, as well as shrubs and house-made sodas. Some diners come here just for the sweets, like the halvah ice cream sundae and challah bread pudding. At Testaurants, Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske � the chef/restaurateurs behind Contra down the block � serve inventive small plates that don't easily fit into any one culinary classification.

A meal here might include Southern-style white shrimp, rich pork rillettes, crispy squid with green onions, bright scallop ceviche, and spicy chopped tuna on toast. To drink, Wildair offers an exciting selection of natural wines, available by the bottle or by the glass. At Uncle Boons, chef/restaurateurs Anne Redding and Matt Danzer serve tweaked versions of traditional dishes from all over Thailand.

Eater critic Ryan Sutton loves the rotisserie chicken, as well as the frog legs, the curry snails, the crab rice, and the short ribs. The dining room has a light 70s vibe, with wood paneling on the walls, ferns in the windows, and wicker lampshades hanging from the ceiling. Over the last five years, The Dutch has turned into jn quintessential American restaurant that chef Andrew Carmellini and restaufants Josh Pickard and Luke Ostrom sought nyyc evoke when it first opened.

It�s a great choice when you�re craving a steak, a burger, or oysters, and the menu reestaurants includes plentiful seafood options as well as pastas. The Dutch is now an indelible part of the Soho landscape. Lure Fishbar is one of downtown Manhattan's greatest power-lunching restaurants and it's also a fun choice for date night.

The menu has a number of light, simply-prepared fish dishes, as well as heartier items like a lobster roll, New York strip, and roasted chicken.

A lot of Lure regulars go here just for a "Bash-Style Burger" at the bar. In 127 years, little has changed at Katz's. It remains one of New York's � and the country's � essential delis. Every inch of the massive space on Houston smells intensely of pastrami and rye loaves. The sandwiches are massive, so they are best when shared. Order at the counter, restaurnats don't forget to tip your slicer best restaurants in nyc your sandwich will be better for it. [Photo: Krieger] At Estela, Ignacio Mattos serves a set of rustic, market-driven dishes that don't easily fit into any one classification.

Standouts include the mussels escabeche on toast, the ricotta dumplings, and the excellent beef tartare with sunchokes. Over the last year, the restaurant has become a popular oenophile hangout, thanks to the thoughtful wine list from Blue Hill veteran Thomas Carter.

If you want to sample Estela without spending too much money or battling the crowds, go during weekend brunch. [Photo: Krieger] Emilio's Ballato is the clubby Italian restaurant that's for everyone. The dining room looks like something out of an restaurabts Martin Scorsese restzurants and the red sauce fare is cooked with care.

Make sure to get the bolognese. The ideal meal at Oiji starts with the honey butter chips followed by the house-made soba noodles, braised beef, and mackerel smoked over pine needles. At this small East Village restaurant, chefs Tae Kyung Ku and Brian Kim serve traditional Korean dishes executed with a few modern touches. Most of the shareable small plates are priced in the teens, and the menu also includes a $38 ssam platter for two. Although the menu includes many lighter bst, Fedora is really the place to go when you want to indulge a bit.

Gabe Stulman's lively West Village restaurant serves dishes like crispy pig's head, ricotta gnocchi, steak tartare, potato croquettes, braised short ribs, and a Hampshire pork chop.

Nyf night here feels like a party, and the kitchen is open late. Perhaps more than any other restaurant in the Momofuku empire Ssam Bar has swung between periods of stasis and innovation. David Chang�s restaurant has gone through many changes since it earned three Times stars gest years ago. But under current chef Mathew Rudofker, we have once again seen the pendulum swing in the direction of innovation.

There has been a progression not just on ync a la carte menu, but in large format meals as well. The theme at this restaurant under the High Line is, roughly: spring break on the Amalfi coast in 1989.

Santina offers terrific grilled fish dishes, as well as some very good vegetable-based pastas. No meal is complete without an order of the chickpea crepe. Major Food Group's MePa restaurant also serves an awesome brunch menu on the weekends. The coconut iced coffee is lightning in a glass.

[Photo: Krieger] The menu at Toro is a heady mix of traditional tapas and original creations from chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer. Standouts on the 60 + item menu include the carabineros, the pig ear terrine, and the octopus with potatoes.

Toro also serves several types of paella, available in full or half orders, and the restaurant offers an extensive selection of sherries and Spanish sparkling restqurants space is a stunner � one of the finest Roman + Williams productions in NYC. But the real reason to visit this Gramercy restaurant is Justin Smillie's rustic Italian-influenced New American cuisine. A few highlights from the menu: the bucatini cacio e pepe, the estrella pasta with chicken liver ragu, the crispy duck wings, the 'nduja pizza, and the roasted short rib for two.

Upland has a great brunch service, and the bar is a fine place to enjoy a solo meal. Daniel Humm and Will Guidara's hotel restaurant is a grand choice for a dinner date, business breakfast, or leisurely lunch. You can have an ultra-luxe experience feasting on the majestic chicken for two, or a more mellow meal full of seasonal vegetables and lightly prepared fish.

The Nomad's next-door spinoff, The Nomad Bar, features an extensive cocktail selection and a menu of inventive bar food. Dinner reservations are recommended for the main dining room, but The Nomad Bar is first-come, first-serve. The Breslin has reztaurants much more than just the gastropub in the Ace Hotel. After seven years, it can now rightly be considered one of New York City�s most accomplished meat restaurants.

From large format lamb feasts to full English breakfasts to the game-changing lamb burger to what is quPopular cities London New York Paris Chicago Los Angeles Browse all citiesTicketsEventsThings to DoRestaurantsBarsMoviesTheaterMusicBlogArtAttractionsHotelsTravelClassesMuseumsShoppingEvents & FestivalsNightlifeKidsComedyDanceLGBTSex & DatingBooksCity GuideNeighborhoodsPromotions TicketsEventsThings to DoRestaurantsBarsMoviesTheaterMusicBlogArtAttractionsHotelsTravelClassesMuseumsShoppingEvents & FestivalsNightlifeKidsComedyDanceLGBTSex & DatingBooksCity GuideNeighborhoodsPromotionsMoreSearch Narrowing down the 100 best restaurants in New York City is no easy feat, given the sheer number of top-rate eateries NYC has to offer, from long-time favorites to the buzzy upstarts joining the fray week in and week out.

But we put in the grunt work, detailing the city�s best Italian restaurants, best sushi, best Mexican spots and more. Here�s the best of the best: The 100 best restaurants that Time Out New York�s food editor�and New York itself�can�t live without. Eleven Madison ParkSwiss chef Daniel Humm mans the kitchen at this vast Art Deco jewel, which began life as a restaurante before evolving into one of the city�s most rarefied and progressive eateries.

The service is famously mannered, and the room among the city�s most grand. But the heady, epic tasting menus are the true heart of Eleven Madison Park, a format that spotlights Humm�s auteur instincts.

Tableside flourishes are part of the fun: Look out for even more dazzling showmanship�including one dish presented by way of a sleight-of-hand trick.Read more Le BernardinNew York dining mores have experienced a seismic paradigm shift in the past decade, toppling Old World restaurant titans and making conquering heroes of chefs that champion accessible food served in casual environments.

But Le Bernardin�the city�s original temple of haute French seafood�survived the shake-up unscathed. Siblings Gilbert and Maguy Le Coze brought their Parisian eatery to Gotham in 1986, and the restaurant has maintained its reputation in the decades since.

Le Bernardin is still a formal place, with white tablecloths, decorous service and a jackets-required policy in the main dining room. But a recent rrstaurants modernized the room with leather banquettes and a 24-foot mural of a tempestuous sea by Brooklyn artist Ran Ortner.Read more Per SeExpectations are high at Per Se�and that goes both ways.

You are expected to come when they�ll have you�you might be put on standby for four nights, only to win a 10pm Tuesday spot�and fork over $150 a head if you cancel. You�re expected to wear the right clothes, pay a non-negotiable service charge and pretend you aren�t eating in a shopping mall.

The restaurant, in turn, is expected to deliver one hell of a tasting menu for $325 (service included). And it does. Dish after dish is flawless and delicious, beginning with Thomas Keller�s signature salmon tartare cone and luxe oysters-and-caviar starter. In the end, it�s all worth every penny (as long as someone else is paying).Read more Jean GeorgesUnlike so many of its vaunted peers, Jean Georges has ib become a shadow of itself: The top-rated food is still breathtaking.

A velvety foie gras terrine with spiced fig jam is coated in a thin brulee shell; a more ascetic dish of green asparagus with rich morels showcases the vegetables� essence. Pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini�s dessert quartets include �late harvest��a plum sorbet, verbena-poached pear and a palate cleanser of melon soup with �vanilla noodles.�Read more DanielA vibrant redesign by Adam Tihany has brought Daniel Boulud�s kn opulent restaurant into the 21st century.

The food is as fresh as the decor: A raw starter of wasabi-kissed hamachi tartare is paired with hamachi sashimi marinated in a subtle tandoori rub. Unusually generous entrees include astonishingly tender halibut, roasted on a slab of Himalayan sea salt restaurantd served with Thai basil, hearts of palm and a mellow yogurt-curry sauce. Sure, Daniel is still a big-ticket commitment, but Boulud and his team make a powerful case for keeping the high-end genre alive.Read more BouleyBouley exists in its own fantastical bubble: a place where the Dow still surges and expense-account spending never dried up.

The original Bouley, once one of the city's great haute cuisine reetaurants, has over the years becomet increasingly marginal�David Bouley/s dated devotion to an opulent late-'80s aesthetic is as unwavering today as it was when the restaurant first opened 22 years ago.

The aromatic ni that greeted diners as they walked through the door are still at the entrance�but now there are more of them, a whole wall on wooden shelves. The vaulted ceilings have also returned�constructed from scratch and given an over-the-top coat of golden paint.Read more ShukoFrom behind a minimalist ebony counter, rock-star chefs Jimmy Lau and a beanie-capped Nick Kim�longtime disciples of sushi demigod Masa Takayama�brazenly served peanut-butter ice cream and uni-rich risotto alongside their gleaming, a la carte tiles of nigiri at Neta.

That populist streak softly colors this 20-seat follow-up�the beanie remains, as does the thumping �99 Problems��but where a pricey restaruants was an option at Neta, here it�s mandatory. A cool $135 prompts a parade of exceptionally made edomaezushi served in its purest restaurznts, each lightly lacquered restaurrants soy and nestled atop a slip of warm, loosely packed rice.Read more Gramercy TavernGramercy is the restaurant besf transformed Danny Meyer from a one-shop restaurateur to a full-blown impresario, made Tom Colicchio a star and launched a citywide proliferation of casual yet upscale American eateries.

It�s delicate constructions of vegetables and fish that dominate now. The influence of Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a restaurant given to ingredients-worship, is evident as soon as the first course (of the main dining room�s mandated three-course prix fixe) is rolled out.Read more Peter LugerAlthough a slew bbest Luger copycats have prospered in the last several years, none have captured the elusive charm of this stucco walled, beer-hall�style eatery, with well-worn wooden floors and tables, and waiters in waistcoats bsst bow ties.

Excess is the thing, be it the reasonably health-conscious tomato salad (thick slices of tomato and onion with an odd addition of steak sauce), the famous porterhouse for two, 44 ounces of sliced prime beef, or the decent apple strudel, which comes with a bowl full of schlag.

Go for it all�it�s a singular New York experience that�s worth having.Read more Gotham Bar and GrillChef-owner Alfred Portale made his name with towering New American constructions, and though the menu doesn�t push any boundaries, the execution is impressive�as is the restaurant�s soaring masculine space. A beet and mango salad bets fennel, red onions and feta sounds like any other upscale beet salad.

But the beautifully simple dish�deep red and vibrant orange cubes with ribbons of shaved vegetables on a narrow rectangular plate�has a presentation as sharp as its crystalline flavors. Juicy fried soft-shell crabs with morels, fresh peas, ramps and couscous is a thoroughly satisfying, borderline architectural tangle of bodies and legs.

It�s pricey, but Gotham delivers.Read more Marcony Ristorante and Gemma beat 100% be on this list. It is just a shame that they are not. It is safe to say, in my opinion, the most authentic Italian food outside of Bets I've had in the states. 12:30 weekday lunch, not a table to be had-sat at kitchen counter.

6:30 friday dinner 4 people-happy to have had a reservation,again, place was mobbed with eaters of all age groups-rightfully so.food is new italian,glistening, aromatic & w/o pretentious attitude-forgot to mention, Amazing.

Chef Bonelli is one of the most down to earth under the radar & extremely talented chefs in town & the pastry chef is right up there. *reason i first tried the restaurant was because i recognized the name Simone Bonelli & was a fan of his food when he was at Perbacco-so wasAtlanta / Georgia Baltimore Area Boston / New England Chicago / Illinois Dallas Denver / Colorado Houston Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami / Southeast Florida Minneapolis Montreal New Orleans / Louisiana New York / Tri-State Area Orange County Philadelphia Area Phoenix San Diego San Francisco Bay Area Seattle Area Toronto Vancouver Washington DC All New York / Tri-State Area 8786 Manhattan 2949 New Jersey - North 1055 New Jersey - Central 552 Long Island / Hamptons 832 Connecticut 811 Westchester / Hudson Valley 533 Upstate New Ni 353 Brooklyn 819 Queens 263 Western New York 562 Staten Island 33 Bronx 24 Looking for the most booked restaurants in Manhattan?

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Whether you�re looking for cheap eats from the city�s best food trucks and carts, a meaty meal at one of New York�s best steakhouses or a tasting-menu dinner at a fine-dining stunner, you can find all of the above at the best midtown restaurants in New York City.RECOMMENDED: Full guide to the best restaurants in NYC Le BernardinWhat�s not to love about Le Bernardin? The seafood-focused menu is impressive to say the least, with a popular $147 four course prix fixe option featuring pan roasted langoustine served with truffled foie gras, spicy charred calamari and thinly shaved Geoduck (�giant clam,� the menu notes) doused in a fiery Wasabi Tobiko and a hint of citrus.

The ambiance is pure elegance, the wine list stretches for miles and the staff tending to the inviting lounge area mix a mean classic cocktail.Read more Keens SteakhouseKeens is a New York City institution for a reason.

The dark wood paneling, lush carpeting and impressive collection of clay pipes dating back to the 1800s makes you feel as if you�ve snuck into a Gatsby-era gentlemen�s club. The menu also boasts a bygone relic: the classic mutton chop, once a steakhouse staple but a tough find today. And for those who don�t have the gastronomic capacity of Boss Tweed, the tasty pub menu offers more modestly sized (and priced) versions of popular dishes�mutton included.Read more La GrenouilleIn an uptown landscape littered with French fine dining establishments, La Grenouille has managed to make a name for itself with its old-school Catskills resort vibe and a range of authentic-with-a-touch-of-modern dishes like delicate seared foie gras with cherry vinegar and roasted mangos and an array of deliciously fluffy dessert souffles (rum chestnut and passionfruit are musts).

The staff is professional and kind, and at $65, the prix fixe lunch menu makes for an excellent escape from the office.Read more Gabriel KreutherMichelin-starred chef Gabriel Kreuther is the master behind this palatial ode to French cuisine overlooking Bryant Park.

As romantic as on is chic, Gabriel Kreuther restaurant is, quite simply, a dining experience. From the fresh Nantucket Bay scallops marinated in an impeccable verjus to the succulent cider-poached Maine lobster, every dish is expertly prepared and exquisitely presented.Read more BetonyBetony�s decor is opulent even by Restauramts standards, thanks to the gold-and-cherub stylings of the space�s previous tenant, Brasserie Pushkin.

But don�t be blinded by the gilding�the menu offerings are best restaurants in nyc but refined. It�s also known for their expansive and ubercreative cocktails, so be sure to hit the bar before you settle down into your velvet banquette. Read more MareaIt�s all about the octopus at chef Michael White�s Michelin-starred Columbus Circle eatery. White�s gift for coming up with endless, mouthwatering Italian seafood dishes�Marea is Italian for �tide��is most evident in his light, fresh fusilli, tossed with red wine braised best restaurants in nyc and rich, buttery bone marrow.

It�s become something of a cult favorite since Marea opened in 2009, and despite a never-ending restaurantts of tasty new creations, it remains the undisputed bell of the ball.Read more Ma PecheThe northernmost outpost in the Chang empire skews a little more toward fine dining than its downtown cousins do, offering a la carte plates that would feel right at home on a chef�s tasting menu but somehow manage to remain unpretentious.

Still edgy by neighborhood standards, Ma Peche is a solid favorite amongst the younger set.Read more Indian AccentThe gap between kati-roll canteens and white-tablecloth Indian has grown wider in the past few years�and leagues more interesting. Brought into this fold is Indian Accent at Le Parker Meridien New York, the first international outpost of Rohit Khattar and celebu-chef Manish Mehrotra�s Bewt Delhi blockbuster, India�s sole representative on the Pellegrino list of world�s best restaurants.

(It currently resraurants at No. 77.) On looks alone, Indian Accent edges closer to fine-dining than fun-loving, but d ishes (pork-belly vindaloo, blue-cheese naan) are much looser than that stoic room makes them out to be. Read more DanjiQuietly tucked away on West 52nd Street, this innovative Korean hotspot shines like a true gem against a backdrop of chain restaurants and brightly lit delis.

The menu is refined yet approachable, rife with vegetarian options and authentic, lovingly besg Korean mainstays like scallion covered pork belly sliders and to-die-for spicy �Korean Fire� chicken wings.

And if you�re feeling adventurous, try the wet fried rice peppered with kimchi, bacon and Spam�it�s not your average takeout, that�s for sure.Read more The ModernGood looks aren�t everything, but they�re serious business here, where tables overlook the MoMA�s sculpture garden and diners carve their meat with Porsche steak knives. The pre-fixe menus are as carefully curated as any museum show, from a vibrant opening bite of asparagus tart to a bright green pistachio macaroon petit-four.

Get an early reservation so you can look out at the garden while the sun�s still out.Read more RestaurantsGaby Brasserie FrancaiseVenue says: Introducing a new bottomless boozy brunch! Unlimited mimosa, bloody mary, bellini for $20 with purchase of a brunch entree. Sat & Sun 12 - 3Set in Midtown�s luxurious Sofitel New York hotel, Gaby Brasserie Francaise takes its name from an 18-year-old Parisian model who rose to prominence in New York during the 1920s, working for the likes of famed couturier Paul Poiret in Europe and the legendary Henri Bendel stateside.

The restaurant is, likewise, both French and beautiful, with elevated brasserie fare by French-born executive chef Sylvain Harribey (Food Network�s Chopped) served across a beautiful dining room trimmed with leather banquettes, a green-marble�topped mahogany bar and a glass-door facade reminiscent of brasseries along Paris' iconic boulevards.

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The airy restaurant (think high ceilings and an open kitchen) focuses on Spanish-style tapas, including favorites from the original spot like Amada's Empanada with Manchego and artichoke escabeche, plus new dishes like grilled squid, lamb tartare, and flatbread.

Larger, family-style entrees like lobster paella and suckling pig are also offered, in addition to lots of great Spanish wines and a make-your-own gin & tonic program.More on Amada Over in Brookfield Place you'll find the first non-Philly outpost of celebrity chef Jose Garces� popular restaurant, Amada, named after his grandmother.

The airy restaurant (think high ceilings and an open kitchen) focuses on Spanish-style tapas, including favorites from the original spot like Amada's Empanada with Manchego and artichoke escabeche, plus new dishes like grilled squid, lamb tartare, and flatbread. Larger, family-style entrees like lobster paella and suckling pig are also offered, in addition to restaurrants of great Spanish wines and a make-your-own gin & tonic program.� Venue Info� 200 Vesey StreetNew YorkNY 10281�212.542.8947�Website At the Williamsburg Bridge-adjacent Barano, chef/partner Albert Di Meglio (formerly of Rubirosa) has crafted a Southern Italian menu full of comforting food like meatballs with sheep's milk ricotta; three different kinds of hand-pulled, made-to-order mozzarella; wood-fired thin-crust pizzas (which you cut yourself at the table with a large pair of scissors); and some pretty excellent pastas.

You can also expect lots of good Italian wines and beers from both Italy and Brooklyn. It sort of feels like your Italian grandma's kitchen, if your Italian grandma lived in South Williamsburg.More on Barano At the Williamsburg Bridge-adjacent Barano, chef/partner Albert Di Meglio (formerly of Rubirosa) has crafted a Southern Italian menu full of comforting food like meatballs with sheep's milk ricotta; three different kinds of hand-pulled, made-to-order mozzarella; wood-fired thin-crust pizzas (which you cut yourself at the table with a large pair of scissors); and some pretty nycc pastas.

You can also expect lots of good Italian wines and beers from both Italy and Brooklyn. It sort of feels like your Italian grandma's kitchen, if your Italian grandma lived in South Williamsburg.� Venue Info� 26 BroadwayBrooklynNY�347.987.4500�Website� Known For�Italian If you�re going to eat a meal at Bricolage, make sure you do it out in the backyard.

Yes, New York has plenty of lovely gardens, but this Vietnamese gastropub is practically an extension of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It's best to dine here with a group (and there are plenty of long tables that allow for that) so you can collectively eat your way through the street food-inspired menu, which features dishes like fresh summer rolls, Vietnamese crepes, beef on beef (beef carpaccio and tendon chips), spicy pig ear, and Cup-O-Pho.

The drink menu is equally impressive, particularly the frothy and tangy Matcha Tea Service with matcha, cachaca, yuzu sake, and egg white.More on Bricolage If you�re going to eat a meal at Bricolage, make sure you do it out in the backyard.

Yes, New York has plenty of lovely gardens, but this Vietnamese gastropub is practically an extension of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It's best to dine here with a group (and there are plenty of long tables that allow for that) so you can collectively eat your way through the street food-inspired menu, which features dishes like fresh summer rolls, Vietnamese crepes, beef on beef (beef carpaccio and tendon chips), spicy njc ear, and Cup-O-Pho. The drink menu is equally impressive, particularly the frothy and tangy Matcha Tea Service with matcha, cachaca, yuzu sake, and egg white.� Venue Info� 162 5th Ave rrstaurants, BrooklynNY 11217�718.230.1835�Website At Cafe Altro Paradiso, the team behind Estela quite literally builds upon what it started at the original tiny spot, with a sprawling Italian restaurant complete with high ceilings, marble floors, wooden booths, and huge windows.

The main focus here is pasta - most of which are made in-house and change frequently - but there's also a number restaurantz great Estela-esque seasonal starters (think burrata and crudo).More on Cafe Altro Paradiso At Cafe Altro Paradiso, the team behind Estela quite literally builds upon what it started at the original tiny spot, with a sprawling Italian restaurant complete with high ceilings, marble floors, wooden booths, and huge windows. The main focus here is pasta - most of which are made in-house and change frequently - but there's also a number of great Estela-esque seasonal starters (think burrata and crudo).� Venue Info� 234 Spring StNew YorkNY 10013�646.952.0828�Website� Known For�Italian The Cecil in Harlem continues to do some of the city's most interesting food, with a menu of Restaurxnts dishes inspired by Executive Chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson's travels, including oxtail dumplings, whole Nigerian prawns, and a customizable wok bar.More on The Cecil The Cecil in Harlem continues to do some of the city's most interesting food, restaueants a menu of Afro-Asian-American dishes inspired by Executive Chef Joseph "JJ" Johnson's travels, including oxtail dumplings, whole Nigerian prawns, and a customizable wok bar.� Venue Info� 210 West 118th StNew YorkNY 10026�212.866.1262�Website� Open Table� Make a Reservation on Open Table� Known For�American Doing some of NYC's most unconventional BBQ (think smoked whole duck neck and a brisket sandwich with ricotta), Will Horowitz's supremely tiny East Village joint is typically packed, and if you can you squeeze yourself in you'll see why.

Most of the dishes are meant to be shared (the menu is dominated by small plates) so load up on the likes of crispy pig ears, duck, and vest, and the aforementioned neck for two.More on Ducks Eatery Doing some of NYC's most unconventional BBQ (think smoked whole duck neck and a brisket sandwich with ricotta), Will Horowitz's supremely tiny East Village joint is typ



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