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European
Flatiron District
21 reviews
"Well-choreographed", "theatrical" tasting menus (think "card tricks") feature "exquisite" dishes and "memorable" wine pairings. — Zagat
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Japanese
Midtown
19 reviews
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. — Time Out
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American
Upper East Side
19 reviews
Still the "hautest of haute" after two decades, Daniel Boulud's "magnificent" Eastsider offers a "religious experience" via "otherworldly" prix fixe–only New French cuisine. — Zagat
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American
East Village
19 reviews
Pork. Pork. Other stuff. Pork. Yum. — Not For Tourists
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Mediterranean
Midtown
18 reviews
Michael White is a master of pasta and seafood and when he puts them together--like in the spaghetti with crab and sea urchin--food magic happens — Tasting Table
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Burgers
Midtown
18 reviews
Divine...but you practically have to sell a kidney to afford it. — Not For Tourists
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Mediterranean
Cobble Hill
15 reviews
Tapas-style restaurant that blends Moorish, Jewish, and Spanish influences with terrific results. — Michelin Guide
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American
Williamsburg
19 reviews
A standard bearer of Brooklyn steak, this renowned steak house serves hunks of beef for two, three and four, alongside their special sauce — Where
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American
Chelsea
18 reviews
Local farmers and artisans provide the sustainable ingredients and grass-fed and humanely raised animals for Executive Chef Marc Meyer’s earthy cuisine — Where
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American
Midtown
18 reviews
The servings are tapas-sized, but very elegantly presented. Some favorites: sweetbread ravioli, arctic char tartar, braised pork cheeks with sauerkraut. — Village Voice
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American
Upper West Side
16 reviews
Tastes change, and Daniel Boulud, in his deliberate, careful way, is changing with them. The great chef has always been a connoisseur of down-home cooking. — New York Magazine
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American
Harlem
17 reviews
Named after the legendary Harlem speakeasy, Red Rooster Harlem serves up sophisticated soul food. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Midtown
16 reviews
Those who take the time and care to explore his menu of both traditional and modernized Korean food will be rewarded. — New York Times
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Italian
Greenwich Village
17 reviews
Located in an airy former garage, Chef Jonathan Waxman's menu features rotating seasonal dishes that may include sautéed fillet of fluke and grilled leg of lamb — Where
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American
Flatiron District
20 reviews
Charming Gramercy Tavern is self-assured without being flashy and comfortable without being dull. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Queens
15 reviews
Hail, holy Sripraphai! We crown thee the greatest Thai restaurant in all the city! — Not For Tourists
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Italian
TriBeCa
19 reviews
This casual Italian taverna is a showcase for star chef Andrew Carmellini’s exceptional creations; try the porchetta sandwich ($17), spiced glazed duck ($29) or his fabulous pastas ($17–20). — Rough Guide
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American
SoHo
18 reviews
Chef Andrew Carmellini dresses steak tartare in Caesar, tosses spaghetti with black kale carbonara and roasts short ribs in stout. L (Mon-Fri), D (nightly), Brunch (Sat & Sun). — Where
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Italian
Gramercy-Flatiron
14 reviews
The salami, cheese, dessert, coffee and bread stations are showcased in the center of this lovingly recreated Roman trattoria. — Where
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American
Midtown
15 reviews
The appetizers will ease you toward an entrée and the runaway best of those is the Chatham cod with slow roasted pork belly, leeks and clams. — Frommer's
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