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Eleven Madison Park
9
$$$
European
Flatiron District
21 reviews
Most chefs choose to scrap menus, change business partners, and generally turn their professional lives upside down in times of crisis or economic distress. — New York Magazine
Le Bernardin
9
$$$
Japanese
Midtown
20 reviews
New York's Holy Grail for food critics—and diners — National Geographic
Daniel
9
$$$
American
Upper East Side
20 reviews
Superstar French suited to your dramatic entrances. Like a Roman palazzo, hitting Corinthian columns, glitzy chandeliers, clean white scheme. — BlackBook
Marea
9
$$$
Mediterranean
Midtown
18 reviews
Michael White goes for the trifecta after major scores with Convivio and Alto. Name means tide, high-end Italian seafood is the angle, with market-fresh fish from around the world. — BlackBook
Per Se
9
$$$
Burgers
Midtown
18 reviews
It'll still take you five hours to stuff yourself silly on foie gras and truffles as a cavalcade of servers fawns over you. — Forbes Travel Guide
The Modern
9
$$$
American
Midtown
20 reviews
The Bar Room's menu of small plates is already the favorite with diners, but both spaces have ravishing Danish modern settings and Meyer's famously perfect service. — Concierge
Peter Luger Steak House
9
$$$
American
Williamsburg
19 reviews
New York’s most storied steakhouse (in operation since 1887) serves up an amazingly tender porterhouse cut. Reservations essential; cash or debit card only. — Lonely Planet
Momofuku Ssam Bar
9
$$
American
East Village
19 reviews
With a mile-long list of accolades and awards—and even longer waits for stools at his East Village dining bars—the Korean-American cook David Chang is New York’s favorite chef du jour. — Travel + Leisure
Masa
9
$$$
Japanese
Midtown
12 reviews
The tasting menu costs $400 before you take a sip of sake, but for fans, that's simply the price of perfection: Masa has been known to jet over to Japan to choose his impeccable fish. — Concierge
Brooklyn Fare
9
$$$
American
Boerum Hill
13 reviews
An upscale culinary experience awaits those who get one of the few coveted reservations at the Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare. — Frommer's
Momofuku Ko
9
$$$
American
East Village
16 reviews
Getting into David Chang’s most popular incarnation, Momofuku Ko , takes dedication: bookings are done online and a week in advance. — Lonely Planet
Jean Georges
9
$$$
American
Upper West Side
16 reviews
Open since 1997, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's signature restaurant on Columbus Circle remains one of the world's greatest. — Concierge
La Vara
8
$$
Mediterranean
Cobble Hill
15 reviews
Chefs Alex Raij and Eder Montero decided to do something different by exploring the influences that the Jews and Moors had on Spanish food on Spanish food over the centuries. — The Infatuation
Gramercy Tavern
8
$$$
American
Flatiron District
19 reviews
Gramercy Tavern sits in a stately building set steps away from the esteemed Gramercy Park. — Michelin Guide
Bar Boulud
8
$$$
American
Upper West Side
16 reviews
Tastes change, and Daniel Boulud, in his deliberate, careful way, is changing with them. The great chef has always been a connoisseur of down-home cooking. — New York Magazine
Sushi Yasuda
8
$$$
Japanese
Midtown
15 reviews
If Sushi Yasuda is a shrine to raw fish, Naomichi Yasuda is the high priest. — Gayot
Barbuto
8
$$
Italian
Greenwich Village
17 reviews
Everyone loves the place. Being a class act comes with the territory. — Tasting Table
Cookshop
8
$$
American
Chelsea
17 reviews
TO appreciate how far eating has evolved from a matter of survival to a statement of values, take a trip to Cookshop and a look at its chalkboards. — New York Times
Maialino Resturant
8
$$$
Italian
Gramercy-Flatiron
14 reviews
Though its website says this restaurant is inspired by the trattorias of Rome, I’d be more specific than that. — Frommer's
The Lambs Club
8
$$$
American
Midtown
15 reviews
The Lambs Club might have as many solid dishes as a two- star restaurant, but the high prices magnify the misses here. — Bloomberg
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