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LA’s Bibo Ergo Sum Recreates the Owner’s First Cocktail Bar Experience

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Tait Forman’s goal was not to create just any bar. He aimed to make Bibo Ergo Sum in Los Angeles that bar from your memories — the one you can’t forget and want to return to over and over again.

“I love the power that a great cocktail and great company can have as an emotional and transformational experience,” the cocktail consultant said. “I wanted the opportunity to try and provide that for others as well, and basically continue to create that space.”

So far, Forman has been successful with his bar Bibo Ergo Sum (Latin for “I drink, therefore I am”), which opened in West Hollywood’s up-and-coming Robertson Plaza in late 2017. The bar is quickly gaining buzz around Los Angeles for its unique cocktails and stunning art deco interior.

The 2006 magician movie The Prestige inspired Bibo Ergo Sum’s opening cocktail menu, which the 18 drinks are divided into the three stages of an illusion: the Pledge, riffs on classic cocktails; the Turn, unexpected takes on simple flavors; and The Prestige, unique cocktails with complex flavors.

“When you look at a cocktail menu, there's 10-plus cocktails [in a list],” Forman said. “I wanted guests to not have to think about all of those options at once, but divide it into sections, so that they can kind of have more of a guideline for how to work their way through the menu.”

The movie theme wasn’t completely intentional, but it fits with Forman’s previous experience — his family runs Arclight Cinemas. Forman worked with Proprietors LLC’s David Kaplan, Alex Day, and Devon Tarby on the cocktail menu for the new cocktail bar, which then led to Proprietors recently revamping food and beverage program at Arclight.

So far, several cocktails stand out on the current menu. Forman pointed to the Turn’s Grandpa Joe, a stirred whiskey sour with American whiskey, clarified orange and lemon juices, Gran Marnier, and Angostura bitters with a block of ice. “It's already a dangerously drinkable cocktail,” Forman said. “If people say they're into whiskey, that's usually where I steer them first.”

The Prestige’s High Note is made with toasted sesame Olmeca Altos Plata Tequila, Illegal Joven Mezcal, coconut cream, pineapple and lime juices, pandan, Thai chili. “Man, that’s a smiley drink,” Forman said. “You drink that, and you're having a good night.”

Forman’s personal favorite is The Prestige’s Cold Hollow, with Lustau Amontillado and Oloroso sherries, salted caramel apple cordial, Pierre Ferrand Ambre cognac, Plantation OFTD rum. “For being as low alcohol as it is, it’s just such an explosion of sherry flavor,” Forman said. “It's really rad.”

Forman knew he wanted to team up with Proprietors after visiting New York City’s Death & Company with his wife and his sister-in-law a few years ago. He called the bar “one of his first true cocktail bar experiences.”

“The bar staff were sweet — they wanted to help and they were attentive,” Forman recalled. “At the same time, there was this book of incredible potions. I was completely awestruck. When it came back around to writing the business plan for Bibo, I was like, ‘Man, if only I could talk to the guys who opened that bar.’”

After that, Forman contacted Proprietors with the goal of creating a similar feeling for Bibo Ergo Sum and its location in Robertson Plaza. Currently, the plaza also includes a Blue Bottle Coffee location and other restaurants in the process of moving into the space.

“It's been so exciting to see people who live in the neighborhood come back,” Forman said. “Ultimately, the goal is that we want to serve the people in this neighborhood who just want that local hangout, that place to go after a long day of work and meet up with a buddy, or just kind of come hang out and chat with the staff.”


Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

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Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

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Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

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Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

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Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

| Read More: Top 15 Essential NYC Restaurants |

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To book a reservation at any of the restaurants or for information on travel accommodations in New York City, contact [email protected] or inquire in the chat box below.


Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

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Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

| Read More: Top 15 Essential NYC Restaurants |

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To book a reservation at any of the restaurants or for information on travel accommodations in New York City, contact [email protected] or inquire in the chat box below.


Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

| Read More: Top 15 Essential NYC Restaurants |

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To book a reservation at any of the restaurants or for information on travel accommodations in New York City, contact [email protected] or inquire in the chat box below.


Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

| Read More: Top 15 Essential NYC Restaurants |

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To book a reservation at any of the restaurants or for information on travel accommodations in New York City, contact [email protected] or inquire in the chat box below.


Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants

Manhattan is the centerpiece of New York City’s hustle and bustle with a diversity of neighborhoods offering up decadent restaurants for locals and visitors alike. Some of the city’s fine dining mainstays are known as the best restaurants in the world, with expertly-trained chefs creating exceptional fare. From Italian classics to French innovations, these Manhattan restaurants are the place to be to experience some of the best cuisine in the world.

Photo: Zocha Group – Top 20 Manhattan Restaurants in New York City

Carbone

Traditional Italian flair comes standard at Greenwich Village’s Carbone, where a reservation will earn you a seat at a table filled with inventive takes on delicious pastas. The vintage ambiance brings forth a theatrical element to your meal making for an unforgettable experience.

Momofuku Ko

The seasonal tasting menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients has rendered Momofuku Ko as an essential player in the NYC foodie landscape. Dine in a contemporary, East Village domain with an open kitchen to view Chef David Chang’s craftsmanship of Asian-inspired dishes, which has earned the restaurant two Michelin stars.

Jean-Georges

Fine dining in Manhattan is Jean-Georges’ speciality, with three Michelin stars proving it will dazzle your taste buds on the Upper West Side. The luxurious environment of crisp, white furnishings places the spotlight on the menu, influenced by French and Asian cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park

Eleven Madison Park has continued to provide an exceptional dining experience since its opening, impressing guests with decadent plates of modern French fare. The prix-fixe tasting menu will surpass expectations in this three Michelin-starred restaurant.

Atla excels in serving modern Mexican cuisine in a fresh, stylish setting. The inviting menu of innovative eats draws in guests all day long to experience flavorful dishes in an airy atmosphere.

Uncle Boons

This intimate, Michelin-starred Thai restaurant in Nolita surrounds guests with a kitschy feel in an underground space. The inventive take on classic Thai comfort recipes is unmatched and perfect for lovers of spicy fare.

The Grill

The elegant, mid-century style of The Grill brings forth a nostalgic ambiance while guests enjoy the luxury of a French-inspired menu. The historic space elevates its menu to serving classic plates with a touch of prestige.

Daniel

Long-established luxury combines with a fresh, modern menu at the Upper East Side’s Daniel. It has become a New York City fine dining staple with its contemporary French menu in a sophisticated setting.

With the best elements of an American steakhouse mixed with a traditional Korean BBQ concept, Cote is the best of both worlds earning it a Michelin star within its first year.

Upland

Named after its chef’s California hometown, Upland brings West Coast-inspired cuisine to the Flatiron with a menu centered on meats, veggies and pasta in a trendy habitat. The lavish yet welcoming space offers something for everyone alongside a notable wine list.

Le Coucou

The softly lit dining room filled with white tablecloths and sparkling chandeliers puts you in the mood at SoHo’s Le Coucou, a French restaurant of Parisian sentiments from an American chef. You’ll find a menu of traditional classics along with contemporary innovations in a romantic setting.

Frenchette

This French brasserie brings an energetic warmth to its Tribeca neighborhood. Bustling weekends make reservations scarce with guests dining from a menu of traditional and modern plates with a New York City influence.

Russ & Daughters Cafe

With over 100 years to its name, Russ & Daughters is an NYC institution. The Lower East Side’s Russ & Daughters Cafe eases the experience, offering a sleek diner-style dining room to indulge in all the original’s known Jewish comfort classics.

Wildair

An offshoot from nearby sister restaurant Contra, Wildair is a Lower East Side wine bar with an exceptional menu of small plates made up of alluring ingredients in a trendy atmosphere.

Katzs Delicatessen

While it may not be a fine dining establishment, no list of Manhattan’s best restaurants would be complete without including Katz’s–a New York City institution known for its mouth-watering pastrami, hot dogs and other Jewish lunchtime fare.

Il Buco

Il Buco has made a name for itself in the New York City restaurant scene through plating homemade pastas for NoHo guests in a bustling, rustic haven. Guests flock to the Italian restaurant for dimly lit, communal seating and a historic wine cellar downstairs.

Cosme

The talented chef Enrique Olvera brings modern Mexican food to the Flatiron with Cosme. The inviting menu of creative takes on known classics makes for a welcoming experience in the buzzing room of guests.

The Modern

Whether you’re enjoying a signature cocktail at their must-try bar, or dining from the sophisticated menu of French-American fare, The Modern is sure to impress along with its stunning view of the Moma’s sculpture garden.

Atomix

The experience at this Michelin-starred restaurant in NoMad is unmatched with a speakeasy-style entrance and a menu-less, 10-course chef’s menu of modern Korean dishes.

Le Bernardin

With more James Beard awards than any restaurant in New York City, and three Michelin stars, Le Bernardin is an essential element to the city’s fine dining landscape. For seafood in Midtown, Le Bernardin is the place to go with its signature French touch on an impeccable menu.

| Read More: Top 15 Essential NYC Restaurants |

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To book a reservation at any of the restaurants or for information on travel accommodations in New York City, contact [email protected] or inquire in the chat box below.


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