Want to find out where to eat in NY city? Eight million people from every country on Earth live in New York, so the range of culinary experiences is bewildering. The fine-dining scene changes amazingly fast, with new trends and movements springing up all the time.
Eleven Madison Park
The finest dining experience in New York, bar none. Swiss culinary genius Daniel Humm’s soaring space above Madison Square Park is grand enough: skyscraper ceilings, towering tree arrangements, sky-box dining suites. But the endlessly reinvented food is what you come for. The diagram menu that made the space famous has been replaced with a tasting menu dedicated to all local New York farm and sea ingredients: oysters, scallops, lobster, duck, and aged beef.
The Lambs Club
Set just off the lobby of the glamorous Chatwal Hotel Geoffrey Zakarian’s luxurious bar and grill is a tribute to the Lambs – the celebrated theatrical group which used to convene at this landmark, six-story Georgian building in the early 20th century. In the footsteps of Fred Astaire, WC Fields and John Barrymore, guests now dine at plush red leather banquettes under art deco lamps on exec-chef Eric Haugen’s seasonal interpretations of clubby classics such as Cobb salads, oysters on the half shell, and dry aged Delmonico steak.
The Restaurant at the Mark
French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s fine-dining temple located in the fabulously restored Mark Hotel s the ultimate blue chip Manhattan experience: exquisite cuisine combined with high-grade people-watching.
The 21 Club
Opened in 1922 as a Greenwich Village gin mill before moving to its current Midtown location in 1929, at the height of Prohibition, “21”, as it is affectionately known, is the last of the original speakeasies.
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