Fine dining restaurants


If Mexican is the new, um, Peruvian, then Enrique Olvera’s sleek Flatiron District eatery is the perfect showcase.

Per Se

From the food to the service to the ambience, considered by many to be the best restaurant in New York City and with three stars to back up the claims.


Cool Nordic-inspired cuisine from a hot chef – Daniel Burns serves up culinary luxury in Greenpoint.


Foraging, deconstructed, then re-constructed at Matthew Lightner’s in Tribeca, with a more accessible option below.

Blanca @ Roberta’s

It’s one of the hottest tables in town and it only has twelve seats. Prep yourself for a wait and a trek out to Bushwick.

Eleven Madison Park

Now elevated to three Michelin stars and in the top ten of the San Pellegrino list, home to some of Manhattan’s most sought-after tables.

Boulud Sud

Take a trip around the Med via the menu at Daniel Boulud’s floozy summer season of taste bud tingling morsels.

The Modern

If an elegant escape from the hustle and bustle of the City that Never Sleeps is what you need, try The Modern’s French American cuisine.

The River Café

This old-school Brooklyn classic serves traditional American food with waiters wearing tuxedos and a pianist tinkling the ivories spectacular vistas.

Nobu Tribeca

Reservations are hard to come by, so get your personal assistant on the phone now for this famous South American-Japanese cuisine.

TOM: Tuesday Dinner

Tom Colicchio, the judge of Bravo’s reality series Top Chef and founder of the Craft eatery empire invites you for dinner every other Tuesday.

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