Narrowing down the 5 noteworthy New York restaurants is no easy feat, given the sheer number of top-rate eateries NYC has to offer, from long-time favorites to the buzzy upstarts joining the fray week in and week out. Let´s take a look at our choices 🙂
Avra Madison is an authentic bi-level greek restaurant located just steps from central park. The 207-seat eatery offers traditional greek cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood.
Internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Rose of Spring and La Bourse et La Vie in Paris has made his way to NYC to open a restaurant with famed restaurateur Stephen Starr. Expect to experience chef’s personal vision of classic French cuisine in the most charming of settings designed by Roman and Williams.
From the owners of the critically-acclaimed restaurant Estela in Nolita comes this Italian restaurant with a long name. Café Altro Paradiso takes inspiration from most regions of Italy, and big windows that let in pleasant hues of light throughout the day and into the evening. You can come in for a full dinner, a drink, a drink and a pasta, a glass of Sangiovese, a coffee and grappa, just some gelato–anything you want, really. It’s our humble wish that this be another kind of paradise.
Since 2003, ’Wichcraft co-founders – Tom Colicchio & Sisha Ortuzar – have been committed to serving carefully sourced and thoughtfully prepared, clean food.
The acorn (in Danish “agern”) is the fruit of the Danish national tree, the oak. Also it connects us to the place we are in, Grand Central Terminal.
Since ancient times, the fruit of the oak has been a prevalent symbol of life and perseverance, also serving as an attribute of protection in Norse mythology. For Vikings in Scandinavia and indigenous peoples in North America alike, the acorn played a significant role as part of the everyday diet.
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