This high-end Italian seafood restaurant draws influence from the four bodies of water that surround the Italian “boot.”
Inspired by chef Humms time spent in Switzerland, California, and New York City, the restaurant is rooted in the same traditions found at his critically acclaimed Eleven Madison Park.
6) Jean Georges
Located in The Trump Hotel on Central Park West, the jewel of chef Vongerichten’s restaurant empire blends French, American, and Asian influences to craft a seasonal, ever-changing menu by Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
7) Momofuku Ssäm Bar
Momofuku Ssäm Bar, which is now a sit-down, full-service restaurant, specializes in ssäm, a Korean word that means “anything wrapped” Country hams, raw bar items, and off-cuts are staples at the dinner table. Not so expensive!
Located in the heart of Manhattans Upper East Side, Daniel serves contemporary French cuisine inspired by the seasons and accompanied by world-class wines.
9) Per Se
Per se is a three-star Michelin restaurant has ruled over the New York City restaurant scene as one of the most coveted dining experiences in town with an “urban interpretation” of chef Kellers The French Laundry.
10) Eleven Madison Park
Awarded four stars by The Times, three stars by Michelin, and the Five Diamond Award by AAA, Eleven Madison Park recently ditched its À la carte concept in favor of an elaborate prix fixe tasting extravaganza.
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