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100 best New York restaurants
From unimpeachable classics to buzzy newcomers courting the food-world cognoscenti, these are the 100 best New York restaurants you need to know about right now.
Where are you eating tonight? With hot new venues opening each week, it’s tough to keep track of the best New York restaurants—the impeccable landmarks that never disappoint, the divey honky tonks serving life-changing brisket, and the sexy upstarts everyone who’s anyone is clamoring to try. Whether you’re craving an artful tasting menu, a soul-satisfying platter of crackling fried chicken or simply a great bloody steak, there’s a New York restaurant that will satisfy. Here are the best of them: The 100 places that Time Out New York’s food editors can’t do without. Did we miss your favorite New York restaurant? Join the conversation in the comments.
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There are a lot of beautiful looking dishes on here. Italian food has always been a personal favorite of mine and those dishes always look the most appetizing. It has been a while since I've been to a good Italian restaurant. I need to take my wife to one soon. <a href='http://www.pierrositalianbistro.com/' >http://www.pierrositalianbistro.com/</a>
Can anyone help I'm looking for some where to eat in New York where there are up and coming actors waiting for you as you eat don't know what it's called thanks wendy
I'm getting married in City Hall in August and am looking for a restaurant where we can go afterwards. They'll be 6 of us, and want somewhere fun and friendly where we can drink champagne, get some nice food (but not posh) and have a some fun. Any suggestions gratefully received. thanks
Once I put a piece of Branzino or Dover Sole in my mouth I feel as if it melts in my mouth. Also, their fresh vegetables-string beans, spinach or brocolli are cooked in garlic which is delicious. The tri color salad is a great appetizer. This is the only restaurant that I will go to whenever I am in the Downtown Manhattan Area. The service is excellent and the atmosphere is decorative for all. http://travel-banking.com/category/travel/hotel
I just moved to NYC and tried Lillie's in Time Square last week, it was a really nice spot with good food, had a really tasty burger, I can see why I was recommended it, but it was very expensive. I realize that comes with the territory in that area but I can't afford to be that "fabulous" all the time. I picked up a copy of 365 Guide New York City (365guidenyc.com), it profiles a ton of great places to eat and drink that won't break the bank. I definitely recommend it for the traveler and local alike.
Good to see Various Restaurants in One Website with the Reviews.Recently ,I visited MEGU Restaurant One of the Japanese Restaurant.The food was delicious.The Sushi was awesome.www.megurestaurants.com/
Try Spasso in the West Village. The best Italian restaurant I've come across. Don't forget to order the Stracciatella...it's a must! Fouad ElAmir Cofounder & CEO, Bonfire http://joinbonfire.com
To know which are the best in the world Google "Believe and Belong Best Restaurants" or "World's 50 Best Restaurants". You'll find a pretty cool list of the best in fine dining.
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The #1 Italian Restaurant is Ecco- They are located on Chambers Street in Downtown Manhattan- They make the best Branzino and Dover Sole that I ever tasted. The flavors and the seasonings that they use are terrific. Once I put a piece of Branzino or Dover Sole in my mouth I feel as if it melts in my mouth. Also, their fresh vegetables-string beans, spinach or brocolli are cooked in garlic which is delicious. The tri color salad is a great appetizer. This is the only restaurant that I will go to whenever I am in the Downtown Manhattan Area. The service is excellent and the atmosphere is decorative. Don't go to lower Manhattan without experiencing ECCO. You will love it.
Whatever happened to the best 100 meals and drinks list? Also are you going to provide a map for this list? Thanks!