The Michelin-starred Korean steakhouse from New York City is every bit worth the splurge—and splurge you will. Cote marries the upscale dining experience of a high-end steakhouse with the nuance and heart of a classic Koren barbecue joint, bringing it all together in a well-appointed space accented by blue-chip artwork—because, why not? Award-winning many times over, Cote made a name for itself by serving up 45-day, dry-aged beef, which folks can have a peek at from behind the glass of the red light dry-aging room. Lest you forget the caliber of Cote, each table is outfitted with a bespoke, smokeless charcoal grill where experienced staff grill various cuts of meat before you. First time? The Butcher’s Feast tasting experience is a great way to dip your way toe in the water and sample the restaurant’s heavy hitters for less than $60 a person. Although, the 10-course steak omakase is always available for a delicious deep dive.