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Le Bernardin, New York's internationally acclaimed four star seafood restaurant, was born in Paris in 1972 by sibling duo Maguy and Gilbert Le Coze. Dedicated entirely to the cuisine of Gilbert Le Coze, the self-taught seafood wizard, it only served fish: Fresh, simple and prepar...787 7th Ave (bet. 6th & 7th Aves.)
Marea means tide in Italian, and aptly describes the sea change Chef Michael White presents with his interpretation of southern Italian coastal cuisine. From his trademark handmade pastas to his fresh crudo and whole fish, Chef White and Owner Chris Cannon are committed to reinve...240 Central Park South
Del Posto offers a high quality dining experience in one of the more impressive indoor dining spaces in New York City. The restaurant offers what they like to describe as a "trans-generational experience:" an expression of the evolution of cuisines, menus, service and ambiance th...85 Tenth Avenue (West 16th Street)
This is the original Blue Hill restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village, located three steps below street level in a landmark "speakeasy" just off of Washington Square Park. The emphasis here is on local seasonal American produce, in particular the produce of the Hudson Valle...75 Washington Place (Sixth Ave. & MacDougal Street)
Brooklyn Brewery is a unique spot to visit for a tour. Every Friday night from 6-10 pm, you can join members of their staff in the Tasting Room for great beer. On Saturdays at 1,2,3 and 4 pm, they offer tours of the brewery. A century ago, there were no fewer than 48 breweries...79 North 11th Street
Former Daniel pastry chef goes independent with this quirky bakery, featuring unusual selections like gateau battu and other items influenced by Ansel's home region of Picardy. Oh yes, there is also that Frankenstein creation that has become his signature - the remarkable and muc...189 Spring St
Closed January, 2020. Kinda hard to keep a restaurant with a "rape room" open." When a pub with a wholly British name peeks out from a quiet urban corner, one expects to find a dark wood interior, grumpy old men at the bar, and bready ales paired with toad-in-the-hole and spot...314 W 11th St (Greenwich St.)