Today we went to New York City, looking for the best places that bring out the best of food and design. If you are interested in quality dishes and nice aesthetics, please stay with us, and we promise to show you some of the best places in town
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The Wayfarer is a classic American grille located on the bustling corner of 57th Street and Sixth Avenue within the Quin Hotel, serving a diverse artisanal menu crafted by executive chef Chris Shea that focuses on locally sourced sustainable fresh fish and shellfish, plus steaks and chops.
A cozy Bowery space with two bars for dining and drinking, Bar Primi is a casual corner pasta shop devoted to primi piatti (the pasta course), a staple in chef and co-owner Andrew Carmellini’s repertoire.
Tokyo’s famous robatayaka now has a New York outpost in the New York Times building. Inakaya is a fun, boisterous grill restaurant, where the food is excellent but the real draw is watching it prepared. Sit at the counter and point out your selections from giant ice displays piled high with whole fish, lobster, crab, veggies and more.
Occupying the historic Limelight space, this elegant Flatiron restaurant serves Asian food with modern touches. Jue Lan Club features a fantastic cocktail list, fresh sushi and sashimi, and signature Chinese and Japanese dishes served in a wonderful setting with plush booths, elaborate lighting and amazing artwork. They also have an incredible outdoor garden and multiple rooms for events that feature fireplaces, plasma TVs and private bars.
Black Barn is an American restaurant serving local, artisanal food in the comfort of a modern barn setting. Opened in September 2015 overlooking Madison Square Park, the restaurant is the creation of chef John Doherty, former executive chef of New York’s Waldorf Astoria, and designer Mark Zeff. Black Barn features four distinct private dining rooms including a wine cellar, with full dining capacity of 300 guests for corporate, social and wedding events.
With dazzling Times Square views overlooking Broadway and 42nd Street from an enviable fourth-floor corner perch in the heart of Manhattan, Charlie Palmer at The Knick brings together two of the most iconic names in hospitality. Inspired by the rich history of The Knickerbocker, a 1906 landmarked New York City treasure recently reopened as Times Square’s premier luxury lifestyle hotel, chef Palmer adds new twists to his acclaimed cuisine to create the hotel’s signature “Honest American Cuisine” in an open-action kitchen.
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