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This Nomad restaurant serves decadent, inventive Viennese food with a French twist. Come hungry, and order at least two things from every section of the menu.
Gallaghers Steakhouse has been serving exceptionally good dry-aged meats in Times Square since the 1940s. It's one of the best classic steakhouse experiences in NYC.
Meet the Meat
Meet the Meat is a steakhouse in Astoria known for having one of the few quality porterhouses in the city under $100.
This Daniel Boulud restaurant in FiDi will remind you why the chef became a celebrity in the first place: for cooking French food better than most people on this planet.
La Mercerie is a French café in Soho where you can eat excellent food and live out your Francophile fantasies.
The Noortwyck is a stylish West Village restaurant that serves the kind of seasonally-driven menu you'll want to eat a few times throughout the year.
At this high-end steakhouse overlooking Central Park the food is just as impressive as the view.
Al Coro is a fine-dining restaurant in Chelsea serving a seasonal Italian tasting menu. It isn't quite as inventive as we'd like, but the food is decadent and well-executed.
Where To Eat Fancy Vegetables
Whether you're planning a special dinner or just looking for a salad that isn't boring, here's where to get a nice vegetarian meal.
Patsy's Italian Restaurant
Patsy's is a classic red sauce joint in Midtown that's been run by the Scognamillo family since 1944.
Where To Dress Up And Not Feel Stupid
If you're looking for a place to wear that sample sale piece sitting in the back of your closet, try one of these restaurants.
Café Sabarsky is a classic Viennese cafe in the Neue Galerie that will transport you straight to Europe.
53 is a stylish modern Asian restaurant in Midtown from the Marea team, and it's one of your best options for an upscale dinner in the city.
Taikun is an eight-seat omakase bar on the Lower East Side that serves a 13-course dinner for $85.
Restaurants Where You Should Read The Dessert Menu First
These spots make our favorite desserts in NYC, so we recommend considering the sweet stuff first.
This brasserie from the Frenchette team makes a visit to Rockefeller Center worth it even when there isn't a very tall tree on display.
Kono is a yakitori spot in Chinatown that's dedicated to using every part of the chicken.
L'Abeille is a Japanese-French restaurant in Tribeca that will remind you that tasting menus can be special.
HAGS is a queer-owned restaurant in the East Village that's redefining the idea of fine dining.