Best of the Best

The 50 Best Restaurants in NYC

In New York City, we’re lucky enough to have tens of thousands of restaurants at our doorsteps, many of which turn out stunning dishes that range from rustic to ultra-refined. A few, though, rise to the very top when it comes to the food they serve. Presenting the very best restaurants in New York City for food.

1. Le Bernardin

SeafoodWest 50s
4.9
Food
4.8
Decor
4.9
Service

Prepare to dine on “a higher plane” at this “dazzling” Midtown “star” where Eric Ripert’s “world-class” tasting menus highlight “transcendent” French seafood, earning it No. 1 Food honors in NYC for the eighth year in a row; a “deep” wine list, “exemplary” staff and “soigné” surrounds further justify the “sky-high” tabs, so for a “dream-come-true” meal, this is “as good as it gets.”

What to order: Sauteed langoustine; crispy black bass Yellowfin tuna; foie gras and toasted baguette.

2. Bouley

FrenchTriBeCa
4.9
Food
4.8
Decor
4.9
Service

“Maestro” David Bouley delivers a “truly refined experience” at his “blissful” TriBeCa flagship, where French “culinary wonders” are served with “true professionalism” in an “opulent”, jackets-required setting; it’s a “special-occasion sure thing” at a “hefty” cost that’s “well worth the indulgence”, though the lunch tasting menu is “such a deal.”

What to order: Hot Valrhona chocolate frivolous; Porcini flan with Dungeness crab and black-truffle dashi; farm egg with polenta and Comté

3. Jean-Georges

FrenchWest 60s
4.8
Food
4.7
Decor
4.8
Service

“Time after time”, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s CPW flagship “lives up to its billing” with “exquisite” New French cuisine that “dazzles your palate” served “with balletlike precision” in “a serene, luxurious” setting that requires a jacket; it’ll cost a “king’s ransom” to settle the tab, but those “willing to splurge” can count on an “unforgettable” meal.

What to order: Scallops with cauliflower and caper-raisin emulsion; caviar egg; Yellowfin tuna ribbons

4. Daniel

FrenchEast 60s
4.8
Food
4.8
Decor
4.8
Service

A “wow every time”, Daniel Boulud’s “luxurious” UES “icon” “sweeps you into another world” with “masterly” New French fare and a “rarefied atmosphere” defined by “magnificent” decor, “VIP” service and a “dressed-up” clientele (jackets are required); granted, the prix fixe–only tabs are “Himalayan”, but “you’ll understand why” – and the bar provides the “same stellar” quality à la carte.

What to order: Duck terrine; duo of beef; black sea bass with Syrah sauce 

5. Gotham Bar and Grill

AmericanGreenwich Village
4.8
Food
4.7
Decor
4.7
Service

“Longevity tells it all” at this circa-1984 Village “treasure” where Alfred Portale’s “picture-perfect” New American plates plus “savvy service” and a “gothamy” setting add up to “superior dining with no corners cut”; longtime fans are “glad to pay the tariff” for an experience that “refuses to disappoint”, and the $38 greenmarket lunch “truly is a steal.”

What to order: Tuna tartare; seafood salad; 28-Day Dry Aged New York steak

6. Peter Luger Steak House

SteakhouseWilliamsburg
4.8
Food
3.7
Decor
4.2
Service

“Still the one and only”, this circa-1887 Williamsburg “monument to meat” sets the bar with its “buttery” house-aged beef (“they define porterhouse”) served by “cantankerous” career waiters in a “busy” “old-time” German beer hall setting; the “rough-and-tumble” style “only adds to the charm”, but prices are “stiff” and they don’t take plastic, so come with “a lot of cash.”

What to order: Porterhouse steak; sizzling bacon; Luger-Burger (lunch only)

7. Gabriel Kreuther

FrenchWest 40s
4.8
Food
4.7
Decor
4.7
Service

Prepare to be “wowed by” this French “standout” opposite Bryant Park, where chef Gabriel Kreuther produces “inspired” tasting menus with his signature “Alsatian twists”, served by a “seamless staff” in an “impressive” setting with “snazzy” “rustic” accents; though it’s “costly”, there’s also an à la carte bar menu if you’re “mindful of your pocketbook.”

What to order: Sturgeon and sauerkraut tart; compressed hamachi; spice-seared diver scallops

8. Tocqueville

FrenchFlatiron
4.8
Food
4.7
Decor
4.6
Service

“Sophisticated” dining “to be savored” awaits at this “top-of-the-line” Flatiron “oasis”, where chef Marco Moreira’s “knockout” French–New American plates pair with a “wine list that dazzles” in a “pristine” “adult” setting; it runs “expensive, of course”, but that makes a $29 prix fixe lunch even more of “a steal.”

What to order: Sea urchin and angel hair carbonara; seared sea scallops and foie gras; 60-second seared steak

9. Gramercy Tavern

AmericanFlatiron
4.8
Food
4.6
Decor
4.7
Service

You can rely on “top-class” dining with “no gimmicks” at Danny Meyer’s enduring Flatiron New American, where chef Michael Anthony’s “outstanding” set menus are presented by “eminently suave” staffers in an “upscale-country” dining room arrayed with “gorgeous” flower displays; it’s “not cheap by any means”, though the front tavern offers a “reasonable” à la carte menu in a “colorful” walk-in setting.

What to order: Smoked trout; seasonal pasta; cookie plate with milk

10. Sushi Yasuda

SushiEast 40s
4.8
Food
4.2
Decor
4.4
Service

“Sushi of your dreams” awaits at this “hidden jewel” near Grand Central, where disciples of the namesake master chef craft “heavenly” traditional cuts in a “spare, Zen” setting run by an “efficiently courteous” crew; “the price matches the quality”, so “be ready to spend a bundle” – especially if you “go for omakase” at the bar.

What to order: Omakase menu; flash-fried shrimp

11. La Grenouille

FrenchEast 50s
4.7
Food
4.8
Decor
4.7
Service

Ever “intoxicating”, this Midtown “bastion” of “fine-dining nonpareil” remains a “top-tier” source of “fantastique” French classics and “exemplary service” in a “dressy”, jackets-required setting heightened by “stunning floral displays”; the “steep tabs” are “not for the timid”, but the consistent “level of taste” makes you “feel special.”

What to order: Les quenelles de brochet "Lyonnaise"; La sole grillée; sauce moutarde Les souffles 

12. Eleven Madison Park

Flatiron
4.7
Food
4.8
Decor
4.8
Service

“Brilliant as ever”, Daniel Humm’s New American “knockout” on Madison Square Park is “a total indulgence” where a “spectacular” tasting menu with pairings from a “massive” wine list provides a “culinary adventure” that’s “expertly” served in a “magnificent” art deco space; the “jumbo bill” is a given, but “throw the budget out the window” – “you can’t afford to miss this place.”

What to order: Tasting-menu only

13. Marea

ItalianWest 50s
4.7
Food
4.6
Decor
4.6
Service

“Excellence abounds” at Michael White’s Italian “star” on Central Park South, where the “adventurous” seafood and “heavenly” housemade pastas “never fail to wow”; the “impeccable” service matches the “sleek”, “convivial” setting – as well as the “power broker” prices (lunchtime set menus are a comparative “steal”).

What to order: Fusilli with octopus and bone marrow; sea urchin with lardo and sea salt; crudo tasting

14. Blue Hill

AmericanGreenwich Village
4.7
Food
4.4
Decor
4.7
Service

A true “farm-to-table pioneer”, Dan Barber’s Village American “does a magnificent job” producing “unbelievably fresh and flavorful” American fare with “thoroughly satisfying” seasonal “integrity”; set in a “lovely, calm” room run by an “especially caring” staff, it “isn’t cheap” but the performance is “worth repeat visits.”

What to order: This morning’s farm fried egg; Farmer’s Feast tasting menu; Blue Hill farm pig

15. Del Posto

ItalianChelsea
4.7
Food
4.7
Decor
4.7
Service

“Hard to top”, this “magnifico” Chelsea Italian showcases the Batali-Bastianich “magic” with “inspired” cuisine and an “extraordinary” wine list in a “glamour palace” setting where “gracious” servers leave you “feeling totally pampered”; just expect to “spend a whopping amount”, or try the lunch prix fixe for “a true bargain.”

What to order: Pork and veal agnolotti; Lamb alla Romana; tuna ventresca

16. Tanoreen

LebaneseBay Ridge
4.7
Food
4.1
Decor
4.4
Service

“Complex flavors abound” in the “breathtaking” Med–Middle Eastern dishes at this Bay Ridge “local gem”, where chef Rawia Bishara’s “pride shows” as she “works the room” alongside the “skilled” staff; the “warm and hospitable” room is typically “packed – and that says it all.”

What to order: Fattoush, hummus, kibbe, knafeh

17. Cafe Boulud

FrenchEast 70s
4.7
Food
4.5
Decor
4.6
Service

A “timeless” Daniel Boulud “success story”, this “classy” UES “mainstay” impresses with “invariably artful” French fare served by an “expert staff” in “subdued”, “grown-up” surroundings; “1%ers” say the “high standards” are “worth every nickel”, though the prix fixe lunch remains “a relative bargain.”

What to order: Octopus Nicoise; Long Island duck breast; ricotta gnocchi

18. Nougatine At Jean-Georges

FrenchWest 60s
4.7
Food
4.4
Decor
4.6
Service

“Jean-Georges style” extends to its “less formal” but “still stellar” front dining area, known for “superlative” New French fare and “on-point” service in a “smart” setting with a “lovely” terrace; “substantial savings” over the main room include a prix fixe lunch that’s “an outstanding deal.”

What to order: Tuna tartare; foie gras brulé; warm chocolate cake

19. Scalini Fedeli

ItalianTriBeCa
4.7
Food
4.5
Decor
4.7
Service

This TriBeCa class act from Michael Cetrulo matches “marvelous” Italian cuisine with “top-notch” service in a “lovely”, “traditional” setting exuding “Old Europe” vibes; with prix fixe–only menus starting at $75, it’s “not cheap”, but “worth it for a special occasion.”

What to order: Soft egg yolk raviolo; linguine Carbonara; warm chocolate torte

20. Sushi Nakazawa

SushiWest Village
4.7
Food
4.3
Decor
4.7
Service

The “ultimate showstopper” from “sushi master” Daisuke Nakazawa, this “extraordinary” West Village Japanese specializes in “breathtaking” omakase meals served like “a well-oiled machine” at the bar and in a “serene” dining room; scoring reservations remains a “difficult task” and the cost is “off the charts”, but an attached lounge should help on both fronts.

What to order: Omakase only

21. Nobu Next Door

TriBeCa
4.7
Food
4.4
Decor
4.3
Service

“One-of-a-kind terrific”, Nobu Matsuhisa’s “iconic” TriBeCa namesake continues to “tantalize your palate” with “distinctive” Japanese-Peruvian plates “sleekly delivered” to a “sceney” crowd in a “beautiful space” via David Rockwell; the “cool little” next-door annex and “over-the-top” Midtown outpost are equally “alluring”, “especially if someone else is paying.”

What to order: Tiradito; Nobu-style black cod with miso; Rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce

22. Trattoria L'incontro

ItalianAstoria
4.7
Food
4.0
Decor
4.6
Service

“Worth a trip to Astoria”, this “special-occasion” Italian is a borough “institution” thanks to its “yuge” menu of “divine” “traditional” dishes, plus a specials list “longer than the Sunday Times” (“rattled off” by “patient” waiters); “multigenerational families” fill the “old-school” surrounds, where chef Rocco Sacramone can often be found “greeting each table.”

What to order: Mezza luna pasta; chicken Parmesan; tiramisu

23. Don Peppe

ItalianSouth Ozone Park
4.7
Food
3.2
Decor
3.9
Service

“Bring a crowd” to this circa-1968 South Ozone Park Italian that’s “still cranking out” the “fantastic” old-world comfort classics (“clams! clams! clams!”) in portions to “feed an army”, washed down with “lotsa house wine”; it’s cash only, the interior’s “tired” and service can be “snippy”, but fans shrug “so what?”

What to order: Linguini and clam sauce, baked clams, tiramisu

24. Annisa

AmericanWest Village
4.7
Food
4.3
Decor
4.6
Service

Chef Anita Lo’s “subtle fusion” of American cuisine with “Asian influences” results in culinary “marvels” at this “elegant” West Village “food temple”; the “unobtrusive” pro service and “calm”, “ultra-sophisticated” modern setting further ensure a “special evening.” 

What to order: Seared foie gras with soup dumplings; miso-marinated sable; poppyseed bread and butter pudding

25. Estiatorio Milos

GreekWest 50s
4.7
Food
4.4
Decor
4.3
Service

A “class act”, this “glorious” Midtown Greek specializes in “fresh-as-it-gets” seafood served up in a “cavernous” white-on-white space that gets especially “energetic” at lunch; “by-the-ounce” pricing can add up (“buying your own boat may be less expensive”), but the prix fixe options are a relative “bargain.”

What to order: Grilled whole fish; meze plate; yogurt with honey

26. Amma

IndianEast 50s
4.7
Food
3.9
Decor
4.3
Service

It’s “not your usual” Indian lineup at this “exceptional” East Midtowner, where a “warm” staff serves “beautifully spiced” multiregional plates, plus tasting menus that are a “revelation” for vegetarians and omnivores alike; the “homey” yet “sophisticated” space can get “cramped”, but it’s “perfect for conversation.”

What to order: Butter chicken; Tandoori grilled vegetables; seasonal spicy vindaloo

27. Aquagrill

SeafoodSoHo
4.7
Food
4.0
Decor
4.4
Service

A “mainstay” for “consistently excellent” seafood, this SoHo “institution” offers “perfectly cooked” fish and “super-fresh” oysters, plus a “fabulous” brunch; if the “low-key” dining room is “showing its age”, service remains “seamless” and the seasonal patio is a “delight.”

What to order: Oysters; Seared diver sea scallops; falafel-crusted Atlantic salmon

28. L'Artusi

ItalianWest Village
4.7
Food
4.3
Decor
4.4
Service

“Incredible” pastas and other “creative” Italian dishes are “done with great care” at this “happening” West Village “standout” where the “polished” staffers also curate an “impeccable wine list”; the “intimate” bi-level digs “bustle” with a “youngish crowd”, so “bring ear plugs” – and good luck getting a reservation.

What to order: Grilled mushrooms; garganelli; olive oil cake

29. Tamarind Tribeca

IndianTriBeCa
4.7
Food
4.6
Decor
4.5
Service

The “delight factor” is high at this “stylish” TriBeCa stalwart whose “exquisite” modern Indian cooking is served up in “gorgeous”, bi-level digs where “attentive waiters hover discreetly”; yes, it’s “pricey”, but the “plentiful” prix fixe lunch is a “bargain.”

What to order: Tandoori mixed grill; Bhel Puri; crab Nazakat

30. The Modern

New AmericanWest 50s
4.6
Food
4.6
Decor
4.6
Service

“Reliably superb” French–New American cuisine “as modern as the art” is the deal at Danny Meyer’s “effortlessly chic” eatery inside MoMA, where the “tranquil” dining room boasts “lovely” sculpture garden views and service is “impeccable” (“refreshing” no-tipping policy notwithstanding); such “high-end sophistication” is unsurprisingly “pricey”, but the “more casual” front bar area is “easier on the wallet.”

What to order: Olive oil poached black bass; foie gras tart; cauliflower roasted in crab butter

31. The River Café

AmericanDUMBO
4.6
Food
4.8
Decor
4.6
Service

“Is there a more beautiful setting in NYC?” swoon fans of this Dumbo waterfront “classic” whose “romantic” dining room offers “unbeatable” views of Manhattan, as well as a fairy-lit “Garden of Eden” just outside; “elegant” prix fixe–only American cuisine and “exceptional” service complete the “high-end” experience – for which an “expensive” price tag is “to be expected.”

What to order: Chef's tasting menu; Duck breast; Chocolate Brooklyn bridge

32. Brushstroke

JapaneseTriBeCa
4.6
Food
4.5
Decor
4.6
Service

David Bouley and Osaka’s Tsuji Culinary Institute present “sublime” kaiseki menus in an atmosphere of “serene” “elegance” at this “splurge-worthy” TriBeCa Japanese, where the “picturesque plates” (including “melt-in-your-mouth” sushi) are also offered à la carte; if you’re really “prepared to shell out”, try chef Eiji Ichimura’s “world-class” omakase at his “intimate” 12-seat bar.

What to order: Kaiseki tasting menu Chawanmushi; truffle ankake; Pork belly

33. Per Se

West 50s
4.6
Food
4.7
Decor
4.7
Service

Thomas Keller’s Time Warner Center “high temple” of French–New American cuisine is “truly an event” given the “fabulous” tasting menu, “unimpeachable” service and “posh”, jackets-required surrounds overlooking Central Park; while the “through-the-roof” set price may limit visits to “once in a blue moon”, those of more limited means “love the à la carte option” in the lounge.

What to order: Tasting menu-only

34. The Sea Fire Grill

SeafoodEast 40s
4.6
Food
4.4
Decor
4.5
Service

This East Midtown seafood “oasis” provides “exceptional” catch and “premium” steaks (“the best of both worlds”), backed by a “limitless” wine list and served in “sophisticated” confines complete with fireplace and “high-energy” bar; factor in “a big welcome” from the “stellar” team, and the upmarket prices are “worth every penny.”

What to order: Garlic prawns; Lobster mac and cheese; Yellowfin tuna 

35. Dovetail

AmericanWest 70s
4.6
Food
4.4
Decor
4.6
Service

Something of a “surprise gem” on the UWS, John Fraser’s “sophisticated” New American delivers “terrific” tasting menu–only cuisine in “chic, modern” and “serene” environs via an “intelligent, caring” crew; “wonderful for special occasions”, it’s unsurprisingly “expensive” – though the ‘Sunday Suppa’ and “veggie-focused Monday” are relative “bargains.”

What to order: Soft poached egg; venison tartare; acorn squash aglonotti

36. Babbo

ItalianGreenwich Village
4.6
Food
4.3
Decor
4.5
Service

“Still a bastion of fine Italian dining”, this Village “star” in the Batali-Bastianich firmament continues to “impress” with “phenomenal” pastas and other “exceptional” dishes delivered by a “polished” team in “warm” (if “boisterous”) carriage house digs; yes, it’s “a pain to get a table” and tabs run “high”, but to most the “always-spot-on” experience is “well worth it.”

What to order: Grilled octopus; papardelle Bolognese; grilled quail

37. Pearl Oyster Bar

SeafoodWest Village
4.6
Food
3.5
Decor
4.1
Service

“Just get the lobster roll” say fans of this “nothing-fancy” West Village “landmark” and its “luscious” signature sandwich – though pretty much “everything’s delicious” on the classic New England seafood menu here; it doesn’t take rezzies, and the “cute” space can get “cramped”, so just “go early or expect to wait.”

What to order: Lobster roll; oysters; blueberry crumble

38. Hometown Bar-B-Que

BarbecueRed Hook
4.6
Food
3.7
Decor
3.8
Service

A “destination-worthy” home to “honest” BBQ, this Red Hook “champ” supplies “terrific” Texas-style meats (think “melt-in-your-mouth” brisket and “caveman-sized” ribs) in a “converted garage” with a “roadhouse party vibe”; “energetic” crowds line up for the counter service, but the “smoky” “excellence” “rewards the wait.”

What to order: Brisket; pulled pork; ribs

39. Sushi of Gari

SushiEast 70s
4.6
Food
3.5
Decor
4.2
Service

The “out-of-body” omakase experience “never fails to amaze” at these Japanese “standard-bearers” from Gari Sugio, long known for their “sublime bites” of “imaginative sushi”; the “cramped” quarters and “plain decor” are less impressive, but regulars advise “just open your wallet” and “eat at the bar.”

What to order: Omakase; spicy scallop hand roll

40. Wallsé

AustrianWest Village
4.6
Food
4.4
Decor
4.5
Service

An “elegant” “taste of Vienna”, Kurt Gutenbrunner’s West Village “marvel” crafts “Nouvelle” Austrian fare that’s “both hearty and delicate”, served by a “talented” team in a “sophisticated” space appointed with Julian Schnabel paintings; most agree the “budget-busting” bill is “warranted” for such a “memorable” meal.

What to order: Spaetzle; ricotta dumplings, halibut

41. Lupa Osteria Romana

ItalianGreenwich Village
4.6
Food
3.9
Decor
4.2
Service

“They’re still doing it right” at Mario Batali’s “unpretentious” Village trattoria, an “all-time favorite” for “superior” Roman dishes, “terrific” Italian vinos and service that “never slacks” – “at fairly reasonable prices” to boot; but even those who “love the warmth” warn it’s a “squeeze” with molto “bustle and noise.”

What to order: Casarecce with short rib ragu; bavette cacio e pepe; pork belly tortelloni with blistered tomatoes

42. Asiate

AmericanWest 50s
4.6
Food
4.8
Decor
4.6
Service

“Elegant, calm” surroundings and “spectacular views” over Central Park make an “incomparable” backdrop for the “exquisite” New American cuisine at this “special-occasion” go-to “atop the Mandarin Oriental”; the prices are equally “out of this world” (dinner is prix fixe–only), but “stellar” service helps take the sting out – and the 'express' lunch is a “steal.”

What to order: Big eye tuna sashimi; butter-poached squab; duo of Wagyu beef

43. Piccola Venezia

ItalianAstoria
4.6
Food
3.8
Decor
4.4
Service

The “classic” Northern Italian cooking is “superb” and “they’ll make whatever you want” at this Astoria “oldie but goodie” that’s kept “regulars returning” “for generations”; if “the decor needs a redo”, that’s “easy to overlook” given “fabulous” service from a staff out of “central casting.”

What to order: Hot antipasto; pasta tasting; calamari 'fra diavolo'

44. The Simone

FrenchEast 80s
4.6
Food
4.3
Decor
4.6
Service

A “class act”, this “tiny” UES retreat pleases “adults” with “exceptional” French cooking and “spot-on” wine pairings in an “elegant” setting conducive to “civilized conversation”; though it’s “hard to get into”, “flawless service” is another reason it’s “worth the effort” – and the “splurge.”

What to order: Terrines, roast duck; Lord Baltimore cake

45. Taïm

Middle EasternNoLita
4.6
Food
3.1
Decor
3.6
Service

“Fresh and fabulous” falafel is “the really real thing” at chef Einat Admony’s “hole-in-the-wall” Israeli joints, where “glorious” eats at “gentle prices” are “a vegetarian’s dream come true”; they’re both “fast” and “satisfying”, though the West Village original’s “vest-pocket” space means it’s “best to take away.”

What to order: Falafel platter; hummus: Israeli salad

46. Morimoto

JapaneseChelsea
4.6
Food
4.5
Decor
4.4
Service

“Sushi master” Masaharu Morimoto’s “Iron Chef–quality” omakase and other “unbelievably good” Japanese dishes are served in a “striking”, ultramodern setting at this West Chelsea destination; it’s true, you’ll “pay handsomely”, but when you need “to impress”, this is “as good as it gets.”

What to order: Omakase; Tuna pizza; Hamachi crudo

47. al di la Trattoria

ItalianPark Slope
4.6
Food
3.9
Decor
4.3
Service

“Not much changes” yet it “always feels special” at this Park Slope “classic” that earns “Brooklynite love” with its “superb” Venetian fare, “decent prices” and “lively”, “warm” vibe; yes, the “no-rez policy” and inevitable “wait” are a “drag”, but getting into the “wine bar annex” is “easier” – or there's always a “more civilized”, rarely crowded lunch.

What to order: Casunziei; Farro Salad, Braised rabbit

48. Sushi Seki Upper East

JapaneseEast 60s
4.6
Food
3.6
Decor
4.1
Service

Renowned for its “extraordinary” omakase showcasing “beyond-fresh” fish, this “spendy” Japanese mini-chain slices “spot-on” sushi that’s “lovely to behold”; though the settings can feel “somewhat lacking in charm”, the bi-level Hell’s Kitchen flagship has “significantly better” decor plus a “fancy” whiskey bar.

What to order: Omakase

49. Perry St

New AmericanWest Village
4.6
Food
4.5
Decor
4.5
Service

It's “serenity defined” at this Jean-Georges Vongerichten “retreat” in the far West Village, where “superb” New American cooking from chef (and chip off the old block) Cedric Vongerichten comes in “sleek” Richard Meier–designed quarters “overlooking the Hudson”; “caring”, pro service completes the “refined” picture – and helps justify the “not cheap” tab.

What to order: Rice cracker crusted tuna; Butter-poached lobster; Chocolate pudding

50. Ai Fiori

ItalianWest 30s
4.6
Food
4.6
Decor
4.5
Service

A “Michael White triumph” on the second floor of the Langham Place Fifth Avenue Hotel, this “classy” Italian delivers Riviera-inspired dishes, including “sublime” pastas, via a “polished, unobtrusive” crew; the “glamorous” setting feels “so magical”, you almost don’t mind the “astronomical” tab, especially if it’s a “special occasion.”

What to order: White Label burger, spaghetti with blue crab and lemon, agnolotti

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