New York City
Check out some of our favorite restaurants in the city below.
Neta"“Neta” means the fresh ingredients of sushi. Our restaurant brings you the best neta with unique preparations and warm service for a special dining experience.
Neta offers daily omakase (“chef’s choice”), tasting menus, small plates, and a full sushi menu. We invite sushi veterans as well as neophytes to join us at our sushi bar for direct service by our sushi chefs. We believe in the importance of hospitality, and welcome you to relax and enjoy your next meal with us."
Woodpecker by David Burke"Helmed by the talented chef, artist, entrepreneur, and innovator, David Burke, Woodpecker by David Burke is his new wood-fired American restaurant and bar at 30 West 30th Street in NoMaD, New York City.
Seating a total of 110 guests, the restaurant features a private dining room and a large communal table in the front of the kitchen, along with a 35-foot bar. Guests can enjoy a variety of savory wood-roasted meats, fish, vegetables, and pizzas, cooked in two large wood-burning ovens - all with a bit of Chef David Burke style."
Baar Baar"BAAR BAAR a reimagining of the Indian love affair with all things spirited. A first of its kind Indian Gastro Bar that will challenge your perception of the subcontinent.
Join us on this journey with India-inspired cocktails that pay homage to our beginnings and modern interpretation of regional Indian Cuisine crafted by Chef Sujan Sarkar."
Sojourn"Singular in character and taste, this is how we define a memorable moment. How would you define yours? Start with a stay that embodies the spirit of culture in the Upper East Side's sexiest restaurant. Take a seat at our lively copper-coated wine bar. Bask inside of our hip, cabin atmosphere full of warm oak and red tones. Travel from plate to plate and from culture to culture by tasting our broad array of delights. We're a New American restaurant with globally influenced dishes. Locals and visitors alike are buzzing about our seasonal ingredients and worldly appeal. You don't have to journey far from home for an adventure. Join us in our neighborhood treasure for an unforgettable and taste-explosive escape."
Sauce and Barrel"In the heart of the Financial District, Sauce & Barrel is an easy going neighborhood restaurant. We cater to those doing business as well as the family from out of town staying at a hotel down the block. Sauce and Barrel is aimed to elicit a sense of familiarity. It is a place that someone in the neighborhood could come once a week, or a couple travelling from across the country could come to taste through our barrel aged cocktail program and make friends with their bartender. Sauce and Barrel is specific and niche in concept, but our execution of this concept leads to a broad appeal."
Nerai"In the best Greek tradition, we source the freshest possible seafood, with a particular focus on sustainability. The lavraki comes from Greece, live langoustine from Scotland, Ora King salmon from New Zealand, and lobster from Maine.
Greek flavors are honored while being elevated in preparation and execution, making for dishes you’ll remember long after your meal.
Our extensive wine list highlights both well-known wines and producers, as well as small Greek producers making fine wine from varietals that go back thousands of years. We invite you to discover this ancient heritage."
L’Adresse"Providing a fresh approach to Contemporary American cuisine, L’ADRESSE serves up seasonal fare with European touches in the heart of New York City’s Bryant Park. Our name was chosen to convey the restaurant’s welcoming environment, as it truly is «the address» for friends, colleagues and tourists to meet up at any time of day."
The Bari"Longtime friends and owners, Danny Hahn and Chef Mason Rhee have joined forces with an exciting new restaurant concept. Centered on popular Lafayette Street, The Bari enters the NoHo food scene. Demonstrating the pride of their Korean lineage in the most effusive and effective way, Hahn and Rhee have conceived a menu that marries Japanese delicacy and Korean comfort plates.
The influence and inspiration of both cultures are showcased in dishes like Gochujang Spiced Sashimi and Soba Salad, Uni Bibimbap and the more familiar, house-made Kimchi Udon. The Bari invites its guests to explore a myriad of food experiences, plating beautifully executed, comfort-style Milk Bread-Crusted Pork Ribs with Wasabi Aioli, Herb Roasted Bone Marrow with torched and puréed Kimchi, and perfectly prepared American Wagyu plated alongside Shishito Peppers.Sushi enthusiasts can enjoy moderate to premium-priced a la carte options, including creative cuts, sets, and omakase.
The Bari offers a fresh perspective for guests, within an impressive Soojin Kim designed interior. The space is striking, featuring long rows of marble tabletops under a framework of sphere glass fixtures. Jack Fuller’s timeless installation and painting pieces sit quietly on the walls of enclosed banquets, perfect for an intimate dinner for two or a more casual seating of eight to twelve. The tone of the space is calm and clear, its intention to magnify the cuisine experience in the most subtle manner. The Bari provides both comfort and beauty in catering to its eclectic downtown location."
Coarse NYC"Located in the West Village, Vai‘s sister restaurant coarse is an interactive culinary experience. Sit at the one-of-a-kind concrete chef’s counter for a spontaneous meal or dine à la carte. Coarse is open every night for dinner from 5 to 11."
Baby Brasa – West Village"BABY BRASA is Franco Noriega’s first New York restaurant, modeled after the traditional pollerías that are a hallmark of Peruvian street cuisine. Responsibly sourced through D’Artagnan, our free-range organic chicken packs a flavor that can only come from the freshest ingredients and Peruvian spices. Top off your meal with our premium selection of beer and wine."
OCabanon"What is a “cabanon”? It’s a French word to define a little hut in a garden. In the South of France it is more than that; it’s a small place where you can cook, eat, talk, and have a little nap…
For us, it is a small kitchen where grandmothers used to cook their specialty dishes and where there was always something to eat and drink. The door was always open and everybody could come to think, laugh, talk, eat, drink, etc. We really want to
recreate this spirit in our OCabanon!
We really want to recreate this spirit in our OCabanon !"
Mad Dog & Beans Midtown"Mad Dog & Beans is known for their famous guacamole, made fresh to order. Margaritas are offered frozen or on the rocks, with over ten flavors to choose from."
Cafe Clover"Nestled on a charming tree-lined street in the West Village, Cafe Clover offers a warm, inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family. With a focus on pure, simple ingredients brought together in imaginative and unexpected ways, Cafe Clover delivers dishes that are both healthy and delicious."
Chouchou"Founders Antonin Brune and New York Restauranteur, Mario Carta, has worked in the industry for over 20 years opening local favorites; Chazal, Lea, Casimir and Pardon My French amongst others. Today, they are proud to introduce you to Chouchou, their new Moroccan jewel inspired by the country’s vibrant culture.
Located in the East Village, Chouchou brings a taste of exotic Morocco to the eclectic neighborhood. The restaurant offers a contemporary take on classic Mediterranean favorites with the menu featuring Tagine lamb, spiced couscous, Moroccan pastries and fresh tangy salads. Executive Chef David Pegoli brings with him extensive experience in international cuisine, having previously worked with notable New York restaurants; Pardon My French, Django, Alto and Luksus. Pegoli along with Moroccan born, Chef de Cuisine, Meryem Michra, developed the unique menu to surprise and delight diners with conceptual twists on traditional dishes.
Featuring stone walls and romantic candlelit seating, Chouchou boasts an elegant and intimate feel."
Bann Restaurant"Located in Midtown West, Bann is the premier Korean restaurant in New York City. From the creative forces behind the renowned Korean restaurants in SoHo, Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, Bann is a unique, interactive dining experience featuring authentic Korean cuisine with a modern approach.
With over 40 years in the restaurant industry, our restaurants showcase the diversity of Korean cooking- highlighting the unique experience of Korean dining presented in a refined style of cuisine in an upscale setting."