Hottest New Restaurants in NYC
Whether the Statue of Liberty, Central Park or famed MOMA come to mind, exceptional culinary culture is another central part of New York lifestyle and tourism. The Big Apple is chock-full of fantastic eats; indulge in anything from American to Japanese, Thai to Italian.
Planning a trip to The Big Apple? We’ve tackled half the battle for you. Check out our roundup of the top places to dine in NYC.
A stroll down Restaurant Row is enough to engage the senses. Located in the heart of the theatre district on West 46th St. between 8th and 9th Aves. is a worldwide selection of some of the best restaurants in the city. Check out some of the most delicious dining options, including a newly opened Brazil Brazil. Savour the flavours of authentic Brazilian cuisine in this vivacious and colourful environment.
Practically pioneers for introducing Japanese cuisine since 1994, Nobu Restaurants (Chef Nobu Matsuhisa) has established their chain globally with over a dozen locals. Nobu partnered with restaurateur Drew Nieporent, Meir Teper, and Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro to bring his modern Japanese to Tribeca, known as Nobu New York.
Opt for an unordinary dining experience with Ninja New York. A re-creation of a hidden 18th century Japanese Ninja village, this one-of-a-kind, dining experience combines high-end contemporary Japanese cuisine with exceptional entertainment. Be amazed as your dish oozes smoke and flashes of fire.
Marta at 29 E 29th St serves Roman-style pizzas that come thin & crispy. Owners Danny Meyer and the excellent chef of Maialino, Nick Anderer, serve up delicious pies like a Margherita with buffalo mozzarella, and Capricciosa with mozz, artichokes, prosciutto, olives, and egg from the Martha Washington Hotel.
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