Located in midtown Manhattan, Butter Resturant has maintained an exclusive niche restaurant scene for stylish Manhattanites since its initial inception on Lafayette St. in 2002.
Located on the fourth floor of the behemoth Time Warner Center, the entrance feels like a forgotten passage into a hushed and spartan yet very relaxed room.
The NoMad Hotel has a casually elegant food and beverage program under the supervision of Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara.
A truly quintessential New York restaurant that opened its doors in 1998. Gotham was the vision of four New Yorkers from diverse backgrounds, Jerry Kretchmer, Jeff bliss, Rick Rathe and Robert Rathe set out to create a downtown restaurant reminiscent of the energy, feel and beauty of a sophisticated Parisian brasserie.
Lovingly run by proprietors Chef Marco Moreira and his wife Jo-Ann Makovitzky since 2000, Tocqueville offers a creative and decidedly upscale approach to seasonal cuisine.
When visualizing Italian cooking we think of traditional, hot boiling casseroles, pasta pouring from everywhere and “nana” well into her endeavors with salami hanging from the ceiling. Scalini Fedeli has transformed this into a statement. Situated in Tribeca this establishment is quickly becoming famous for exceptional cuisine.
The Bouley spirit isn’t difficult to decipher: freshness and purity of ingredients. Seeking to capture the highest level of flavor, ingredients are utilized in season, in relation to the time of harvest. . Their methods highlight the importance of knowing their suppliers, from farmers to fisherman.
An America’s most beloved restaurant, has welcomed guests to enjoy its contemporary American cuisine and an unparalleled atmosphere for nearly two decades.
Ko is the son of the lucky peach! This entrepreneur franchise has managed to expand –Milk, which is part of this empire is one of Marc Jacobs’s favorites-.
Nothing can evoke the senses as much as a New York internationally acclaimed four star seafood restaurant and the cuisine dedicated entirely to Gilbert Le Coz makes justice to the ever evolving shifts of a hectic city.