If you plan to take a trip to the city of skyscrapers, take note of some of the best restaurants in the city:
– Benjamin Steakhouse
According to its owner, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Peter Luger owns the most imitated Brooklyn restaurant, but they rarely get over it. Their meats are exceptional.
David Bouley has moved to the TriBeCa area with his exclusive French restaurant. Clients come here to experience and savor the exquisite flavors of contemporary French cuisine and to recover the art of good eating, even if only at lunchtime.
– Eleven Madison Park
Located in a magnificent venue, decorated in the purest art deco style, with high ceilings and exuberant views of historic Madison Square Park, Eleven Madison Park is an elegant restaurant where the modern Daniel Humm serves exquisite French cuisine.
– Le Bernardin
The brothers Gilbert and Maguy Le Coze opened their restaurant in 1986. Le Bernardin continues to be the most revolutionary when it comes to presenting its exclusive fish and seafood dishes to its customers.
– Le Cirque
Where else in the Big Apple could a restaurant like the legendary Le Cirque exist? Many gastronomic experts thank Sirio Maccioni for his half century of relentless effort seasoned with great style and tenacity.
What is the price of paradise? In Masa’s case, the exact figure is $ 450. Drinks are not included in the price and they will automatically charge you 20% tax. Can you ask for more?