Fine Dining in New York City

The city is full of culinary geniuses creating food that pleases the pallet. Everything from Italian to Modern to Pan Asian to sidewalk vendors, New York takes the cake on fine cuisine.  Discover the history and culture that lives within New York through its food. Each Chief has their own story to tell and each restaurant has its own experience to give. Come explore the city through your taste buds and see why the soul of New York can be captured through its cuisine.


Eleven Madison Park

11 Madison Ave (at 24th St), New York, NY 10011

Elven Madison Park is one of New York’s most impressive and alluring restaurants. Opening in 1998, in the Flatiron district, the art deco building has soaring 35-feet ceilings with amazing views of Madison Square Park that bring a luxury atmosphere without the stuffy uptight feeling.  The service is impeccable while the creativity of the dishes blends fresh and exotic flavors together.  Chef Daniel Humm has done an amazing job bringing a farm-to-table experience.



10 Columbus Cir., 4th floor, New York, NY 10019

Masa, named after its famous sushi chief Masayoshi Takayama, is a unique yet incredible fine dining experience. Located on a narrow patch of culinary turf, the best seat in the house is at the bar, in front of the chief himself. Unlike most restaurants, Masa does not present you with a menu or choices but at will of the chief, as he prepares for you what he pleases, in the sequence he desires. The dishes he services are like butter melting in your mouth but arguably be one of the most expensive spots for two in New York. If you would like to try this exquisite spot, reservations must be made at the beginning of the month for the following month.



239 West Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Located in the heart of Tribeca, Corton is a partnership between renowned restaurateur Drew Nieporent and chef Paul Liebrandt. 

Chef Liebrandt’s modern French menu melds the tradition of classical cuisine with a contemporary approach to ingredients and technique. The flavors are clean, precise and intense. The restaurant offers six- and eight-course tasting menus.

Corton, which was previously occupied by the well-respected Montrachet for more than 20 years, reflects a light and intimate style. With 65 seats, the serene dining room features vine and leaf embossed walls, vaulted ceilings, natural-toned chairs and inviting banquettes. 

Named for the largest area of Grand Cru in Burgundy, the restaurant highlights selections from Corton and several other French regions on its wine list.


135 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

“There’s only one way to describe it: classic New York.” 

Charlie Palmer’s unabashed, energetic signature Progressive American cuisine first took root in the original townhouse location of Aureole, where the chef made an early commitment to farm over factory food. Today, Aureole shines at the spectacular Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park, the most environmentally advanced skyscraper in the world. 

Under the kitchen leadership of Executive Chef Marcus Gleadow-Ware, the sharply focused flavors continue to dazzle. Dining at the sleek, contemporary Aureole is staged in three venues: The Bar Room, Dining Room and Private Dining Room.

Le Bernardin

The Equitable Building – 155 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019

Le Bernardin is a New York classic. Opening its doors back in 1986, Le Bernardin has managed to remain youthful while maintain its identity and adapting to the times. Known for their incredible ways to prepare fish, this French classic will keep your mouth watering and wanting more.  Le Bernardin will not disappoint but you must make a reservation well ahead of time if you want to eat at this classy upscale restaurant.


The River Cafe

1 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Nuzzled under the Brooklyn Bridge, The River Café is a prime example of elegance. Since 1977, this has been a favorite destination for fine dining, romance, and to view the stunning New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty. The beautiful décor, incredible service and romantic piano playing create an ambiance of style and sophistication. With their own garden on site, the full fresh flavors really come alive in their Modern American dishes. The River Café is more than simple dining but an unforgettable experience.


Per Se

10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10019

Famous chief, Thomas Keller has done it again with his excellent restaurant Per Se. Located in the Time Warner Center, this high-cultured American restaurant blends culinary and art into one unaffordable mean. The meal itself is like a story, each of the nine courses a different chapter that should be shared with someone you love or careful deeply. The service is seamless and atmosphere light making the overall experience exquisite.


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