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Aug 20, 2015

Fine Dining in NYC: 5 Unforgettable Experiences You Have to Try

Some of the best restaurants in New York City require some splurging. So if you’re meeting with a client or if you simply want to take yourself out to a remarkable dining experience, roll up your sleeves and indulge. These fine dining establishments truly validate the hefty price tag with their one-of-a-kind menus, superior service, and visually appealing aesthetic. Here are the top 5 fine dining restaurants of NYC we highly recommend.

1. The NoMad

The NoMad is known for its casually elegant food and drink under Chef Daniel Humm and Restaurateur Will Guidara. The physical space features a series of rooms surrounding a glass-enclosed atrium with a menu rooted in wine and classically-focused (yet innovative) cocktails. Host an event on the rooftop, hold a lunch within the space, or even meet for a cocktail at The NoMad Bar.

1770 Broadway & 28th Street, New York, NY 10001

2. Jean-Georges

Opening in 1997, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten ’s restaurant is a staple of Manhattan’s fine dining scene.  The restaurant continuously receives awards for its exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. The ever-changing menu is based on the local farmer’s market for the freshest and seasonally-inspired dishes. Even better, the dining room’s natural light comes from floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking views of Central Park and Columbus Circle – all providing an unforgettable dining experience on the park.

1 Central Park West New York, NY 10023

3. Annisa

Go downtown and you’ll find Annisa – a restaurant owned and operated by Chef Anita Lo. Located in the heart of charming Greenwich Village, the eatery features the Chef’s contemporary American cuisine by combining flavors inspired by her Asian roots, travels, and the seasons. The intimate and sophisticated space makes for a true downtown Manhattan fine dining experience.

13 Barrow Street, New York, NY 10014

4. Dovetail

Located just a few minutes away from the American Museum of Natural History is Dovetail NYC – an awarded Upper West Side contemporary restaurant by Chef John Fraser. Dovetail’s menus are rooted in the Chef’s creative use of seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients and his take on contemporary American cuisine. The space features a bar, an inviting dining room, and a private dining room on the lower level.

103 W 77th Street, New York, NY 10024

5. Petrossian

Housed in the historic Alwyn Court Building and just steps from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, the Petrossian serves a Russian and French-influenced contemporary menu featuring caviar, smoked fish, and foie gras delicacies. Brunch, lunch, or dine at Petrossian’s art deco bar or in the dining room. Petrossian is also the perfect place for exquisite food gifts, whether it is fine chocolates, Petrossian teas, or freshly baked goods.

182 W 58th Street, New York, NY 10019

Making the Most of your Fine Dining Experience in NYC

Why should you stop there? Take your fine dining experience to the next level; relax in a quiet and refined environment. Whether you’re visiting Manhattan for business or leisure purposes, Furnished Quarters is here to cater to your every need.  Take a look at our luxury furnished apartments in New York. They come with a wide array of exclusive perks, ranging from grocery delivery to preferred seating at fine dining restaurants. For more information, you can call us at 888.907.4109.

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