Luxury Attaché Top 5 Five Star Dining in NYC

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No occasion needed; amuse your bouche with Luxury Attaché’s list of five star dining spots that are worthy of celebrating all on their own.

1 Eleven Madison Park

Mad scientist and award-winning Chef Daniel Humm brings his over the top ideas to a tightly run ship of a kitchen in this Flatiron district main stay. Highlights from the 15-course prix fixe (carrot tartare, cream soda cart) draw new and incumbent guests to the reservation list.
11 Madison Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets

2 Le Bernardin

The reigning champ of the Michelin Olympics doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon; Le Bernardin is still the most sought after reservation in the city. Dining is a French prix fixe experience so profound, guests swear by it.
155 West 51st Street between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue

3 Daniel

Chef Boulud is known to be personally invested in each dish that leaves his kitchen; after all, the establishment bears his name. The 7-course tasting menu is the way to go. Don't forget about wine pairings; they're so carefully curated that it would come as no surprise if Daniel himself assists in the selection.
60 East 65th Street between Park and Madison Avenues

4 The NoMad

Color, aroma, and all-around grandeur collide to create The NoMad’s Rolling Stone-meets-belle époque ethos. This is the siren of hotel dining. She’ll sing to you with a cloister of curious dining rooms and a fleet of anomalous dishes and cocktails, keeping you on your toes and coming back for more.
1170 Broadway at 28th Street

5 Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

The chef's table only seats 18 guests, making for an intimate experience at the Brooklyn based prix-fixeria. Become borough-blind as each course outdoes the next. Reservations are taken 6 weeks in advance so act fast, because spots are snatched up faster than guests can say "L train."
200 Schermerhorn Street between Hoyt and Bond Streets
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