Ah, NYC: the epicenter of the hottest dining experiences in the country (and perhaps the world, we daresay). But if there’s one thing Manhattanites struggle to keep up with, it’s the constant rotation of restaurants that make the food scene here so vibrant. Restaurants and bars shutter just as quickly as they open – it’s exhausting, frankly. With brand new and classic New York juxtaposed in every crevice of the city, it’s nearly impossible to decide what’s worth trying, especially for the adventurous palate.
This season is an exciting time for the epicurean New Yorker – we’ve got the best of the best in restaurant openings, from brasseries helmed by Michelin-starred chefs and Upper East Side chophouses free of pretentious vibes to the latest fast-casual health food spot with a consistent line out the door. Let’s just say we’re never short on choices. So we’re back to the inevitable question at hand…where to eat? That’s what we’re here for. As the city’s premier concierge management firm, it’s not only our job, but also our passion to be in the know on what’s happening in the foodie world.
Our roundup of Fall’s most high-profile openings features an insider’s look at five of the best new restaurants across the NYC landscape. We’ve got the inside scoop on the charming rustic yet elegant American restaurant from former Waldorf Astoria chef John Doherty and George Mendes and his Michelin-starred team behind the newly redesigned Eventi Hotel’s cornerstone gem, busy serving a packed house every night and redefining to Midtown dining scene simultaneously. For those in the mood for something more casual, our friends at the latest health-conscious Greenwich Village spot that has both vegan and non-vegan diners fawning over cuisine suddenly made accessible to the masses. And don’t get us started on Major Food Group…let’s just say they’ve taken Jewish deli to a whole new level.
Happy reading…and consider all appetites warned.