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The establishments below are presented in alphabetical order.



Roberta's | Brooklyn

Pizza-centric and seasonal fare in a gritty Brooklyn neighborhood.

Recommended dish: The ever-changing pizza of the day.

Review and rating of Roberta’s restaurant in Brooklyn.



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Sushi NakazawaWest Village

Sushi Nakazawa | West Village

Even if you didn’t see the hit documentary “Jiro Dreams of Sushi,” you’ll still want to eat at this West Village sushi spot.

Recommended dish: Prix fixe omakase.

Review and rating of Sushi Nakazawa restaurant in the West Village.



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TakashiWest Village

Takashi | West Village

West Village meat mecca where yakiniku rules the room.

Recommended dish: Yakiniku-grilled short rib.

Review and rating of Takashi restaurant in the West Village.



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The ElmBrooklyn

The Elm | Brooklyn

Former Corton chef Paul Liebrandt helms the kitchen at this Williamsburg restaurant.

Restaurant tip: Reserve one of the eight counter seats referred to as Little Elm for an eight-course tasting menu and a true front row view (only available Thursday-Sunday).

Review and rating of The Elm restaurant in Brooklyn.



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The NoMadNoMad

The NoMad

Humm and Guidara team up again — this time to oversee the dining experience at The NoMad Hotel.

Recommended dish: Roast chicken for two, laden with black truffles and foie gras.

Review and rating of The NoMad restaurant in NoMad.



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1 Comment »

  1. I need an upscale restaurant for Thanksgiving day dinner 11-27 5:30pm reservation but not turkey please… any suggestions we are going to the a musical 8:00 pm curtain.
    Thank you
    Sahron Hall 310 821-9736

    Comment by Sharon — September 4, 2014 @ 2:58 pm

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