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The Best Restaurants in New York City

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to dine in New York City, both international gourmet and good american choices.
Our team in New York City are native born New Yorkers. They love their city and they love to introduce you to the best restaurants and hotels.

New York City, the shopper's paradise! You can find anything and everything, whether it's upscale Madison Avenue or the bargain-friendly Lower East Side, the Big Apple offers everything for everybody!

New York City, a gigantic city with thousands of restaurants featuring cuisines from around the world – eating choices are as limitless as your cravings. Want a 15-course tasting menu at the latest trendsetting restaurant, plateful of Chinese dumplings or a tasty steak at an old-timey steakhouse? New York has it all, and its top cuisine if you know where to go!

As Marina Yuveva says in the article "Top 25 Restaurants in NYC": New York City has been known as one of the “great food cities” in the world. In New York City, you will find that they offer a diverse selection of mouth-watering dishes from many places around the world.

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Restaurants:
Jean Georges A chic and intimate dining room with soothing tones of silver, floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of Central Park and Columbus Circle, the place to go to be treated like royalty.

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten keeps on translating new ideas in unforgettable dishes, presents exquisitely crafted dishes blending French, American, and Asian influences. The local farmer’s market is the driving force behind the seasonal, ever-changing menu. Chef Jean-Georges is a master at maintaining the essence of ingredients while using them inventively to produce the best flavour. Impeccable service and tableside preparations, all contribute to an unforgettable dining experience. Top Cuisine - Outstanding!

Tie is not required, reservation is essential.

1 Central Park West, Trump International Hotel
Restaurant Eleven Madison Park A bit south of the Theater District, in an Art Deco building beneath 35-foot-high windows, terrazzo floors and towering floral designs overlooking Madison Square Park.

Guests are invited to make their selections, share any preferences, and allow Chef Daniel Humm to use his formidable skill to deliver exciting and spectacular results.

Top Cuisine - Outstanding!

11 Madison Avenue
Restaurant Bouley Crown Shy – the Financial District’s buzziest new spot – a neighbourhood seasonal restaurant – the outstanding dining is presented by the native-born New Yorker Chef James Kent.

Located on the ground floor of Art Deco masterpiece 70 Pine Street, the dining room and bar occupy a series of rooms with floor to 16-foot-ceiling windows leading to the open kitchen.

The food at Crown Shy is rooted in European technique but draws inspiration from around the world, flavours from traveling, and the diverse cuisine in New York City.

Top Cuisine.

70 Pine Street
Le Cirque Le Cirque (the circus), an established New York City landmark located in the prestigious Bloomberg Building, a main dining room with a giant, abstract “big top” light shade, a separate bar area available for special events, and a private event mezzanine suspended above the bar.

Chef Matteo Boglione continues the French Fine Dining and the traditional dishes Dover sole, New York strip au poivre and the paupiette of black bass, cod with saffron sauce, roasted chicken with black truffles, and rack of lamb. Only top quality products, perfect execution, and they are all handsomely presented.

The food is as exciting to the palate as it is a feast to the eyes. Top Cuisine!

One Beacon Court 151 E 58th St
Esca A pearl of the West Side of Manhattan dining, ESCA’s intimate and elegant dining room is superb for any occasion and the outdoor patio offers a lovely, quiet experience amidst the hustle and bustle of New York City’s theatre district. A southern Italian trattoria devoted to celebrating the fruits of the sea.

Chef Dave Pasternack' distinctive crudo dishes are emblematic of ESCA’s menu. The freshest, most pristine fish is carefully chosen, expertly sliced, and dressed with one of at least a dozen different extra virgin olive oils from all over the Italian peninsula and sprinkled with any one of ten different sea salts, depending on the flavor of each specific piscatorial divinity.

A varied Italian wine list, composed with value in mind, pairs brilliantly with both the esoteric and the sublimely intuitive.

ESCA is the ultimate Italian seafood destination for fish lovers.

402 W 43rd Street
Charlie Bird Downtown New York: a history of street art, design, music, our 19th-century brick and mortar, and an abstract approach without boundaries.

Chef Ryan Hardy: "The menu comes from New York’s farmers markets, Long Island fishing boats, country fields and the wondrous meanderings of spirited travellers with passionate palates. We’re crushing seafood, roasted meats, crazy good wine and creamy espresso. Our wine list is broad enough for you to come by and enjoy wine with us every night or, you can be a baller and order something you can’t get anywhere else in the world. We’re Italian influenced, American executed and entirely New York."

Jazz roots in hip hop, graffiti roots in Warhol, Basquiat and Haring, and Italian NY roots, but overall a welcoming place to eat. Charlie Bird means New York fine dining.

5 King Street

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