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Top Ten Best Restaurants in nyc

The Bombay Bread Bar
The Bombay Bread Bar

Bombay Bread Bar is the the casual revamp of Paowalla, which was a formal-feeling Indian spot from the same chef in this same location in Soho. While some of the food is similar, it’s a very different experience thanks to a redesign of the space by the set director of various Wes Anderson movies.

Momofuku Ko
Momofuku Ko

I think you can pretty easily claim that any of Ko, Ssäm Bar, or Noodle Bar is the best of the New York Momofuku restaurants. Ko is by far the fanciest, offering an insane ~18 course menu for around $200.

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Una Pizza Napoletana
Una Pizza Napoletana

After having come to some realizations about himself and the Bay Area, Mangieri has returned to New York, where next week he opens the newest iteration of Una Pizza Napoletana on the Lower East Side.

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La Mercerie
La Mercerie

La Mercerie is a cafe in the front of a high-end furniture store in the part of Soho where you see people lined up for the latest streetwear, and they recently started serving lunch and dinner. The mostly-French menu has salads, crepes, and steak tartare - and the food is excellent.

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Frenchette
Frenchette

Wondering where you should be eating in New York City right now? You’re in the right place. The Infatuation Hit List is your guide to the city’s best new restaurants. And when we say “best new restaurants,” we mean it.

Gem. 116 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002. ...
Gem. 116 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002. ...

New York, NY 10002 We enjoyed what can only be described as phenomenal. The meal far exceeded our expectations!! chef Flynn and the staff have done an excellent job of curating the perfect space to replicate an intimate dinner with Friends.

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Davelle
Davelle

Wondering where you should be eating in New York City right now? You’re in the right place. The Infatuation Hit List is your guide to the city’s best new restaurants.

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