New York Area Restaurants

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The Infatuation’s Restaurant Picks

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Babbo RistoranteBabbo Ristorante
9.5
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Italian | Greenwich Village, Manhattan
Gramercy TavernGramercy Tavern
9.3
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American | Gramercy / Flatiron, Manhattan
THE GRILLTHE GRILL
9.2
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Steakhouse | Midtown East, Manhattan
Del PostoDel Posto
9.1
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Italian | Meatpacking District, Manhattan
DanielDaniel
9.1
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French | New York, Exclusive
Le CoucouLe Coucou
9.1
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French | SoHo, Manhattan
UplandUpland
9.1
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Contemporary American | Gramercy / Flatiron, Manhattan
Casa EnriqueCasa Enrique
9
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Mexican | Long Island City, Queens
Blue Ribbon BrasserieBlue Ribbon Brasserie
9
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Contemporary American | SoHo, Manhattan
MareaMarea
8.8
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Italian | Midtown West, Manhattan
GatoGato
8.8
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Mediterranean | NoLita, Manhattan
CosmeCosme
8.7
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Contemporary Mexican | Gramercy / Flatiron, Manhattan
Minetta TavernMinetta Tavern
8.7
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French | West Village, Manhattan
Le TurtleLe Turtle
8.7
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French | NoLita, Manhattan

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Discover New York

When a city never sleeps, waking hours are spent in cafes, diners, bars and restaurants of every shape and size that give New York its unique flavor. Once famous for pizza by-the-slice (local loyalties run deep), black-and-white cookies, and old world, mahogany-paneled steakhouses—the dining rooms of titans of business and other famous folks—Manhattan is now estimated to have 24,000 restaurants, from midtown’s korean barbecue to fast casual vegan burgers. Pillowy pork buns? You got it. French rotisserie? That too. And, of course, there will always be the perfect bagel, preferably toasted dark with smoked salmon, cream cheese, tomato, onions, and capers.

New York Area Neighborhoods