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Restaurants in New York city you won't want to miss
"Restaurants in New York city you won't want to miss"

"Expensive or cheap – it doesn't matter. In New York, you can get a high-class experience at a burger stand in Downtown. Or a ”once in a lifetime” on a Guide Michellin-award-winning restaurant with white crisp cloths on the tables.nHär are 8 restaurants you don't want to some in Manhattan in the spring!"

"1. Lucien - French bistro with a guaranteed kändisspaning"

"this place is a small golden gem in the East Village. Behind the red drapes in the entrance you step into a cosy and sorlig environment. On the walls hang pictures of the actors, artists and other celebrities who have visited the restaurant. But just as often you will see them sitting at any of the tables. Hörnbordet at the large window is popular among those who like to be visible. "

"When Aftonbladet was on a visit, we bumped into Madonna's daughter Lourdres (sat at the hörnbordet, of course), skådespelerkan Cloë Sevigny and lovely Eva Dahlgren and Efva Attling. "

the ' Place opened in 1998 and has become a popular watering hole for a nice mix of people. All are welcome, both ”the rich and famous', local regulars and tourists. The menu is classic French bistro and there are few surprises, everything is good! The mood friendly but without being intrusive. You do not need to be dressed up to eat here, but no one would raise eyebrows if you walk in with a tuxedo or party dress. It's got everything from checkered shirts to sequins. Celebrities may be left alone even if the tables are cramped and close.nAdress: 14 1st Avenue."

"2. Grand Central Oyster Bar - constant-classics"

"the Restaurant is located in the middle of Grand Central's train station is not the cosiest venue you can think of. It is located in the basement, without windows, and has focused on pushing into many seats. My tip is to instead, you sit at the long bar counter where you can see the servers put up in barrels, receive fiskleveranser and turn into bongs. Here you will meet always on the regulars. Two years in a row, randomly, on a Wednesday in march, I have met Dave here. He is retired, but the commute every now and then to the old job in New York city. He eats the always a fiskmiddag before he takes the train home. It's not just tourists and commuters who are hitting the disk, hit will skaldjursfantaster and foodisar as well as the curious släntrat past in anticipation of the train. "

"the Oysters are, of course, is ”to die for” and the lobsters, crabs and shrimp are handled with so much love that they melt in your mouth. But even the fish dishes are amazing, simple and hearty. nAdress: 89 E. 42nd Street."

"3. Chinese tuxedo – trendy and tasty"

"this is a nice place in the middle of Chinatown you can't miss. The nice atmosphere and the service is spectacular and there is not a single ”bad” table in the entire premises. Which table you are assigned, it feels as if you are centrally located. The menu is tasty and imaginative. There are many options for those who are vegetarian or vegan. This is a great place for anyone who wants to celebrate a birthday or other special day at a great little trendy place. nAdress: 5 Doyers Street."

"4. Le Coucou - food-in-class"

"the French cuisine is top-notch, lighted candles, and stiff white tablecloths. It can't get more romantic than this. But Le Coucou is not just for dating couples who want to eat well, here, people of all ages to enjoy a dinner in a luxurious environment. Families mixed with couples and businessmen. And they serve not only dinner, the restaurant serves food all day - breakfast, lunch and dinner. The duo like the steering wheels Le Coucou is acclaimed chef Daniel Rose and restaurangprofilen Stephen Starr.nAdress: 138 Lafayette Street. "

"5. Blue Ribbon Brasserie – the classic open late."

"this is a true New York classic that rattas of brothers Bruce and Eric Bromberg. Blue Ribbon Brasserie, located between Soho and the West Village and is among other things known for their seafood and oysters, its comfortable ambiance and that the kitchen is open late at night. The one who is hungry can get a meal for up to four when the morning dawns and the restaurant closes. ”You can order a giant skaldjurspaella for eight to ten people in the middle of the night after a gig” tells a regular for me. Many chefs and restaurant employees looking happy here after they've ready for the day to get a little in my stomach. Blue Ribbon is open all days of the week. nAdress: 97 Sullivan Street"

"6. Atomix – expensive and unique experience."

"do you Want to turn on the great when you visit New York so is Atomix is the place for you. Be prepared to open your wallet considerably, but despite the expensive prices you will not be disappointed. Cantor, who has a star in Guide Michellin, serves Korean food and a tip is to choose the tasting menu at the Chef's Counter. It costs around sek 2 000 per person. The restaurant has two seatings, one at 18.00 and one at 21.00. If you don't want to spend a fortune on food, but still soaking up the lovely mood of the Play so you can easily make it by to hang for a while in the bar on the ground floor. It serves drinks that are inspired by modern Korean flavors.nAdress: 104 E. 30th Street."

"7. Umami Burger – a simple blowout"

"Yummy, hearty burgers and crispy French fries – what more can you ask for when you are famished after a day of sightseeing in Manhattan? The service is friendly, and the premises sorrowful cosy. Start dinner with a small minifisktacos or crispy brysselkol. Bet on a Ultimate bacon if you want to have a blowout. Or the Sunny side if you are fond of eggs and truffles. The burger adorned with a fried egg, and butter flavoured with truffles. There are also salads and vegetarian options. nAdress: 225 Liberty St Suite 247."

"8. Hudson Clearwater – unpretentious neighbourhood restaurant"

"A small port in the West Village may discourage, but when you step inside the doors to the restaurant the Hudson Clearweater you will be soon familiar with. ”The best and coziest restaurant that is not flashy, but has toppenstämning” says my friend, the New York connoisseur. In the spring and summer you can dine in the small courtyard, but the place is as cosy a freezing cold winter day. The menu has something for everyone, for example, spare ribs, duck breast and pasta. nAdress: 447 Hudson Street."

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