The sheer number of options makes it difficult to get bored of restaurants in NYC, but when it comes to food, can there ever be too much of a good thing? According to most people (and hamsters), the answer is "No way!" So get your grub on at one of NYC's latest spots!
77 Worth Street New York, NY (212) 226-1444
Executive Chef Matthew Lightner has been around the block and back, working in some of the world's finest establishments including Noma and L'Auberge. Now it's time for New York to get a taste of what he's putting on the table. Atera is now open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday from 6:30pm to 9:30 pm, offering a unique dining experience where Lightner "relies greatly on his innate connection to time and place." According to Eater, they are now serving a $150 tasting menu with an option of a $90 wine pairing.
8 West 46th Street
Midtown has a new falafel place that is now opened serving up some sandwiches and salad bar pitas. Now with their third location opened, they are in close competition for being the largest kosher chain in the city. This restaurant is well-priced and a perfect lunch to have for the midtown worker. They are also vegetarian friendly.
1375 Madison Ave, New York, NY (212) 369-7600
Kitchen M is now open on the Upper East Side close to Central Park. This take-out spot has food that is fast and there to serve those who might want to eat in the park. They even serve sushi.
240 West 56th Street New York, NY (212) 397-0707
This new Indian Restaurant in the Theatre District is now open for lunch a dinner. There are many vegetarian dishes like chickpea kebabs and roasted turnip soup considering the cuisine is influenced by the city it is named after. There is also many seafood options. Peter Beck of Tamarind also helped out with the menu, so you might want to give it a try.
61 West 8th Street New York, NY (212) 505-2610
The West Village just gained another sushi joint. The space has 20 seats at the counter and 20 seats in the dining area. Its chic, modern look really makes this place fit in to the neighborhood. Chefs from Masa are involved, so it is safe to assume this place will be good. Sushi and sashimi, as well as other small plates are being served. We are excited to give this place a try.
4 East 46th Street New York,NY (212) 682-3562
Edwin Bellanco is now running the show at the new Euro-American Restaurant that just opened. Now serving lunch and dinner, this midtown east establishment is serving European inspired dishes like Duck Breast with Duck Leg Confit, Endive, Marmalade and Applewood Smoked Bacon, and Cocoa Crusted Venison Loin with Sweet and Sour Red Curi Squash that is drizzled with Lingonberry Sauce. Yum!