15 NY Places Picked By C...
The Insider Guide to Food and Drink. Recommendations from culinary professionals
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41 Madison Ave., Manhattan, NY
Chef Jimmy Bradley (The Red Cat, The Harrison) is impressed with A Voce. "Chef Missy Robbins is doing some interesting things."
138 Mott St., Manhattan, NY
Chef King Phanojanakong (Kuma Inn, Umi Nom) "You've tried the rest, now try the best."
55 E. Houston St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Amanda Freitag (The Harrison) "Go for great Italian food."
119 W. 56th St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Chris Santos (The Stanton Social) “I love the whole burger experience, so it's always a lot of fun to go the Burger Joint in the Parker Meridien with someone who has never been.”
623 Eleventh Ave., Manhattan, NY
Chef Bill Telepan (Telepan) "I love this place."
Chef Michael Anthony (Gramercy Tavern) "It’s straightforward, delicious barbeque that when paired with a great beer there’s nothing better."
379 Greenwich St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Alfred Portale (Gotham Bar and Grill) "For Pastas, porchetta, sheep's milk ricotta truffle honey, and burnt orange toast."
157 E. Houston St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Rebecca Weitzman (Thistle Hill Tavern)picks it for late night dining.
152 W. 49th St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Joe Ogronek (Anella in Brooklyn) “They are open late and always packed. Try the eel tempura with plum salt.”
151 Rivington St., Manhattan, NY
Chef Ivy Stark (Dos Caminos) “it’s for someone who wants to go beyond California Rolls.”
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248 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Chef Mikey Price (Market Table) "Sit at the bar. I'm a fan of the kale acorn squash soup and the chicken. The specials are always good, as is the pasta."