Sushi by bou

A unique 30 minute Omakase speakeasy experience by sushi chef David Bouhadana, Michael Sinensky, and Erika London.

Jue Lan Club & Limelight Patio, 49 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011, 917-870-1587

Sanctuary Hotel, 132 West 47th Street, New York, NY 10036, 917-348-5737


18 Greenwich Avenue, New York, NY 10011, (212)-647-1818

Seasonal antipasti & pastas accompany affordable wines in this airy space with a rooftop garden.


24 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011,  212-868-2424

Claudette is a Provençal restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village, steps from Washington Square Park. Its Mediterranean-accented French dishes are served in a bright corner space with an elegant cottage feel. Created by two friends, Carlos A Suarez and Mark Barak, Claudette joins her sister restaurants Rosemary’s and Bobo in offering a warm and inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family.

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60 West 55th St (Hell’s Kitchen) New York, NY, (646) 943-7373

Benoit is a French Bistro that will transport you to Paris with their menu of Pate en Croute, Poulet Roti, and Seared Sea Scallops.

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JAMES Restaurant

605 Carlton Avenue (Prospect Heights) Brooklyn, NY, (718) 942-4255

JAMES offers seasonal, sustainable, locally-inspired cuisine from Chef Bryan Calvert and Deborah Williamson in the heart of Brooklyn.

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Dutch Kills Centraal

3840 29th St, Long Island City, NY 11101, (718) 606-8651

Mellow gastropub doling out locavore American fare & craft beers in cozy digs with a communal table.

Le Pif

465 W 23rd st, NY, NY, 10011, (212) 229 1700

Le Pif is a French Wine Bar concept with two locations in NYC. “Le Pif” is a French expression used to refer to a good wine, a sommelier or a small intuition. Do you have the Nose for it ?

District Tap House

246 West 38th St (Bet 7th & 8th Avenue) New York, NY 10018, (212) 221-1822

District Tap House is a New York City Craft Beer Bar & Restaurant located in the heart of Midtown West in the Garment District. With an extensive list of domestic and international craft beers on tap and dozens more by the bottle & tin. District Tap House features a menu masterfully prepared by cult chef Harrison Mosher. With a commitment to sourcing our food locally, we guarantee customers the freshest sustainable foods whenever possible.


145 Borinquen Place, Brooklyn, NY 11211, (347) 789-7742

Out-of-the-way, family-owned East Williamsburg corner restaurant offering New American fare & a raw bar.

Trophy Bar

351 Broadway, Brooklyn NY, 11211, (347) 227-8515

Trophy offers an extensive menu of spirits, classic and signature cocktails, nice wine, and food reminiscent of the best stadium classics done with a gourmet twist — hot off the griddle bacon cheeseburgers that melt in your mouth, cool and spicy shrimp rolls with crispy chips, and a rich, buttery grilled cheese sandwich served with a side of tomato dipping sauce. Summer brings food pop-ups like AsiaDog, Lonestar Empire, and Baoery to Trophy’s expansive open-air garden to serve some of New York’s best culinary experiments. Don’t forget to ask for a Cliffton Dry!

The Pierre Hotel

2 E 61st St, New York, NY 10065, (212) 838-8000

The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, situated beside Central Park steps from the luxury boutiques of Fifth & Madison Avenues, is a white-gloved oasis for the discerning traveler. Playing host to royalty, heads of state, titans of industry, and Hollywood glitterati, The Pierre is unquestionably a jewel in Manhattan’s crown.

Baccarat Hotel

28 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019, (212) 790-8800

Baccarat brings French luxury and crystal craftsmanship to the heart of NYC.

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Sushi Seki

365 West 46th St (Hell’s Kitchen) New York, NY, (212) 262-8880

Sushi Seki, with locations in Hell’s Kitchen, the Upper East Side, and Chelsea, is one of the leading sushi restaurants in NYC, serving up some of the freshest and most decadent seafood around.

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195 Dekalb Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205, (718) 855-9190

Since 1999, Madiba Restaurant has been bringing the home cooking of South African Kitchens to Brooklyn tables in Fort Greene. From Portuguese spice to Indian Curries and African legumes Madiba Restaurant tips a hat to South African street food – from inner city market to harbor landing. Ask for a Cliffton Dry!


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