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Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC
Atera is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

1. Atera

9.0
77 Worth St (btwn Broadway & Church St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine moléculaire · Tribeca · 43 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: The old style of ‘trompe bouche,’ where food looked like one thing but tasted like another — has given way to a compelling, ultra-refined naturalism. ★★★★

Le Coucou is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

2. Le Coucou

9.2
138 Lafayette St, New York, NY
Restaurant français · SoHo · 83 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Le Coucou is the beating, albeit transplanted, heart of grand old French cuisine in New York right now. ★★★

Contra is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

3. Contra

8.2
138 Orchard St (at Rivington St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Lower East Side · 93 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Sometimes Contra's food is visually precise. Slivers of white squid with black ink puree and yuzukosho greens would fit right in at the two Michelin-starred Aquavit. ★★★

Dirty French is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

4. Dirty French

8.6
180 Ludlow St (btwn Stanton & E Houston St), New York, NY
Restaurant français · Lower East Side · 136 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Jean-Georges Vongerichten, one of the original gangsters of global French fusion, should be jealous as it's the type of dish that wouldn't be out of place at his three-Michelin-starred flagship. ★★★

Momofuku Ko is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

5. Momofuku Ko

9.1
8 Extra Pl (at 1st St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · East Village · 49 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Chef Sean Gray and his team have transformed this gem of the Momofuku empire into a smarter, more nuanced, more comfortable place to eat. ★★★★

Sushi Nakazawa is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

6. Sushi Nakazawa

9.2
23 Commerce St (btwn Bedford St & 7th Ave S), New York, NY
Bar à sushis · West Village · 206 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: What makes Nakazawa a satisfyingly uniform experience is that the head chef personally serves everyone at the bar. ★★★

Hearth is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

7. Hearth

8.7
403 E 12th St (at 1st Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · East Village · 208 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: The "Variety Burger" is a medium-rare patty made from a coarse grind of brisket, chuck, heart, and liver. It's served with sweet potato wedge fries (heresy!) and without a bun (hiss!). ★★★

Shuko is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

8. Shuko

8.7
47 E 12th St (btwn University Pl and Broadway), New York, NY
Restaurant japonais · Greenwich Village · 46 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Shuko often only serves about two pieces of the meaty delicacy as part of the menu, which Kim grills over the binchotan and places in a hammock of nori. The texture is pure foie gras. ★★★

Bar Bolonat is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

9. Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson St (at W 12th St), New York, NY
Restaurant israélien · West Village · 78 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: The ubiquitous Levantine empanada is elevated with perfect execution and clarity of flavor. ★★★

Cosme is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

10. Cosme

8.7
35 E 21st St (btwn Broadway & Park Ave S), New York, NY
Restaurant mexicain · Flatiron District · 265 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Olvera brings out just the opposite, a corn mousse with a vegetal sting. Only a sugary husk meringue on top provides the sweet relief this brilliant dish needs. Call it a Mexican pavlova. ★★★

Cote is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

11. Cote

8.2
16 W 22nd St, New York, NY
Restaurant coréen · Flatiron District · 53 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: A slickly designed restaurant split into bench-tables up front and cushier booths in the back and a standing table that bisects the space, one of the city’s most exhilarating places to eat beef. ★★★

The Clocktower is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

12. The Clocktower

8.1
5 Madison Ave (E 24th St), New York, NY
Restaurant britannique · NoMad · 58 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Clocktower belongs to a small collection of restaurants that find inspiration not from predicting the lean future of food but rather by tipping a hat to its indulgent past. ★★★

The Breslin Bar & Dining Room is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

13. The Breslin Bar & Dining Room

8.4
16 W 29th St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave), New York, NY
Gastro-pub · NoMad · 698 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: British-accented pub fare, however rustic, can feel just as refined and boundary pushing as the American avant-garde. ★★★

Chef's Table At Brooklyn Fare is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

14. Chef's Table At Brooklyn Fare

8.4
431 W 37th St, New York, NY
Restaurant américain · Hell's Kitchen · 14 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Ramirez tops sweet hokkaido uni with the earthy funk of black truffle in August, or the more ethereal musk of white truffle in December. ★★★★

Gabriel Kreuther is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

15. Gabriel Kreuther

8.8
41 W 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant français · Midtown East · 73 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Feels like pre-crash Manhattan all over again at Gabriel Kreuther, the namesake Alsatian joint by the chef who spent nearly a decade at The Modern slinging tarte flambées. ★★★

The Grill is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

16. The Grill

8.7
99 E 52nd St (at Park Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · Midtown East · 30 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: A theme restaurant for the wealthy, but one that puts everyone under a spell that they belong here, on this stage, where it’s always 1950s Manhattan, rain or shine. ★★★★

Empellón is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

17. Empellón

8.3
510 Madison Ave (at 53rd St.), New York, NY
Restaurant mexicain · Midtown East · 37 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Stupak is pursuing a grown-up’s version of that childhood wonderment: He’s making diners experience something new and surprising all over again. ★★★

Tori Shin is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

18. Tori Shin

8.1
362 W 53rd St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant japonais · Hell's Kitchen · 89 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: So while you might be tempted to order a la carte here, you shouldn't. Whenever chicken is involved, Tori Shin gets it right. ★★★

Aquavit is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

19. Aquavit

8.3
65 E 55th St (btw Madison and Park Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant scandinave · Midtown East · 98 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: Twenty-seven years after it opened, Hakan Swahn's Manhattan establishment still kicks ass, with a new chef, Emma Bengtsson, who turns out to be a serious gastronomic force to be reckoned with. ★★★

Aska is one of Eater's Three- and Four-Star Restaurants in NYC.

20. Aska

8.8
47 S 5th St, Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant scandinave · Williamsburg · 23 conseils et avis

Wilson Z.Wilson Zhou: The bi-level space, a restored 1860s warehouse and garden, gives the 37-year-old Berselius a chance to prove to New York that he deserves to be taken as seriously as the city's best chefs.”★★★★