Ten Great Restaurants in New York City - Page 2

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Betel Restaurant, New York City
Betel Restaurant, New York City  (Savored)

Alma 33
"Alma," means "soul" in Spanish, and this Greenwich Village spot certainly owns up to its namesake. A sleek sense of warmth radiates here, with intimate lighting and rustic décor, creating the perfect balance of energy and romance. The cuisine, rooted in traditional Argentine flavors enhanced with modern influences, embodies the same sense of "soul" as is reflected in the attentive and friendly service. Pair all this with delicious homemade cocktails, and Alma 33 is sure to make for a memorable evening out.
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Brindle Room
Celebrated restaurateur Jeremy Spector of Employees Only and Dogmatic Dogs fame is behind this East Village gem, which serves an eclectic menu of globally inspired plates meant for sharing. With such dishes as spiced stewed lentils and savory baked oysters, the food at Brindle Room is sure to surprise and delight your taste buds, while the intimate space is highlighted by dark wooden furniture and a candlelit-feel, adding to the mellow, laid-back atmosphere. End your evening by lingering over a cocktail or glass of white wine for the full Brindle experience.
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Betel
Nestled on a quiet corner of Grove Street is Betel, a Southeast Asian respite offering a sleek atmosphere and outrageously good food. As a veteran of Thai kitchens from various Sydney, Australia restaurants, chef Adam Woodfield considers himself a resident expert on the cuisine (and he is). At Betel, he blends modern Thai cooking techniques with inspiration from the hawker stalls of Thailand. The result of this is incredibly flavorful food; sweet, salty, spicy, fresh, and unique, making Betel one of our New York City favorites.
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10 Downing Food & Wine
Neighborhood charm and seasonal American cuisine, speckled with international influence, are just a few reasons 10 Downing Food & Wine has been praised for its warm, straightforward approach to fine dining. With a coveted two stars from the New York Times, 10 Downing serves reinvented classics like curry-spice-and-coconut chicken pot pie and butter-poached sweet shrimp. A chic dining room adorned with contemporary American art is filled with soothing hypnotic music and a friendly wait staff.
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Spina
This unassuming little trattoria on the corner of 11th and Avenue B packs a lot of more punch than it lets on. With an authentic menu offering seafood selections, fine cheeses, and house made pastas, Spina has charmed neighborhood locals with its relaxing ambience and unforgettably good Italian food. Plates of fresh crudo di pesces and decadent duck agnolottis await you at this Lower East Side gem, which is why this taste of "la dolce vita" is an essential stop in the New York City dining scene.
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