If you are planning on venturing in New York city for one of the most exciting design events of every designer’s agenda year, you definitely have to plan your gastronomic journey for your stay in the city of lights. ICFF 2017 is almost there and Deco NY doesn’t want you to miss anything from the top design restaurants to eat in New York City while the design show takes over the town.
More than 750 exhibitors at ICFF 2017, from all points of the globe, will display contemporary furniture, seating, carpet and flooring, lighting, outdoor furniture, materials, wall coverings, accessories, textiles, and kitchen and bath for residential and commercial interiors. With over 3,000 restaurants in New York City the choice could be difficult but here you have the most anticipated restaurants that opened this year in the city that never sleeps. Michelin Stars and restaurant interior design styles to see, Skyline views and where to eat romantically in is all your need to see in the best restaurants of the Big Apple.
Deco NY selected the top design restaurants in New York City for you to visit while you visit ICFF 2017.
Eleven Madison Park: Top of the line all the way, this New French experience on Madison Square Park is exquisite from beginning to end, matching chef Daniel Humm’s exhilarating tasting menu–only cuisine with world-class service (even the busboys have Cornell degrees) in a majestic art deco space.
Four Seasons: A timeless classic, this stunning Midtown modernist landmark designed by Philip Johnson and stewarded by Alex von Bidder and Julian Niccolini continues to shine with top-level New American food delivered by super-pro servers.
Daniel: When you want the best of everything, Daniel Boulud’s stately East Side namesake delivers the goods, perennially inspiring superlatives for its breathtaking New French prix fixes, stellar wine list and world-class service; at the zenith of formal dining (jackets required) with prices to match, it’s worth every centime to celebrate in style.
La Grenouille: “Sublime from start to finish”, David Bouley’s stunning TriBeCa mother ship conjures magic with nuanced, flawless French cuisine, a glorious setting and pro service that borders on mind-reading; it all makes for an unforgettable experience that’s worth the steep cost – though the greatest gift to Gotham gourmets is its leisurely $55 five-course Prix fixe lunch.
Four Seasons: Just about every superlative applies to Charles Masson’s luxuriant Midtown standard-bearer – the last (and best) of New York City great classic French restaurants – from the sublime haute cuisine and seamless service to the gorgeous floral displays and overall sense of ancient régime splendor; now in its 50th year, this time-tested indulge of expensive tastes can be experienced at a bargain $36 lunch in the upstairs room.
Tao: This clubby bistro – where sculptures and paintings from Thailand and Bali decorate the 400-seat room – takes over the 22,000-square-foot space that once housed Hiro Ballroom and Matsuri. The menu draws inspiration from all over Asia, featuring dishes like a Hong Kong-style crispy snapper.