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**THE MODERN

**THE MODERN

***MASA

***MASA

GALLAGHER’S STEAKHOUSE

GALLAGHER’S STEAKHOUSE

***LE BERNARDIN

***LE BERNARDIN

*GABRIEL KREUTHER

*GABRIEL KREUTHER

*TORI SHIN

*TORI SHIN

POLO BAR

POLO BAR

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DINNER

**THE MODERN

Foie Gras Tart with Winter Citrus and Onion
9 W 53rd St
walk: 8 minutes

After exploring your favorite modern art at MoMA, you deserve to indulge on chef Abram Bissell's contemporary cuisine. This airy space and beautiful plating will keep art activated through all of your senses. Lunch and dinner are offered in a tasting menu format as you sit looking out that the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.

***MASA

Uni Risotto
10 Columbus Circle
walk: 9 minutes

If you’re looking for a truly special meal, Masa is the place to be. The intentionally minimalistic interior allows chef Masayoshi Takayama to paint a beautiful picture through his multicourse omakase menu. Masa is one of the priciest sushi experiences in the country, but with three Michelin stars, it’s also one you’ll never forget.

GALLAGHER’S STEAKHOUSE

Steak
228 W 52nd St
walk: 4 minutes

Gallagher’s is true New York experience to enjoy before or after a Broadway show. Chef Brett Reichler knows how to age a steak and he’s proudly upholding the legacy of this 87-year-old restaurant. Business dinner or date night, this Theater District favorite is the perfect reservation.

***LE BERNARDIN

Salmon rillette with toast
155 W 51st St
walk: 5 minutes

One of the last remaining fine dining gems in the city, this three Michelin-starred restaurant is always a treat. In their beautiful lounge area, guests can enjoy select tasting menu favorites in a more casual, a-la-carte environment. Their famed salmon rillette is a New York classic and uses both fresh, poached and smoked salmon for a complex flavor.  For a great glass of wine, look just across the breezeway to Aldo Sohm. A cozy wine bar opened in collaboration with Le Bernardin by their master sommelier, Aldo Sohm.

*GABRIEL KREUTHER

Classic tarte flambée (smoked bacon, onion, crème fraîche, fromage blanc)
41 W 42nd St
walk: 18 minutes

A newcomer to the fine dining scene, this namesake restaurant is already on its way to becoming a classic New York table. A stark but comforting space is home to nightly tasting menus, while the bar serves crowd favorites a-la-carte.

*TORI SHIN

Sot l'y laisse (chicken oyster) skewer
362 W 53rd St
walk: 7 minutes

Chef Atsushi Kono sources only the finest chicken for some of the best yakitori outside of Japan. Order by the skewer or a full chicken omakase to get a true yakitori experience. Chef’s passion to incorporate the whole animal in a simple and delicious way is what makes this perfectly unexpected Uptown dining experience so memorable. 

 

POLO BAR

Ralph's corned beef sandwich (melted swiss & horseradish coleslaw on marble rye)
1 E 55th St
walk: 8 minutes

Ralph Lauren’s Polo Bar is the quintessential New York restaurant to feed your fixation on good fashion and a throwback to 90’s food staples. Note: It’s one of the hardest reservations in the city at the moment, so we suggest sitting at the bar for some classic shrimp cocktail or pigs in a blanket.


* = number of Michelin Stars

This Dine Around Guide was created by Trends on Trends (@trendsontrends_ ) with WestHouse (@westhouseny).
Lovely illustrations by: Jade Sheldon (@jade_melissa) and printing by: Presshaus LA (@presshausla).

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