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No city in the world likes to reinvent itself as much as New York. Manhattan, Brooklyn & Co. are a magnet for people from all over the world – for all cultures and for all cuisines. Countless trends see the light of day here, because New York is and remains a home base for the creative gastronomic elite. If you want to experience the huge mega-metropolis and its influence on our world of food, there’s only one thing to do: go there! New York is particularly beautiful … always!
Food & drink in New York
The diversity of restaurants in New York has always been characterized by the many immigrants, newcomers and newcomers. Jewish delis, like
with the succulent
Reuben Pastrami Sandwich
in Midtown are still real landmarks in the Big Apple today. However, the new Israeli restaurants are currently very popular, such as the
not far from Gramercy Park, where chef Meir Adoni presents his version of modern Middle Eastern cuisine with a trout with large Medjool dates or the excellent beef tartare with sheep’s yoghurt and small artichokes.
modern middle eastern cuisine
Vegetarian and vegan dishes continue to be hyped on the Hudson, which is why Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s latest restaurant
should not be missing from the Murmelz list. The restaurant is informal and bright, and the dishes on the mostly purely vegan menu change frequently, satisfying even the most unruly carnivores.
Star chef Dan Barber offers a special approach in his
Blue Hill Restaurant
in Greenwich Village, where he focuses on local produce and wines. He sources much of his produce from his Blue Hill Farm outside the city, where he works with Cornell University to grow plants that prioritize flavor over appearance or shelf life. You can also find more information here at Netflix Chef’s Table.
Netflix – Chef’s Table: Dan Barber
Chic and with
Brooklyn, where a number of young, very well-trained chefs have set up their own businesses, has also become very popular. We recommend, for example, the
by Missy Robbins. After seven years in Friuli, she knows Italian cuisine inside out and serves prawns with gremolata or ricotta gnocchi with broccoli and pistachio pesto … molto bene!
The rooftop bar is absolutely hip
in Williamsburg, which won the 2017 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards for the best bar design out of around 1,000 suggestions. Retro-style furniture and warm materials such as velvet and leather meet modern industrial chic here. The large terrace on the 22nd floor with its unforgettable view of the East River and Manhattan is breathtaking. Of course, the drinks are also worthy of an award.
We also still love
our New York restaurant classics
: like the
Pearl Oyster Bar
in the Village on Cornelia Street, where Rebecca Charles prepares a sensational shrimp cocktail and the most sinful blueberry pie in the world, as well as what I consider to be the best lobsters in town.
Unforgettable and always an experience is the legendary
in Soho on Spring Street opposite the
Moma Design Store.
Classic French brasserie cuisine made from the best ingredients is celebrated here every day, along with a raw bar with oysters and crustaceans, as well as good wines and cocktails. No wonder our Balthazar has been loved by New Yorkers for decades. Reservation strongly recommended!
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If you fancy New York and want to immerse yourself in shopping, art and culture as well as culinary highlights, we recommend our luxury travel special.
NEW YORK SOPHISTICATED
Four nights including breakfast in a sophisticated Astor Suite (56sqm) in the legendary
St. Regis New York
which was once built by John Jacob Astor as a counterpart to the Waldorf Astoria in the Beaux-Arts style and has hosted countless famous guests such as Salvador Dali and John Lennon for over 110 years. The latter even recorded a first demo of his peace anthem War is over here. The St. Regis, located between Madison Avenue and 5th Avenue, is one of New York’s iconic hotels, combining contemporary 5-star luxury with suave sophistication and elegance. Service is a way of life here, not least thanks to the included butler service, which fulfills guests’ wishes around the clock, ironing clothes and serving coffee or tea. Also known all over the world is the
King Cole Bar
with the opulent King Cole painting by Maxfield Parrish, where in 1934, one year after the end of Prohibition, the
was invented. Further information about the St. Regis New York can be found here: Website St. Regis New York.
NEW YORK CREATIVE
Four nights without breakfast in a queen room (20sqm) in
sinful hotel, the
in Lower Manhattan. The hotelier of many design boutique hotels became famous as co-owner of the legendary Studio54. The Public is one of his latest sexy coups. You enter through an enchanted garden and ascend via spacy escalators to the lobby with café, restaurant, bar and community area. Modern luxury is lived here, wrapped in international state-of-the-art design with fine materials, created by the renowned architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron. Bright and elegant rooms with inspiring details and floor-to-ceiling windows offering sensational views of the city. Only the breathtaking rooftop bar with all kinds of happenings can top this. Manhattan at its best! Further information about the PUBLIC can be found here: Website Public Hotel.
Our travel professionals Henning Richter & Sören Eichhorst will be happy to help you with any questions about our travel packages, current prices and availability of the specials! Of course, we will then put together your own individual New York trip!
Booking hotline: +49 – 89 – 50 222 873
Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.
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Around the clock.
Even more inspiration…
For further inspiration and travel preparation, we recommend the website of our colleagues from Loving New York. In addition to up-to-date travel guides and all kinds of tips for all sights and attractions, the website also has a monthly event calendar. Information is available here:
We found even more restaurant tips from our friends at “Der Feinschmecker”. (December 2017 issue)
DER FEINSCHMECKER TOP 5 restaurants in NYC
Eleven Madison Park
Daniel Humm’s restaurant is the best in the city – with a new concept since October 2017.
Éric Ripert’s restaurant is one of the top addresses in the USA. French cuisine with a focus on seafood.
Thomas Keller’s (“French Laundry”) restaurant in Manhattan and one of the finest in the country.
: The best Japanese restaurant in the USA. There is only one menu at a fixed price, reservations by telephone only.
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
16 guests sit at a counter around César Ramirez’s open jpche and eat a standardized menu with 24 courses.
Further information at: www.der-feinschmecker.de
Photo Credits: © New York by Erik Heddem Unsplash, Carnegie Deli by Roman Arkhipov Unsplash, Nur New York, Lilia Brooklyn New York, Westlight New York, Pearl Oyster Bar, Balthazar New York, Moma Design Store, Blacklane, Public Hotel New York, St Regis New York.
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