50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

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© Emilie Baltz

From Atlanta to Seattle, T+L offers a definitive guide to the country’s top dining experiences—big and small.

New York City: Dovetail

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The Upper West Side is rocking too, thanks in large part to Dovetail, which has the city’s most welcoming service, an organic earth-toned design, and a treasure in its creative, French Laundry–trained chef-owner John Fraser, whose haute-humble menu dazzles even with lamb’s tongue and brussels sprouts. Book ahead for Fraser’s $38 Sunday Suppa, for gnocchi under an inspired short rib–and–foie gras ragù or a winning rendition of meatloaf. The mini red-velvet cupcakes dressed with a loose cream cheese frosting (served pre-dessert) are reason enough to venture uptown. Dinner for two $110.

 

 

50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

 

 

50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

New York City: Dovetail

The Upper West Side is rocking too, thanks in large part to Dovetail, which has the city’s most welcoming service, an organic earth-toned design, and a treasure in its creative, French Laundry–trained chef-owner John Fraser, whose haute-humble menu dazzles even with lamb’s tongue and brussels sprouts. Book ahead for Fraser’s $38 Sunday Suppa, for gnocchi under an inspired short rib–and–foie gras ragù or a winning rendition of meatloaf. The mini red-velvet cupcakes dressed with a loose cream cheese frosting (served pre-dessert) are reason enough to venture uptown. Dinner for two $110.

 

 

50 Best New U.S. Restaurants

 

 

© Emilie Baltz
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