New York's Top Restaurants

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T+L reveals what's cooking at the top restaurants in New York, from a classic steakhouse to a hip West Village gastropub.

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When the Ethiopian-born Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson bought a town house in Harlem, he knew his new neighborhood needed a restaurant and watering hole worthy of its storied past. So he decided to build it himself. The result is a swinging mix of multi-culti comfort food (fried “yardbird,” cured meats with lingonberry jam, and fish tacos), with live music downstairs and lots of bourbon at the always-jumping bar upstairs. The vibe and clientele are every bit as fun, diverse, and stylish as the chef himself.

See the Globetrotter’s Guide to World Hot Spots.

New York's Top Restaurants

Red Rooster

When the Ethiopian-born Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson bought a town house in Harlem, he knew his new neighborhood needed a restaurant and watering hole worthy of its storied past. So he decided to build it himself. The result is a swinging mix of multi-culti comfort food (fried “yardbird,” cured meats with lingonberry jam, and fish tacos), with live music downstairs and lots of bourbon at the always-jumping bar upstairs. The vibe and clientele are every bit as fun, diverse, and stylish as the chef himself.

See the Globetrotter’s Guide to World Hot Spots.

Courtesy of Red Rooster
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