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Chef Pierre Gagnier has three Michelin stars for his restaurant in Paris, and his lovely, 23rd-floor restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental is the only place in the United States where you can eat his classic, witty French fare. More than 300 gold globes float from the ceiling, making you feel as if you’re in a kind of postmodern Lawrence Welk dreamworld. And then there is the food: seasonal avant-garde French dishes that might include sea urchin mousseline with caviar, or a summer appetizer of mozzarella ice cream and zucchini.

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Twist by Pierre Gagnier, Mandarin Oriental

Chef Pierre Gagnier has three Michelin stars for his restaurant in Paris, and his lovely, 23rd-floor restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental is the only place in the United States where you can eat his classic, witty French fare. More than 300 gold globes float from the ceiling, making you feel as if you’re in a kind of postmodern Lawrence Welk dreamworld. And then there is the food: seasonal avant-garde French dishes that might include sea urchin mousseline with caviar, or a summer appetizer of mozzarella ice cream and zucchini.