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Premium Dinner Spots in New York City

1. Lure Fishbar, New York City

Lure Fishbar

Seafood restaurant offering fresh-caught fare and a raw bar, with rotating oysters and sushi program. Boasts a stylish, yacht-like interior. For those without a taste for fish, Lure's brunch menu has a plethora of fish-free options.

2. Bacan, New York City

Bacan Octopus

Good spot for natural wines 🍷. Go for a meal and some drinks or just a coffee and some sweets.

3. Niche Niche, New York City

Niche Niche Dinner Pairing

One night residency wine and dinner party where hosts curate different pairings for guests. Four courses paired with four wines. Try to get to the jazz club downstairs after your seating. You must book in advance for a seat.

4. Le Crocodile, New York City

Le Crocodile - Food

Laidback French brasserie located at the Wythe Hotel. The protocol here is weekday dinners and weekend brunches. The roast chicken is a menu standout, but it's hard to choose wrong. Make sure to visit with space for three courses.

5. American Bar, New York City

American Bar Table

An ode to America's culinary classics, with added takes on Continental cuisine. Designed as a vision of old-world European clubs. Weekends here are a scene - dine during the day, and socialize over drinks come the evening.

6. Boucherie, New York City

Boucherie Food

French restaurant meets steakhouse. A vibe reminiscent of that in Paris. Has become one of the most popular, and well respected, French restaurants in New York. Has a handful of new locations throughout the city.

7. Au Cheval, New York City

Au Cheval Bar

Taking after its sister venue in Chicago, Au Cheval offers up some of the best burgers in New York City. The menu is filled with quality American meals. Pair any of the with a root beer float - it's a trusted pairing.

8. Shalom Japan, New York City

Matzoh Ball Ramen

Small low-key space serving creative Japanese Jewish fusion. It's small and unpretentious but the details are exquisite. On the pricier side but service and food are well worth it. Try the matzoh ball ramen and wagyu pastrami sandwich.

9. Win Son, New York City

Win Son

Casual Taiwanese- American buns, noodles, and salads in East Williamsburg. Dinner and brunch. Avoid long waits and make a reservation.