Cuisine editors are often flooded with this single question more than any other – Where should I go next to eat? New Yorkers are obsessed with dining and are always more than eager to know about the hottest culinary trends. In the city overrun with culinary sights, if you’re someone wondering what’s new and what’s going to be the next big thing, you’re at the right place. This blog post seeks to guide you to New York City’s finest New restaurants.
And when I say best, I mean it, totally. This is because I’ve personally tried each of the restaurants that I’ll be writing about. If you’re keen on trying on something new, scroll down.
Baar Baar is all set to make Indian food sexy. Chef Sujan Sarkar’s latest initiative this modern Indian gastro bar is a dark, clubby restaurant located on the East Coast.
The Lobster Club
With a relaxed setting, this subterranean brasserie is theatre-like experience with a lit dining room. It serves a spectacular sushi though there are countless equally sumptuous delights like lobster dumplings, cream puffs and New York strip steak.
DaDong is a roast duck chain based in China. Located adjacent to the Bryant Park, this is their first location in all of the States. With several Michelin-starred locations, DaDong is known to serve one of the best variants of this classic Beijing dish, Roast Peking.
Brooklyn Cider House
Opened by siblings, it’s Brooklyn’s first cidery with an on-site restaurant and a bar. Located in Bushwick, Brooklyn Cider House opened after several months of delay and an online donation campaign. With a Basque-inspired menu, the restaurant serves 5 family-style courses with dishes like the dry-aged rib eye.
If you want to be served the finest of all fares, head to any of these restaurants in New York City. If you’re living outside of NYC, book bus tickets online with OurBus and experience unrivalled dining.