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Planning Ahead for a Trip in March

djquinnc | Nov 10, 201301:44 PM

I am planning my annual trip to NYC for March 2014. Thinking about some dining experiences a bit early and I would love to get some feedback on my thoughts as listed below. Suggestions that divert signficanly away from my list are most welcomed as well - thanks!

• Annisa (Been twice for dinner already, but I would gladly return anytime)
• Aska (Sounds intriguing, but I just got back from dining at Noma – for lack of a better word, it was one of the “weirdest” meals of my life. It was an amazing experience, but the meal itself felt like a series of science experiments…which it was. Hoping another “New Nordic” meal might be a bit different.)
• Atera (King of similar sentiments as stated above)
• Blanca
• Blue Hill (I think I would rather try Barber’s food in the city rather than schlep out to the farm. I could be wrong.)
• Bouley (I would like to go there for lunch specifically)
• Carbone (Wondering if it really lives up to the hype, or if it is just very good American Italian food at a high price point)
• Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare (Been once, and I would gladly push redial all morning again for the experience. One of the best meals of my life)
• Gramercy Tavern
• Jean Georges (Specifically for lunch)
• Jewel Bako
• Jungsik (Been once for dinner, and I would love to go back and try different dishes.)
• Kajitsu
• Marc Forgione
• Momofuku Ko (Been twice for dinner. Would gladly do that again, but I am more interested in having the lunch experience)
• NoMad (I went to EMP once for lunch back when the grid still existed. I would like to try more of Humm’s food without having to commit to the rather intimidating tasting menu currently at EMP)
• Sushi of Gari
• Torrisi Italian Specialties

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