Bouley and La Grenouille have been on my list for ages, but we have never made it to either. I have a reservation at Jungsik for now, and also one at Blue Hill (we have only eaten at Stone Barns, but loved it). The twist is that I am a vegetarian, and while I think each of these is a solid choice for non-vegetarians, I don't want to be relegated to the second (or third) tier dishes. I love that La Grenouille has a vegetarian menu, but I don't know how those offerings compare to their main menu. I think their current main offering for vegetarians is mushroom risotto, which makes me nervous because I have never actually been impressed with a restaurant risotto. The souffle at La Grenouille is always nearly enough to sway me in that direction. Nearly. Same for Picholine - I appreciate that they have a separate menu on offer, but I don't know how strong it is in execution. I can say their vegetarian menu sounds delicious. I am waiting to hear back from Jungsik on whether they can accommodate me, and I know Bouley will. My husband, by the way, eats anything. We have two children and do not get out much anymore, so we really try to make it count! Our last meal out was in early August at Pok Pok (we live nearby), and I think Lincoln before that around April. In the past, we have really loved Daniel, EMP (pre-menu change -- haven't been back yet since) and Per Se. We also loved Stone Barns. I was a little disappointed in Jean Georges and neither loved Babbo (some great dishes, more than one severely oversalted on the pasta tasting). I'm still a bit tired from the new-ish baby and can't think of others to give a sense of what we enjoy. Thanks tremendously in advance for any thoughts.