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Incredibly, Jônt, Chef Ryan Ratino's Chef's Counter on top of Bresca, received 2 Michelin Stars less than one year after opening. As of today (May 26), it's completely booked until Jun 24. A 14-course tasting menu is $225 ($345 including supplements), with beverage pairings available for $155. With tax and tip, the full experience here is $1,300 for two! The wines by the glass and bottle are very well-chosen for such a new restaurant, but so, so expensive with no obvious entry point (other than the wrist-slitting choice of their outstanding-looking non-alcoholic beverages).
Introducing Roberto's 4 Challenge your palate with 12 or more of Chef's imaginative samplings "Roberto's 4" are four coveted seats at Al Dente Restaurant next to Chef Roberto Donna. He will create a 12+ course tasting menu for those with adventurous spirits in food and drink. It will be offered for $85 with a $45 Wine Pairing. This menu will be available to four guests on evenings designated by Chef, beginning February 20, 2013. There will be one seating at 7:00PM Reservation requests can be made through
The Elm has been open a few months, and the reviews have been mostly ecstatic. Brilliant, modern French food, at incomparable prices. Liebrandt, NYC's enfant terrible, certainly knows his way around a kitchen. He owns Michelin and NY Times' stars, and was the chef at Corton for 5 years and prior to that was at Gilt, also earning accolades. I liked my first visit, where I was sharing and passing plates with 3 other diners. But I really like my second visit, with just my wife; I got to eat more of the things I really wanted to. Go - ASAP - who knows how long he'll be in the kitchen here