NYC's Best New Restaurants for Spring

NYC's Best New Restaurants for Spring

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Once again, the crowded world of NYC dining is being shaken up by a bevy of new restaurants this spring. We're enlivened by this, however, as it is one of the strongest offerings to the culinary arts in the recent past.

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    New American staples like Pork Chop and a Rotisserie Chicken add to his signature small plate dishes, including French Fries with Bone Marrow Mayo which are bound to form loyalists in no time.
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    The Israeli cuisine shines at the West Village restaurant, with plates such as Dorade with Harissa and Kale, Turkey Shawarma, and Lamb Belly with Pickled Chickpeas hitting all the right notes.
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    The simple but well executed Bodega Guacamole is fresh and makes way for rich dishes like the open-faced Quasedilla Rustica, Crispy Pork Belly, Tostaditas, and Boiled Lobster.
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    The restaurant officially opened as Margaux this year, and much like hotelier Sean MacPherson's Bowery and Jane Hotels, it's become a go-to for the most culturally attuned diners.
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    Few restaurants have garnered the acclaim of the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare, where an intricate, painstakingly prepared tasting menu has catapulted the restaurants reputation to the highest tiers.
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    Tavern on the Green isn't exactly a new restaurant—it opened in 1934— but after closing down in 2009, excitement has been building for it's imminent revival.
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    Inexplicably, The Monarch Room partners Eric Marx and Lisle Richards weren't satisfied with one restaurant so they've also opened The Wayfarer in Midtown. After their recent opening party, the duo have proved to wield their same magic touch uptown.
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    The emphasis is fresh-market ingredients with an additional raw bar, as well as a bustling cocktail bar featuring a menu designed by Evelyn Drinkery's Christian Sanders.
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    The market-to-table menu features dishes like Beef Tartare, Sea Scallop Sashimi, and Montauk Pearl Oysters in addition to standout cocktails like the now-famous Kale Martini.
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    Conveniently located in the perennially-cool Standard hotel's East Village outpost, Narcissa has been getting rave reviews across the board by the likes of Grub Street, Time Out, and The New Yorker.
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    Nods to the Navy such as walls lined with military canvas are present throughout the small, 40-seat space, but look more refined than rugged. Naturally, seafood is the focus here, but it will also be open for breakfast with a coffee station.
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    Despite his fame as a television chef, Bobby Flay opened Gato as a proclamation that the elevated New York dining that brought him his success still burns bright within. It's his first new restaurant in NYC in 9 years, and it opened with a bang.
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