New York City is always a fascinating place to visit and eat to your heart's content. Dining options abound but foodies in the know will want to check out the restaurants that made it onto Bloomberg's list of the best new eateries in 2013.
Bloomberg's list of New York City's Best New Restaurants of 2013 was compiled by restaurant critic Ryan Sutton, who selected Carbone as the best new place to dine. Run by chef Mario Carbone, the one Michelin-starred restaurant offers pricey Italian-American fare like $54 veal parmigiana and $26 spicy vodka rigatoni.
Second on the list is Paul Liebrnadt'sThe Elm, which serves what Sutton calls "fancy, fussy food you want to eat (and can afford to eat) every day." The third spot is a tie between New York Sushi Ko and Sushi Nakazawa, with the latter being the more expensive of the two.
It's interesting to note that Sutton's list includes Nordic restaurant Aska, Wylie Dufresne's much-anticipated Alder and a tie between The Marrow and Lafayette for the 10th spot.
In his article, Sutton also gives a big shout out to Cronut inventor Dominique Ansel for being one of the ''best ambassadors for New York’s culinary scene, period." Had the bakery opened this year (instead of 2011) it'd definitely be on his list.
Without further ado, here are Sutton's picks for New York City's Best New Restaurants of 2013:
2. The Elm
3. New York Sushi Ko & Sushi Nakazawa (tied)
8. ZZ's Clam Bar
10. The Marrow & Lafayette
11. Pearl & Ash
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