I love going to restaurant.
Since I’m in New York, I have been in many nice places. Here are some which I suggest for you.
Beauty and Essex
Located in the heart of the Lower East Side, between Stanton St & Rivington St, the Beauty and Essex, bar, & lounge is such an amazing place, cozy and fancy but really good. Sophisticated, this place has everything for people who are searching for a classy and fashion spot. Atmosphere convivial, modern music, beautiful people, the Beauty and Essex makes you feel good and important. Negative point: The delay. You need to book a table at least two weeks before. Overcrowded spot during the weekend.
Total : 70$ per person (without drinks).
Indochine is my favorite restaurant. Why? A 80s-era spot. This place is a timeless classic that combines stylish ambience, tropical decor, and exotic French-Vietnamese cuisine that is perfect for intimate dinners and private events. Book a table for Thursday night, it is the better day to go there. Taste the amazing crab cake for appetizer, then order the spicy chicken breast, and finish with the roasted banana.
Total : 50$/person (without drinks).
At Sant Ambroeus SoHo, people will enjoy a contemporary interpretation of traditional Milanese cuisine, as well as its hospitality in a chic and vibrant atmosphere. Don’t need reservation, but you can wait a long time. The best day to go? On Sunday for a brunch with friends. Each time I go to this spot I usually take Norwegian eggs benedict. There are awesome.
Total : 30$/person (without drinks)