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Atera honors the poetry of nature and creativity in pursuit of an immersive sensory dining experience. We offer a highly seasonal and continuously sensory 18 course experience. Please allow 2½ hours for you and your guests.
New York, NY 10013
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Atera offers reservations for dinner Tuesday-Saturday at 6:00pm and also at 9:30pm. The experience is approximately three hours.
Church & Broadway
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(212) 226-1444 ext. 1
Public parking is available at the corner of Worth Street and West Broadway, one block west of Atera.
We can be reached by train on the 1/2 to Franklin St., A/C to Chambers St., the 4/5/J/Z to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall, and the 6/N/Q/R to Canal St.
Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wine
Atera Ratings and Reviews
The tasting menu is an exceptional experience! Foodies, and others as well, will be absolutely delighted. Sitting at the counter and watching the kitchen team(!) is a delightful experience.
The music at times can be very eclectic and don't forget to bring your credit card....
We will be back!
As you walk into the restaurant your welcomed into the space with its beautiful decor and open kitchen.
The serving of dishes is like watching a beautifully choreographed symphony where each items hits a beautiful note.
Food was incredible
The chef and staff provide amazing dining experience. A+
Great Chef's Table Dining Experience
This was the perfect dinner, maybe the best we ever had. The food is simply perfect, service is exemplary, and the wine pairing as well as the temperance pairing are so well chosen! This will definitely be a restaurant to return to whenever we are in New York. The only thing I don't understand is why this gem of a restaurant has not yet received its third Michelin star.
Wonderful time at Atera. Menu was refreshing and incorporated seasonal flavours. A particular favourite is a Norwegian salmon with radish and ikura. A close second is the take on sweetbread with asparagus and umami packed mushroom jus. Atera was accommodating to a guest who had dietary restrictions. Service was attentive but not overbearing. The selection of teas (we had spring fortune from Taiwan) and the tea service was outstanding.
If I had to be picky, the music was a bit loud at times, other than that a very lovely evening out.
Excellent and solid 2-star dining. Several of the dishes were very well executed, the aebleskiver starter with beet, and the apple and shaved foie gras was accompaned by an excellent wine pairing, where the aroma was on point. Dry aged duck with Togni cabernet was also a very well executed wine pairing. All in all a very enjoyable dinner, and I can heartily recomment the higher-end wine pairing.
A must taste in nyc. The food the fusion the music the stealth ninja staff. Relaxed but everything taken care of to precision including what your phone sits on so you are ready to take photos of the delights the young chefs place in front of you. The wine list - the up most to die for - such a selection let Evan decide for you. But bring deep pockets - worth every thousand dollars. We go every season cause the menu changes. Mike and Matt are supurb. Thank you for such a treat!
Incredible. I have dined at La Bernadine, Jean Georges, Masa, and several Michelin 1 or 2 star restaurants like Aquavit, Bouley, etc., but Atera, to be honest, wins out among these restaurants. I don't really understand why it has only 2 stars; from my view, it should definitely be a seven-star restaurant (Michelin 3 ⭐️ and NY Times 4 ⭐️). I have also dined at Alinea in Chicago, which is so-called best restaurant in the U.S., but I think Atera is the best molecular gastronomy restaurant.
Truly wonderful experience! The temperance pairing is definitely worthwhile, it is very thought out, creative and interesting. One of the best tasting menus. A lot of very creative bites/courses. The citrus dessert was exceptional as were many of the savory courses. Wonderful environment, and service.
The tasting menu is outstanding. The only dish that didn't blow my mind was the quail eggs with cream cheese, kind of boring, but everything g else was just incredible. Everything is assembled in from of you, the service is impeccable, the wine list excellent (I went with an amazing 2007 Cedric Bouchard Blanc de Blancs and then went for a glass of an ok Napa Cab and a glass of outstanding Sauternes). About 16 courses, create a fantastic journey of perfectly assembled flavors, textures and tenperatures that must together amazingly. Much more interesting and vibrant cusine than the various Per Se and Le Bernardin. I venture to say, except for the view it's worth a third star, I compare it to Meadowhood in Napa. All in all one of the best tasting menus in the city. I hope they will keep it up.
As an Australian on holidays we wanted a special meal to remember, after doing our research Atera did not disappoint . The four of us were seated on the only table in the restaurant which was perfect . From the moment we entered the restaurant until the time we left our experience was outstanding.There was not one thing that we could fault. Each course was explained in detail as well as the accompanying wine . The "icing on the cake" was that the chef was a Melbourne boy.
We would recommend Atera for foodies and wine lovers who like to indulge in something special.
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