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1. STK - NYC - Midtown
1499 reviews
Steakhouse | Midtown West, Manhattan

Excellent service in a beautiful, cool space..our dinners and appetizers were superb..lobster mac and cheese a must along with truffle fries. Our steaks and rack of lamb were cooked to perfection. Can't wait to come back again!! More

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2. Ethos - Gallery
956 reviews
Greek | Midtown East, Manhattan

Great service, enthused and helpful waiter. More

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3. American Cut
381 reviews
Steakhouse | TriBeCa - Downtown, Manhattan

Great for a large group of friends. Our group sat in a large room in the back which was great for our party. Excellent steak and sides. More

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4. Beauty & Essex- New York
3008 reviews
Tapas / Small Plates | Lower East Side, Manhattan

Food was great. Music was also good. It's a good vibe. More

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5. STK - NYC - Meatpacking
788 reviews
Steakhouse | Meatpacking District, Manhattan

We came here as it was our first anniversary and we wanted somewhere special. My husband had mentioned when we he booked that it was our anniversary and asked if they would have champagne waiting for us- they did that and didn't charge us. They also gave us one of the nicest tables in the resturant and made us feel special. The food was also really good. One of the nicest steaks I have ever had and the sides were delicious and far too large! As it was a special occasion they also gave us desert on the house. The service from all the staff was excellent. Would love to go back More

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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Manhattan's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
1. Sushi Nakazawa - Sushi Bar
212 reviews
Sushi | Greenwich Village, Manhattan

My family recently went on a trip to Sushi Nakazawa as part of a Christmas present and told me that it was not to be missed. Traveling from Seattle where we have a lot of great sushi bars - including some restaurants by another Jiro apprentice - I knew I didn't want to miss the opportunity. I recommend sitting at the sushi bar where you can watch the masters at work and be served directly by Nakazawa himself. While I was expecting high quality sushi, what I wasn't expecting was the subtle but incredible service. We didn't interact often with our servers, but when we did they were very informative exchanges on sake as well as specific ingredients in our fish. We were given small towels to wipe our fingers and upon noticing that my friend was left handed, a server quietly moved the towel to the other side of his plate. I don't eat sushi that often anymore. As an environmentalist, because of the state of our oceans, and as a foodie, because I'm a bit bored of 10-ingredient rolls that disguise the flavors of fish rather than enhance them. It makes more sense than ever to me now to spend money going to a place like this on a special occasion. It's not cheap, but it's worth it! The fish here is all served as nigiri with different pairings like shiso leaf, Japanese plum, different sauces carefully selected for each fish. Great quality, delicate flavors and textures, not for people who are picky about their raw fish! More

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2. Atera
296 reviews
Contemporary American | TriBeCa - Downtown, Manhattan

Absolutely spectacular!! The food was art on a plate but a good balance of flavours. The menu was also well balanced, so as not to leave feeling over-full. The temperance menu was a standout - very creative & quite exciting!!!! Highly highly recommend.... By the way, the maitre d' is a hoot! Nice to be in a fine dining restaurant where the music is well put together by a DJ & can be thoroughly enjoyed!! More

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3. Per Se
1236 reviews
American | Columbus Circle, Manhattan

amazing food and a very amazing service. I will definitely go back for the new menu! More

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4. Daniel
3984 reviews
French | Upper East Side, Manhattan

We cannot go to New York without dining at Daniels. It has become a tradition tied in to our anniversary. We always enjoy the food and the great service More

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5. The Modern - Dining Room
3009 reviews
Contemporary American | Midtown West, Manhattan

Excellent setting and service, picture-like food presentation. Worth the price, and it is no-tipping restaurant. Highly recommend. More

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New to OpenTable

Manhattan restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
1. Union Fare
Contemporary American | Union Square, Manhattan

Union Fare is a full service restaurant with a contemporary marketplace and two iconic bars. Spanning a full city block, Union Fare is centrally located in a Historic Landmark in the heart of Union Square, NYC. We are community driven and strive to make things better one plate at a time. More

2. Schilling
Austrian | TriBeCa - Downtown, Manhattan

Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder's newest restaurant, Schilling, is located in NYC's Financial District. With a name that nods to the surrounding neighborhood and the former Austrian currency, Schilling will offer a day-to-night bistro that features chef Frauneder's contemporary take on Austrian classics, this time with a Mediterranean touch. More

3. Eastfield's
Contemporary American | Upper East Side, Manhattan

New American on the Upper East Side. More

4. Junoon Patiala Room
Indian | Gramercy / Flatiron, Manhattan

The Patiala Room is a vibrant modern space in the front of the restaurant featuring the Patiala Bar, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking 24th Street. Whether you’re looking for a great new lunch spot, a quick bite after work or dining in an elegant casual atmosphere, the Patiala Room is the perfect venue for an introduction to what Junoon‘s cuisine is all about.More

5. Spring Natural Kitchen - UWS
American | Upper West Side, Manhattan

Spring Natural Kitchen is the sister restaurant to SoHo institution Spring Street Natural founded in 1973. The philosophy of both our restaurants from the beginning were to serve good, wholesome, unprocessed cooking from scratch, everything homemade from all-natural ingredients. That philosophy has been our inspiration for the last 39 years and just so happens to be all the rage today.

In that great American tradition we take favorites from cuisines from around the world and make them our own. All our preparations are bound by one unyielding philosophy - to serve healthy, carefully sourced and delicious food.

Reminiscent of our food, Spring Natural's space brings together the familiar and the time-honored with a fresh, new, modern sense.