You waited weeks. You got a reservation at Le Bernardin, or Eleven Madison Park, or Minetta Tavern.
Earlier this month, City Harvest Inc. auctioned a dinner for 12 cooked by Eric Ripert that brought the charity $80,000.
New York has it all when it comes to food and drink. Here are 40 restaurants and bars, from the smart and sophisticated to late-night dives.
Thomas Keller’s Per Se is axiomatically the best choice for a New York client dinner because it is, after all, Per Se. On the other hand, it will set your company back $295 per person.
J. Michael Evans, vice chairman at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., who oversees the firm’s business in emerging markets, last night paid $22,000 for Eric Ripert to cook in his home.
Did you come to the Hamptons to eat at a New York City restaurant? Thank you, Almond and Bobby Van’s, Sant Ambroeus, Delmonico’s.
The era of corporate excess is over. Client dining is not.
During my three-hour, eight-course, $190 dinner at Le Bernardin, I didn’t feel the need to stand up once, not even to stretch.
Dressed in a pink linen shirt and long white shorts, Gary Cohn, president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., pointed out a painting up for auction.
Mighty Quinn’s, an East Village barbecue spot run by a former hedge funder, was named New York’s best new restaurant by the Zagat survey today.