DanAgudo
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  • Review Count
    4
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  • First Review
    April 3, 2014
  • Last Review
    July 22, 2014
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  • Average Rating
    4.5
 
 
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wd~50 offers fine dining in a casual atmosphere on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The restaurant is open for dinner seven nights a week from 6pm to 10pm, and offers two tasting menus: twelve courses for $155, and five courses for $90 featuring classic dishes from past menus. Bar diners can enjoy either tasting menu or select two courses from the menus (sweet or savory items) for $25; additional courses can be added for $15 per course. We no longer offer an a la carte menu. Wylie Dufresne, Sous Chef Sam Henderson and Pastry Chef Malcolm Livingston II serve modern American cuisine renowned for its flavor, sophistication, and innovation. The dining room seats 70 and the private dining room 14 people. wd~50 has a Michelin star and in March of 2008 was awarded three stars by Frank Bruni of the New York Times.<br /><br />
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Excellent gourmet dining
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 7/20/2014
 2006
Dined on 7/20/2014
 2006
Food 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Service 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
Ambiance 
3 / 5
(Good) 3 / 5
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"Were it not for a price of $155 per person--there is a $95 option for fewer dishes--plus $95 for a uniformly superb wine pairing, we expected almost perfection, and were a bit disappointed with a couple of the dishes. Overall, this was an exceptional adventure in the latest chemistry-style cooking. There were too many dishes to list them all and they're listed on their web site. I would only highlight that the Black Bass was possibly the best piece of fish I can recall eating, The service was gracious, helpful, well informed and non-intrusive. The decor, while minimal, is tasteful and non-distracting. Overall, a delightful experience that we would hope to repeat once they get settled in their new location, wherever that is, in the Fall."
Dined on 7/20/2014
 2006
Special Features: neighborhood gem, special occasion, notable wine list, fit for foodies
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<br />Bright, calming and airy, Granite Hill is the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s pinnacle eatery operated by acclaimed restaurateur Stephen Starr.<br /><br />Upscale, modern twists on traditional French fare make the cuisine at Granite Hill as memorable as the art. Here, you’ll find an approachable French bistro menu filled with seasonal appetizers, entrée salads, omelets, and the freshest fish, as well as specialty cocktails and wines.<br /><br />Join us for a meal and drink during your visit to Philadelphia’s most esteemed Museum! <br /><br />**PLEASE NOTE - we often have special menus which are buffet or "prix fixe" and will have special pricing. Please inquire with your host<br />
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 7/16/2014
 2006
Dined on 7/16/2014
 2006
Food 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
Service 
3 / 5
(Good) 3 / 5
Ambiance 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
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"Superb buffet. Few selections but healthy, delicious, and a balanced meal."
Dined on 7/16/2014
 2006
Special Features: great for lunch
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Bar Boulud is Chef Daniel Boulud’s bistro and wine bar located across from New York City's Lincoln Center. An exquisite array of housemade charcuterie complements sumptuous French cooking for both lunch and dinner. Bar Boulud offers a 3 course price fixe for lunch for $29 and dinner for $45. Outdoor dining is available on the terrace seasonally. Three private wine-themed dining rooms adjacent to the wine cellar are also available for private events. <br /><br />
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
STill fine
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 7/08/2014
 2006
Dined on 7/08/2014
 2006
Food 
3 / 5
(Good) 3 / 5
Service 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Ambiance 
3 / 5
(Good) 3 / 5
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Quiet
"We enjoy returning to this neat, quiet, clean super food--mostly, sometimes. The corn soup and Mussels were superb. The peeky-toe crab salad was disappointing this time: bland, and the hanger steak was merely OK, with a non-nondescript taste-less vegetable under the steak. The restaurant is superbly located for Lincoln Center and is a pleasant alternative to the other restaurants nearby, which are usually more crowded and noisy."
Dined on 7/08/2014
 2006
Special Features: great for lunch, great for outdoor dining, fit for foodies
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Chef Jean‑Georges introduces his latest venture, a casually elegant restaurant ensconced in the picturesque town of Pound Ridge, New York. Here, Jean‑Georges cultivates a truly seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England, whenever possible. Constructed in 1833 as a residence and serving later as an inn, the building has been painstakingly renovated to preserve as many of the original materials as possible, including four working fireplaces. Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the restaurant’s interior with a modern yet rustic sensibility; zinc and marble accent stone and reclaimed wood. The restaurant’s lighting, artfully conceived by Hervé Descottes, employs paper shades and Edison fixtures to create warmth throughout.<br /><br />Visit our website to learn more about The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges http://www.theinnatpoundridge.com/
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
Outstanding new restaurant in Pound
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OpenTable Diner Since
Dined on 04/01/2014
 2008
Dined on 04/01/2014
 2008
Food 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
Service 
5 / 5
(Outstanding) 5 / 5
Ambiance 
4 / 5
(Very Good) 4 / 5
Noise Level
Quiet
Quiet
"This is now our favorite CT restaurant, based on a first visit. Food was great, starting with a sensational fois gras terrine and crispy calamari--among the best of their kind in any restaurant. Scallops and Hake entrees were equally great. Desserts were fine, with the Sundae being an original combination of caramel ice cream, which I usually don't like, with crispy popcorn (caramelized), chocolate covered peanuts, and great fudge. The butterscotch pudding pleased my wife, but frankly I found it plain boring. The atmosphere from the old Inn we used to visit has been transformed into a lovely understated country inn, using natural and attractive wood and other unpretentious materials.Our area was quiet, but upstairs rather noisy."
Dined on 04/01/2014
 2008
Special Features: fit for foodies, neighborhood gem
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