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This Alphabet City French restaurant, which was named the best restaurant of 2017 by Zagat, will offer a $125 per person seven-course tasting menu, starting at 9 p.m., featuring truffles, caviar, venison, elk and, of course, Champagne. You can add on a beverage pairing for $65.
Spend your night at Zagat’s “Best New Restaurant” — Executive Chef Roxanne Spruance’s is celebrating 2017 in style! Beginning at 9 pm, enjoy Chef Roxanne’s Seven-Course Tasting Menu ($125 per person, optional $65 beverage pairing) featuring specialty items such as truffles, caviar, venison and elk and a champagne toast.
Head over to the East Village for a bowl of curry soup like no other. Kingsley on Avenue B is serving up a deeply flavorful soup filled with M.D.I. mussels, turmeric, and green apple. Add a side of brussels sprouts with miso butter to round out this savory meal.
Also significant this year are a few newcomers that did not waste time rising to the top in their categories: Kingsley held the No. 1 spot for American restaurants, Indian Accent for Indian, and Llama Inn for South American.
Top newcomer and American: Kingsley
This newcomer with a charming backyard garden in the East Village snagged both top newcomer and top American restaurant with a 4.8 food score. Order à la carte or opt for this nine-course tasting menu ($125 per person).
Looking for an upscale brunch to impress both your sight and taste senses? Kingsley has some beautifully plated dishes. Oh, and did I mention they have a make-your-own Bloody Mary bar (or Bloody Maria’s for my fellow tequila lovers!)? Intrigued yet? You should be…
In honor of the recent death of French fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, Kingsley, a French-American restaurant in the East Village, is serving a cocktail named the Sonia for $13; it’s made with cocoa liqueur, ginger liqueur, lemon and Champagne.