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7 Beautiful Restaurants in NYC You Should Visit

Although a brunch at home on the couch smoothly turning into a dinner certainly has its advantages, such as the couch itself, watching Netflix, and sharing food with your beloved pet, sometimes even such a wonderful tradition can be broken. And we can help you with choosing where to go to enjoy good food in a pleasant environment. In this post, we’ve compiled a list of 7 beautiful restaurants in NYC that you should visit this year.

Here are 7 of The Most Beautiful Restaurants in NYC:

1. While We Were Young

183 W 10th St

Tenderness of velvet, cream on pink and blue – when you enter this restaurant, it looks like you are inside a cupcake. And the menu is a match to this decor: Tuna Tartare, Truffle Fries, or Crispy Brussel Sprouts. Whenever you want to pamper yourself and be transported into a world of elegance and fashion, this is the perfect place. Of course, only if you are really into pink!

Watch this video to get a glimpse:

2. Nerai

55 E 54th St

A trip to Greece for seafood is easily replaced by a trip to this restaurant. Greek cuisine is set in a simple yet eye-catching combination of white and black, with natural woods and subdued lighting.

Nothing should distract you from enjoying juicy Greek dishes: Cretan Meatballs, Grilled Octopus, or Short Rib Youvetsi.

Watch this video to get a look:

3. RH Rooftop Restaurant

9 9th Ave

This is the kingdom of crystal and glass infused with some green plants, designed for royal visits and classy dinners. Definitely among the fanciest and most beautiful restaurants in NYC.

Roast chicken, steak, grilled cheese, and burgers under a stylish chandelier could be quite an experience if you are up for it. And when you have a chance to feel like a member of a royal family, you do not miss it.

Watch this video to get a peek:

4. Legacy Records

517 W 38th St

Time travel is already real, and you just need to book a table at this place. Retro chic and eclecticism at their best – when exquisite design, as if carried over from the Bond films, successfully complements a fine menu. But the star of this restaurant is a mixologist who, as some people say, offers the best cocktails in town. Better to check it yourself!

Watch this video to see it:

5. La Mercerie

53 Howard St

Everything in this place is about good taste: classy color combinations, elegant decorations, and an incredible menu. A visit here will be a special celebration for your taste buds. In this place, the design was created specifically to whip up the appetite, even the intricate and well-crafted tableware seems to transport you to romantic France right here and now.

But the real test will be waiting for you when you open the menu because there are baked eggs with mushroom brioche, chestnut, and blood orange millefeuille and the special sandwich ‘Les Petites Sardines’. A delicacy…

Watch this clip to get a glimpse:

6. Moonrise Izakaya

774 Amsterdam Ave

Such a place, Japanese gastropub, definitely can not be missed! And it definitely deserves its place on the list of most beautiful restaurants in NYC. If you have already visited another Japanese gem we wrote about, this one may also be your cup of matcha tea. The very informal design of bright colors, cartoon characters, and the menu consisting of bold choices. Everything is done to ensure that visitors have as much fun as possible. No need to go all the way to Japan if you can enjoy Chanukkah Bao, Vegetable Gyoza, Yaki Udon right there.

Watch this clip to take a peek:

7. Chaiwali

274 Lenox Ave at, W 124th St

A restaurant of Indian cuisine with a design as rich as the taste of the dishes you can try here. While you are choosing between Corn Chili Salsa and Goa Shrimp Pao Roll (an impossible choice by the way), curious decor patterns amid a sea of ​​delicate flowers and a real jungle delight the eye. Pink, red, peach, golden – all these colors awaken the appetite, and here you can sate it properly.

Watch this clip to get a look:

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