At TOWN Residential, we offer a custom, hands-on approach for our clients and as an extension of our hallmark best-in-class service, TOWN’s complimentary concierge membership, powered by New York’s premier lifestyle management firm Luxury Attaché, provides a personalized suite of services tailored to each client’s individual preferences. TOWN Attaché has looked back at 2015 to find the most coveted tables requested by our Representatives and clients.

1. Polo Bar
1 East 55th Street, off of 5th Avenue
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Inspired by Ralph Lauren’s personal favorites and his love for gathering around the table with family and friends, The Polo Bar offers a casual yet refined dining experience in the heart of NYC. 

2. Zuma New York
261 Madison Avenue between 38th & 39th Streets
The brainchild of award winning Rainer Becker, Zuma brings modern Japanese cuisine to Midtown, inspired by informal dining and designed to share. 

3. Santina
820 Washington Street
16281041425_7af2f84666_k__1_.0.0A coastal Italian restaurant that takes inspiration from its location in the Meatpacking District, where the city’s first farmer’s markets once stood.

4. Dirty French
180 Ludlow between East Houston and Stanton
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A New York bistro that takes culinary cues from the classic French bistro and utilizes modern techniques and bold flavors. 

5. ABC Kitchen
35 East 18th Street off of Broadway
A locally focused and globally artistic, farm-to-table restaurant that offers a seasonal menu. The atmosphere and design draw from ABC Home, honoring the preservation of the arts and global sustainability. 

6. La Esquina
114 Kenmare between Lafayette and Centre
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Enjoy market fresh Authentic Mexican food from three distinct spaces all within one location. Try the casual corneTaqueria, the hidden Brasserie downstairs, or enjoy the daytime café. 

7. Carbone
181 Thompson Street between West Houston and Bleecker Streets
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A Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick creation that takes inspiration from the Italian-American restaurants of the mid-20th century while taking culinary cues from the present and future. 

8. Sessanta
60 Thompson Street between Spring and Broome
mid-century, Southern Italian inspired restaurant that transports diners to the post-war heyday of Italian cuisine with avant-garde aesthetics and glamour. 

9. Bowery Meat Company
9 East 1st Street off of Bowery

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A meat-centric restaurant with a menu that is diverse and market driven.

10. ABC Cocina
38 East 19th Street off of Broadway
A Jean-George restaurant that looks to cultivate a healthy relationship on our table and for the planet while fusing local craft with international culture. 

11. Upland
345 Park Avenue South off of 26th Street
California-inspired cuisine that takes heavy cues from the seasons. Upland offers a vast selection of wines from a 500 bottle list that is remarkably food friendly. 

12. The Clocktower
5 Madison Avenue
The menu features seasonally inspired cuisine infused with hints of British sensibilities and a selection of dining possibilities including three intimate dining rooms, a billiards room and a lively bar. 

13. Tao Downtown
92 Ninth Avenue on the corner of 16th Street
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Pan Asian cuisine with an ambiance that offers a sense of arrival and discovery across a multi-level space. 

14. Gato
324 Lafayette between Bleecker and Houston
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Mediterranean cuisine and design, envisioned by Chef Bobby Flay.

15. Marta
29 East 29th Street in the Martha Washington Hotel
Fresh takes on classic pizza with specials focused on seasonal and local ingredients, defined by the centrally located open wood-burning ovens. 


Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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