The NY Lifes’ Top Picks for Fall Foodies

All descriptions courtesy of each restaurant’s website

Manhatta | 28 Liberty St, New York, NY 10005

Manhatta is a new restaurant from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, combining sky-high views with the down-to-earth spirit of a neighborhood spot. Chef Jason Pfeifer cooks seasonal and soulful food inspired by French flavors, complemented by a wine menu deep in Burgundy. Perched sixty stories above Lower Manhattan, Manhatta offers stunning views of New York City, its bridges, and waterways.

Atomix | 104 East 30th Street, Manhattan, NY 10016

Ato, stemming from the ancient Korean word for ‘gift,’ is the innovative Korean cuisine that Chef and wife team – Junghyun and Ellia Park, hope to deliver to the world using New York City as their stage. Atomix, a follow-up project to their well-loved firstborn Atoboy, is a place where guests can really dive deep into Chef Junghyun’s cuisine through a multi-course tasting menu featuring modern and traditional techniques that best highlight the new Korean cuisine.

Momofuku Ko | 8 Extra Place, New York, NY 10003

At Ko we are guided by the Japanese kaiseki tradition as well as seasonality, the innovation of our mentors and peers, food memories, and the breadth of cuisine available in the melting pot of New York City. In our main dining room, we serve a multi-course tasting menu. Our bar offers a constantly evolving selection of a la carte dishes.

The Usual | 30 Kenmare St, New York, NY 10012

Chef Alvin Cailan behind LA hit Eggslut is set to officially open his casual Nolita restaurant the Usual tomorrow — serving a comfort food menu that pulls inspiration from a wide swathe of cuisines, from fried chicken of the American South to an octopus tinged with aspects of Mexican cuisine. (Courtesy of EaterNY)

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