Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Flatiron & NoMad
The neighborhood is home to hundreds of eateries, including Michelin-starred restaurants. Restaurants are awarded a Michelin Star for excellent cooking based on five criteria points, from the quality of ingredients to the consistency of overall menus. Explore exceptional dining options across a variety of cuisines for your next lunch or dinner.
Atomix, 104 East 30th Street, Reservations, @atomixnyc
From the creators of Atoboy, husband and wife team, Chef Junghyun and Manager Ellia Park, opened Atomix. Guests can enjoy a 10-course innovative tasting menu at the Chef’s Counter inspired by Korean traditions and technique. Additionally, Atomix offers a Bar-Only Tasting Experience at their upstairs cocktail bar.
COTE Korean Steakhouse, 16 West 22nd Street, (212)-401-7986, Reservations, @cote_nyc
Led by Owner, Simon Kim, and Executive Chef, David Shim, COTE pairs elements of an American steakhouse and Korean BBQ, serving a menu of premium dry aged in-house steaks, classic Korean specialties, well-mixed cocktails, and an extensive wine selection.
Eleven Madison Park, 11 Madison Avenue, (212)-889-0905, Reservations, @elevenmadisonpark
Chef Daniel Humm has owned the upscale contemporary American restaurant, Eleven Madison Park, for over a decade, transforming its menu and design. Now offering completely plant-based dishes, guests can experience seasonal tasting menus featuring 8-10 courses. Each dinner purchased goes towards providing meals to New Yorkers who are facing food insecurity.
Gramercy Tavern, 42 East 20th Street, (212)-477-0777, Reservations, @gramercytavern
Since 1994, New American restaurant, Gramercy Tavern, has been serving seasonal American cuisine from Chef Michael Anthony. Guests can dine in the Main Dining Room, offering a prix-fixe menu for dinner and a 3-course Greenmarket Lunch, or in the Tavern with an a la carte menu available for walk-ins.
Jua, 36 East 22nd Street, (646)-590-1598, Reservations, @jua.nyc
Jua, a wood-fired Korean restaurant by Chef Hoyoung Kim offers a one-of-a-kind 7-course tasting menu. Formerly of Jungsik in Tribeca for eight years, Chef Kim uses a variety of specialized wood-firing techniques to create a unique take on Korean cuisine.
Noda, 37 West 20th Street, (212)-481-2432, Reservations, @noda.nyc
Noda’s eight-seat semicircular counter offers a reimagined, personal omakase experience by Chef Shigeyuki Tsunoda, who is classically trained in edomae. Guests can enjoy a 20-course seasonal tasting menu as well as a curated beverage program featuring wine, sake, and cocktails.
Odo, 17 West 20th Street, Reservations, @odo.nyc
Japanese restaurant, Odo, is a kaiseki speakeasy from Chef Hiroki Odo, who also operates the all-day eatery, HALL. The 14-seat Chef’s counter offers tasting menus available for lunch or dinner, featuring the season’s finest ingredients.
Rezdôra, 27 East 20th Street, (646)-692-9090, Reservations, @rezdoranyc
Following several years of training in Emilia-Romagna, Chef Stefano Secchi of Rezdôra celebrates the Northern Italian region’s cuisine. Enjoy house-made pastas, including a regional pasta tasting menu, as well as traditionally prepared main dishes and wines.
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