What You Should Know:
Grant Achatz’ first venture in New York City comes with this beverage focused bar. There is an equally strong food component to the restaurant with innovative small plates that include bright and unusual flavors and textures.
What I Liked:
A5 Wagyu is served near rare with a bright, yuzu kosho mustard.
A spin on ramen has a flavorful mushroom broth and a traditional poached egg.
Crumbled milk chocolate supports a smooth, buttermilk sorbet with blueberries.
Is It Worth It:
The plates range from $11 to $29, but some consist of just one bite while others are not even shareable.