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77 Worth St (btwn Broadway & Church St)
New York, NY 10013
United States
(map) (212) 226-1444
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Lightner continues to dazzle with a dozen or so main courses on a set tasting menu... He prioritizes flavor over flair without sacrificing either, sourcing basic and familiar tastes from nature
Silvia Killingsworth
The New Yorker

* Critic Reviews

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    Atera is a Four Star Restaurant for 2014

    Eater

    93
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    Allergies are forgiven, squeamishness is not: “Atera does not accommodate aversions,” the chef warns.

    Bloomberg
    91
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    With many of the snacks, an urge to show off trumps a desire to please. That urge leads to a silly guessing game, in which one of the extremely polite and rather earnest servers challenges you to name the main ingredient in one dish.

    New York Times
    90
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    Lightner continues to dazzle with a dozen or so main courses on a set tasting menu... He prioritizes flavor over flair without sacrificing either, sourcing basic and familiar tastes from nature

    The New Yorker
    88
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    Like lots of artsy, cutting-edge cooks, however, Lightner isn’t necessarily concerned with making his food delicious in the standard, accessible ways. He wants to stimulate, to educate, and to entertain, and in terms of range, technique, and quirky inventiveness, he does as good a job of this as any chef in New York ...

    New York Magazine
    88