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155 W 51st St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
United States
(map) (212) 554-1515
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but for a lot of New Yorkers, a meal at Le Bernardin doesn't fall within even their "special occasion" dinner budget; it looks more like their monthly rent.
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  • "
    Like the old Le Bernardin, the new one tends to feel more like a business club at lunchtime, when the corporate suits flood in, and no matter what time of day you drop by, the curb outside is lined with an impressive array of gently idling fat-cat limousines.

    New York Magazine
    89
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    Mr. Ripert has been stocking up on ingredients from Asia for years now, but somehow he makes the whole enterprise feel new.

    New York Times
    87
  • "
    The perfect synthesis of food and style was a long time coming at this Manhattan temple to exquisitely sensuous French seafood.

    Bloomberg
    88
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    but for a lot of New Yorkers, a meal at Le Bernardin doesn't fall within even their "special occasion" dinner budget; it looks more like their monthly rent.

    Serious eats
    88
  • "
    Beverage consultant Greg Seider’s cocktails, meanwhile, are alone worthy of a special trip: The baroque creations include a Pisco Gaudi ($16)—a lush drink made with the Peruvian brandy, a smoked paprika and saffron tincture, and egg whites.

    Time Out
    83