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Eleven Madison Park

art gastronomy by Daniel Humm

Eleven Madison Park

11 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10010
+1 212-889-0905
Mon-Wed 17:30–22:00
Thur-Sat 12:00–13:00, 17:30–22:00
Sun 17:30–22:00
Cost: $225

We couldn't skip over Eleven Madison Park, one of the "50 best restaurants in the world" and the recipient of three Michelin stars. Everybody should come here at least once to appreciate that gastronomy is an art form.

Eleven Madison Park is the brainchild of restauranteur Danny Meyer, whose credits include the prestigious Gramercy Tavern. It was acquired in 2011 by acclaimed chef Daniel Humm and restauranteur Will Guidara, owner of the NoMad Restaurant (in the eponymous hotel), and from that moment the awards started to pile up. "Expensive and prestigious" sums up Eleven Madison Park, from the art deco interior to the presentation to the bill (minimum $200 per person for dinner). The lunch menu – which also consists of several courses – is slightly less expensive.

Manhattan's power players and business elite come here for unparalleled service and exquisite food. In addition to the main hall, there's also a second story with a view of Madison Square Park.

We recommend: The multi-course tasting menu is a culinary tour de force from chef Daniel Humm.

Cuisine: new/contemporary American.

Atmosphere: respectable.

The crowd: Manhattan circles, local elites, gourmands.

Key info: You must reserve a table in advance. The wine list will impress even the most spoiled gourmand.

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