We are only four days away from one of the most insightful contemporary interior design events in the USA! ICFF promises to reveal the newest design trends and the finest exhibitors worldwide at the Javits Center, from the 19th to the 22nd of May. As usual, Covet House wants you to have an unforgettable stay so keep your eyes peeled and discover the best restaurants and hotels in town with this article. Have a good one!
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© Le Bernardin
Open since 1986, Le Bernardin is one of the finest examples of French cuisine in New York. The restaurant took a redesign in 2011 and, since then, it took off to a whole new level of sophistication. It holds several records in the city and some say that eating there is an experience you’ll never forget.
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Per Se is Thomas Keller’s magnum opus. Featuring an intimate environment with spectacular views from Central Park, Per Se has 3 Michelin stars and it keeps on making people across the world falling in love with it. You can expect the finest quality ingredients and a wonderful service – it’s like you’re at home but slightly better.
Eleven Madison Park
Eleven Madison Park is located right in the heart of the city center. It sits at the base of a historic Art Deco building, offering an eight to ten-course menu. The food is delicious, the wine list is impressive and the environment itself will make you want to come back over and over again.
Fine dining has a whole new meaning here. Jean-Georges opened in 1997 to critical acclaim, founded by the mythical Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The dishes served are a blend of French, American and Asian. With 2 Michelin stars, this restaurant is a mandatory stop if you’re attending ICFF.
Embodying the true spirit of New York’s lifestyle, the Ritz-Carlton in Central Park offers the charm of a sophisticated private home in the heart of the city. With marvelous rooms and suites, 5-star amenities, a La Prairie Spa, Club Lounge and four dining options, enliven the senses with a personalized hotel experience like you’ve never imagined before.
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Located in Midtown across from Carnegie Hall and a block from Central Park, Park Hyatt opened in 2014 and has been a hospitality landmark through the years. Its gorgeous rooms were designed by Yabu Pushelberg and its distinctive ribbon facade architecture was envisioned by Christian doe Portzamparc. Do you really need more reasons?
The Mandarin Oriental offers the ultimate in service, comfort and style – and that’s probably all you need. Enjoy the glittering Manhattan skyline, a sensory experience at the Asiate with its modern American cuisine or the impeccably designed rooms that offer an unbeatable blend of luxury and refinement. Truly stunning.
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A few steps from Central Park and Madison Avenue, the Four Seasons New York is a hymn to luxury and that means breathtaking city views, a fine dining restaurant and a sensational modern-deco atmosphere. Designed by I. M. Pei, the Four Seasons New York is described as one of the best hotels in the world.
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