craftsteak, jean georges, gotham bar and grill, wallse and blue hill, which one would you pick? I'm at a loss, don't think I can go wrong with any of them....but thought I'd throw it out there. Thanks!
Is Wallse good? It's definitely a place I want to try, but I don't hear that much about it.
Two of my foodie friends just went and they rave about it!
Wallse is good but IMO it is not the same league as the others that you listed. I will go there for a casual meal, not for a celebration or such.
I very much like Wallse, though have not been since a number of staff departures, so it's good to read that all is well. I agree though that it is less of a "special occasion" place than the others.
Nice little piece about Wallse in the NYT dining section -
I will go with Jean George as 1st pick, followed by Blue Hill.
Agree with john that if it is Blue Hill at Stone Barns then Blue Hill instead
I can tell you Jean Georges is much much better than craftsteak and quite a bit better than gotham.
Take it for what it's worth, but I ate at Gotham a while back and the only thing memorable about the food was the presentation.
Blue Hill is the whole shebang as far as I'm concerned: comforting food, warm ambience and great location.
I absolutely agree with Blue Hill.
Jean George is amazing, and really intimate, but more of a "commercial" feel in my opinion. But still amazing.
Definitely not Craftsteak.
Jean Georges in less it was Blue Hill Stone Barns in which case I would pick the latter.
nope...was talking about the blue hill here.....
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