Unique Food Experience in NYC
A few months back i asked you all for a some special restaurants to take my son (and since my wife) - you provided the following (for those that did not see the post):
WD 50 - LOVED IT!
Brooklyn Fare - Still trying to get in.
Kajitsu - Still trying to get in.
Danji - going in 2 weeks (does not take reservations)
Jungsik - LOVED IT!!
Red Farm - Going in July
Dans Le Noir - Need to find the right person to go to this with.
Kids are away this summer and wanted to see if anyone could add to this list ... I promise to provide reviews after the meals.
would you be interested in checking out a supper club?
City Grit, StudioFeast and A Razor A Shiny Knife are pretty fun.
not sure if this is of interest, but there's always the over-the-top, Russian all you can eat, vodka-soaked experience of eating while watching while watching acrobats perform amid fog and lasers at Tatiana in Brighton Beach .
how about the Modern in the Moma?
Battersby in Carroll Gardens in awesome. They also offer a chef's tasting if you book ahead.
are you also into hole-in-the-wall, street food, ethnic?
i think getting caribbean food in crown heights, east flatbush or jamaica queens is quite unique (unless of course you spend a lot of time in the islands or the caribbean parts of Toronto or the UK). whenever i know i'm going to leave nyc for an extended period of time i try to fill up on roti and doubles, which are so amazingly delicious - the outer boroughs board has lots of threads on this topic.
staten island has the largest sri lankan population in the tri-state area. there are so many great dishes from that little island country. if you can't make it out there Sigiri in the East Village is pretty legit.