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The chefs fondness for wild food is reflected in both the menu and the restaurants dcor. When asked about the vertical herb garden growing in the dining room, a server once replied, Its alive.
The New Yorker
Matthew Lightner's long-awaited seventeen-seat space has opened in Tribeca. Stay tuned to see if New York embraces this $150 ten-course tasting menu.
Two Michelin stars.
La Dolce Vita
Atera is one of the few restaurants in NYC to offer tableside matcha service (done in customized matcha bowls). The service is an intricate preparation, make sure to give it a try.
Your ~25 course meal will have you eating ramen for the next week, but cutting into what looks like a lump of coal to find its a beautiful slow roasted beet will make the price more palatable.
Undeniably my best meal ever
Atera's 20-course tasting menu is an epic feast, offering four hours of pure culinary ingenuity. Make sure to stop by the lounge before or after the meal, as the beverage selections are also superb.
Best dinner (even for vegetarians) and truly impeccable service. Might as well have proposed to my gf.
Charcoaled Tempura Leeks With Strained Buttermilk (Vegetarian Tasting Menu)
A must visit for the ultimate gastronaut and even the regular person who appreciates food! Molecular gastronomy at its best!
reasonably priced wine, good soundtrack, not stuffy like other restaurants of its caliber. you can wear jeans and leave the blazer at home.
Atera, Spring 2014 - 60 Second Tasting Menu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueioM8TrBR8
Save room for the petit fours, which are just as inventive as the previous 22 courses you've eaten. Green Guide Editor
Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
28 courses of pure delight
Phenomenal!! Culinary Genius: presentation, flavor profile, cycle of service, & ingredients. Highly trained, educated & approachable staff, unpretentious, pristine & elegant. Bring your appetite.!
Phenomenal. Only a lil molecular gastronomy. It's mostly trickery, like a "cracked egg." Interior is sleek...a real speakeasy. May seem fancy but music & staff are relaxed. Wine pairing IS worth it.
NYC Foodie Blog: 10 course tasting menu for $150, The place settings, decor, and dishes themselves, all take on an "earthy" quality. Thought of as a unique dining experience
Awarded two stars () in the 2015 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants.
Superb amazed of tasting menu
One of the most memorable experiences. Beautiful decor, absolutely amazing innovative dishes. Slight Japanese touch.