- Agoston Haraszthy born (1812)
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This elegant seafood restaurant, headed by chef Eric Ripert, has topped many “best of” lists and has several accolades under its belt, including repeat four-star reviews from The New York Times (the first of them written only a few months of its opening), perfect food ratings in the Zagat guide from 2011 to 2013, and more James Beard Awards than any other restaurant in New York City. Ripert is an artist working with impeccable raw materials. The four-course, $140 prix fixe dinner features a list of delicacies from the sea, ranging from “almost raw” first courses to “lightly cooked” mains to (if you insist) “upon request” dishes like duck, lamb, and filet mignon. Eat in Le Bernardin newly revamped modern dining room against a backdrop of painted waves and enjoy dishes like layers of thinly pounded yellowfin tuna, foie gras, and toasted baguette with chives and olive oil; warm king fish sashimi with caviar in a light marinière broth; and baked snapper with charred green tomatoes and Baja-style shrimp sauce.
— Arthur Bovino, 101 Best Restaurants, April 1, 2015
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