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5 romantic bars and restaurants in New York City

1. Roscioli

Roscioli is a Roman institution with close to 200 years of history. Endless research goes into sourcing only the finest ingredients. Today it’s known worldwide for the famous carbonara, nearly 300 artisan cheeses, 150 cured meats and over 3,000 wine labels in the cellar. A convivial spirit resides over this long standing establishment. 

2. Aska

Based in Brooklyn, Aska has earned Swedish chef Fredrik Berselius his second Michelin star, being one of only ten restaurants in the city to hold the honor. A distinctive dining experience through a procession of courses prepared from an open kitchen and served to guests of only ten tables each night.

3. Aquavit

The most beautifully presented food you’ve ever seen. Aquavit offers exquisite seasonal Nordic cuisine in an incomparable restaurant setting, located in Midtown New York. With respect to tradition, a penchant for excellence and the conviction to try new techniques and ingredients, Aquavit transforms Nordic dishes with extraordinary care. With 2 Michelin stars and a 3 Stars rating by The New York Times, this visit is destined to be a special one.

4. Manhatta

60 floors up, you’re in for a treat. Contemporary cooking and a fabulous drinks menu, you can enjoy a glass of Sharp as you take in the view – and actually remember it.


5. Dante

Dante is a legend of the Greenwich Village community since opening its doors in 1915. Now a registered New York City landmark, this modest meeting house has always attracted people from all walks of life: from famous actors to the down-at-heel of the beatnik generation, all of whom have found solace in its relaxed and unpretentious environment. “A lot of love in everything Dante does. Love of service, love of professionalism, of style, of invention, of hospitality, of tradition, of fun.” – Robert Simonson, Punch & New York Times.

And one more because we’re spoilt for choice…

6. Compagnie des Vins Surnatutel

The neighborhood wine bar for the world. Open daily indoor & outdoor dining. They take their wine seriously (and their non-alc alternatives), but not themselves. A friendly, warm atmosphere.


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