Top new restaurant openings in New York – winter/spring 2023

The Big Apple never stops producing amazing places to eat – here are some new favorites to try…

There can scarcely be a more culturally diverse city than New York, and that very diversity means there is a huge selection of restaurants from all the cuisines of the world plus many that are purely American and still more that are a glorious fusion.

And from this pick and mix of dining opportunities comes a regular menu of new restaurants opening, always in a bid to be the next big thing. There are around 27,000 eateries in New York City, so whether you are looking for a taste of home cooking or a fine-dining experience in a stunning setting, there will be a choice to suit every visitor.

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Tatiana / Restaurant / New York

1. Tatiana

Chef Kwame Onwuachi grew up in New York with a chef for a mother and his devoted sister Tatiana as his “culinary nurse” as he puts it. His smart restaurant in the Lincoln Center offers an eclectic menu reflecting diverse cuisines, including that of his Nigerian heritage.
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Call: +1 211 875 5222
Address: 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, NY 10023

Maialino (Vicino) / Restaurant / New York

2. Maialino (Vicino)

This revival of one of New York’s most popular Italian restaurants has now arrived at the four-star Redbury hotel in mid-Manhattan from its original location at Gramercy Park, and offers the traditional trattoria dishes for which it was famed.
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Call: +1 212 228 6088
Address: 30 East 30th Street, New York, NY 10016

Monkey Bar / Restaurant /  New York

3. Monkey Bar

This quintessentially New York restaurant with its sunken dining area and red plush booths, has actually been around since the 1930s, but counts as a new opening because it has changed hands and had a smart revamp. The food is American, with steaks, seafood, pasta and even rather upmarket burgers, all in a fancy setting on the upper east side.
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Call: +1 212 404 0365
Address: 60 East 54th Street, New York, NY 10022

Lord's / Restaurant / New York

4. Lord’s

Described as a modern British bistro, Lord’s offers nose-to-tail cookery from the pig’s head backwards, in a traditional-style wood-paneled decor. In true British style there is also a pie of the day and desserts including a Guinness sponge with chocolate custard, and brown bread and marmalade ice cream.
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Call: +1 929 398 5433
Address: 506 LaGuardia Pl, New York, NY 10012

53 / Restaurant / London

5. 53

This sleek contemporary restaurant spread over three levels offers Asian dishes including such clay pot specials as black cod.
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Call: +1 646 535 3994
Address: 53 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019

Claud / Restaurant / London

6. Claud

Down in the East Village, Claud is a European restaurant with a heavy French influence, more like a brasserie in a basement, but one which is gaining a swift and excellent reputation for good food. It’s small but worth a visit.
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Address: 90 East 10th Street, New York City, New York 10003

Le Rock/ Restaurant / New York

7. Le Rock

Midtown near the skating rink is the newest restaurant to hit the Rockefeller Center. Le Rock offers French cuisine with an imaginative menu that includes bistro-style dishes from all over France and the Mediterranean, in a smart, crisp, lofty dining room.
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Call: +1 332 258 8734
Address: 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111

Potluck Club / Restaurant / New York

8. Potluck Club

This Cantonese-American restaurant is located where Chinatown, the Lower East Side and Nolita meet. It’s a modest-sized, industrial-chic kind of spot but serves up a highly individual fusion menu. Try the salt and pepper chicken with scallion biscuits.
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Address: 133 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002

Oiji Mi / Restaurant / New York

9. Oiji Mi

Oiji Mi is a new offshoot of the popular East Village restaurant, Oiji, by chef patron Brian Kim, offering modern Korean cuisine crafted specifically for a New York audience and situated in the Flatiron District of Midtown.The decor is smart and crisp.
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Call: +1 212-256-1259
Address: 17 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011

Pecking House / Restaurants / New York

10. Pecking House 

Chef Eric Huang grew up around his family’s restaurants in New York and hoped to run a Michelin-starred restaurant eventually. But the pandemic led to him running a pop-up fried chicken delivery operation that was so successful it has now expanded into a sit-down restaurant as well. This is a fast-food operation where you’re not going for a whole evening, just for a quick meal, but the fusion Cantonese-American dishes are innovative and fun.
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Call: +1 716-902-3613
Address: 244 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Manhatta / Restaurant / New York

11. Manhatta

High-end fine dining on the 60th floor of this Lower Manhattan building offers modern American cuisine from executive chef Justin Bogle with spectacular views over the city.
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Call: +1 212 230 5788
Address: 28 Liberty St, 60th floor, New York, NY 10005

Koloman / Restaurants / New York

12. Koloman

Michelin-starred chef Markus Glocker heads this restaurant aimed at European grand cafe culture combined with the buzz of modern New York. Serving quality dishes from breakfast onwards.
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Call: +1 212 790 8970
Address: 16 West 29th Street New York, NY 10001

Laser Wolf / Restaurants / New York

13. Laser Wolf

Set in a stunning rooftop location at the Hoxton hotel, Williamsburg, in Brooklyn, this Israeli restaurant offers a menu centered on charcoal grilling to enjoy among fabulous city views. After a charcoal feast, do try the brown sugar ice cream.
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Call: +1 718 215 7150
Address: The Hoxton, Williamsburg, 97 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Le Dive / Restaurant / London

14. Le Dive

Inspired by French tabacs, this wine bar on the Lower East Side serves an extensive range of small plates. The interior is small but there’s plenty of seating outside.
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Call: +1 646 370 6222
Address: 37 Canal St, New York, NY 10002

Little Myanmar / Restaurant / New York

15. Little Myanmar

Small, family-run Burmese restaurant on the Lower East Side which often has long lines because the food is just so popular. The 100-item menu has an enormous range of flavors for such a compact place. The restaurant is an offshoot from the family’s even smaller Yun Cafe.
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Call: +1 917 475 1183
Address: 150 East 2nd St, New York, NY 10009

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