New York City’s Booming Food Industry

It’s no secret that New York City is one of the largest cultural hubs in the world, with many of those cultures being expressed through the city’s countless restaurants. The booming restaurant scene in the Big Apple has thrived for decades, and continues to do so with more and more popping up each year. Speaking of, the following are some of the newest, most popular dining destinations New York City has to offer.


A casual Mexican restaurant started by chef Enrique Olvera, Atla offers everything from steak tartare chile to a delicious seafood tostada, all with a focus on vegetables and healthy options. With an outdoor patio, seating for 90, and every dish being under $20, it might be difficult for patrons to visit just once.

Le Coucou

This French restaurant located in SoHo was started by internationally renowned chef Daniel Rose and restaurateur Stephen Starr. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, Le Coucou offers traditional French cuisine in a high end setting with cocktails to match. For a truly memorable meal, book your table in advance to sit nearest to the open kitchen to see the creation of these masterful plates.

4 Charles Prime Rib

If you want your dining experience to feel like that of a 1940’s club scene, 4 Charles Prime Rib will do just that. With intimate lighting, leather seating, and dark wood paneling covered in classic paintings, this restaurant’s atmosphere is half the experience. Their dinner choices include prime rib steak as the name suggests, fresh seafood, chicken, and pasta. Relax at the bar with a cocktail or glass of wine and admire the restaurant’s decadence beforehand.

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