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Make the Scene: Restaurants
Looking for that Sex and the City experience? Here's where to rub shoulders with New York's A-list.
 
Orient express: Man Ray's Asian-influenced décor.

Man Ray
This flashy Chelsea celebrity magnet looks — and acts — more like a club than a restaurant.
147 W. 15th St., 212-929-5000

DB Bistro Moderne
Daniel Boulud's informal Theater District boîte is known for its power-lunch crowd and $27 hamburger.
55 W. 44th St., 212-391-2400

Craft
The newest restaurant from Tom Colicchio (of Gramercy Tavern) has an high-concept menu and a swank crowd.
43 E. 19th St., 212-780-0880

The Harrison
The first post-September 11 TriBeCa opening is also one of the most exciting new spots in town.
55 Greenwich St., 212-274-9310

Ilo

With a risk-taking menu (and style to spare), Ilo is reason to celebrate — which is exactly what its A-list clientele is here for.
Bryant Park Hotel, 40 W. 40th St., 212-642-2255

Nobu

It's still hot, thanks to superstar chef Nobu Matsuhisa's wondrously original, South American-flecked Asian creations.
105 Hudson St., 212-219-0500

Plus:
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Players: Who's who in New York's dining scene.
Bites & Buzz: Foodie news and gossip.
Restaurant Openings
Weekly Restaurant Review: The latest from NEW YORK Magazine's critics.

 

 

 

Photograph by Kenneth Chen.