86 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in New York.
Sushi On Me is a party sushi omakase spot in a basement in Jackson Heights where you can drink unlimited sake and eat delicious nigiri for under $100.
If you’re interested in experiencing a chef incubator, make a reservation for this intimate, special-occasion dinner.
Au Za’atar is a party-time Lebanese restaurant in the East Village where you can order a shawarma tower for a group.
New York’s best barbecue restaurant doesn’t even have an address. It’s on Instagram. Find it on Saturdays in South Ozone Park, Queens.
Stretch Pizza is Chef Wylie Dufresne’s 2021 pop-up series at Bread’s Bakery in Union Square. You want to be on the waitlist.
Fogo de Chão is an international chain of Brazilian steakhouses with huge location in Midtown where you should eat meat with a group.
Churrascaria Plataforma is a massive Brazilian steakhouse in Hell’s Kitchen with an all-you-can-eat prix-fixe of high-ends meats.
Adja Khady is a market in Harlem with a big selection of imported Senegalese groceries.
Baylander Steel Beach is a bar on a converted navy ship at the West Harlem Piers. It's a great place to spend a weekend afternoon or evening.
An exclusive, cash-only Italian spot with ten tables, lots of celebrity clientele, and regulars with standing reservations.
Bathhouse is an Eastern European restaurant in Williamsburg that serves some of the best food you can eat in a robe.
The Winter Garden at The Standard East Village is a seasonal pop-up where you can drink cocktails in heated yurts in the hotel’s garden.
Rolf’s serves a full menu of heavy German food, but it’s best known for its elaborate, year-round holiday decorations.
Calabria Pork Store is a deli in the Bronx with lots and lots of sausages hanging from the ceiling.