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Le Bernardin


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155 W 51st St
New York, NY 10019

 (212) 554-1515

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"Here are a few more: Le Bernardin, a French restaurant on 51st Street (3-minute walk) Del Frisco's Grille at Rockefeller Center NBC (NY) Employees FCU(5-minute walk) China Grill, an Asian fusion restaurant on 53rd Street (5-minute walk) Joe's Shanghai , a Shanghainese restaurant on 56th Street (10-minute walk) Rock Center Cafe at Rockefeller Center (windows look out to the Rockefeller ice skating rink) Also, try The Halal Guys, the famous food cart along 53rd Street, in front of the MOMA Museum."  See More

"One of our favorite meals, and ideal for an anniversary dinner, is Le Bernardin."  See More

"I think for the best food where you can sit at bar without reservations would be Le Bernardin or Eleven Madison Park Restaurant (recently #5 restaurant in the world)."  See More

"If you've got the budget, go for the full splurge at Le Bernardin-Eric Ripert is amazing."  See More

"I hear Le Bernardin let's you eat at their bar but haven't confirmed that."  See More

"My husband and I had an amazing meal at Le Bernardin a year or so again."  See More

"French: Per Se, Daniel, Le Bernardin"  See More

"Le Bernardin is a bit of an institution in NYC, although I didn't enjoy it as much as the others."  See More

"If you want a truly memorable experience and can blow the budget, then head to 3 starred Le Bernardin or Per Se-only 13 restaurants on their level in the US."  See More

"A few of my favorites are Daniel, Le Bernardin and db Bistro Moderne"  See More

"If you like seafood, you can't go wrong with Le Bernardin."  See More

"pagewanted=all&_r=0 A few others to check out: Brooklyn Fare Le Bernardin"  See More

"for VERY good restaurant, Le Bernardin on 50th & 6 is amazing."  See More

"If you are really wanting to go fancy, try with all your might to get a reservation at Per Se or Le Bernardin-both are Michelin 3 star restaurants and the food is amazing."  See More

", The Lambs Club, Pigalle (for a more casual experience), and Le Bernardin (one of the city’s most popular restaurants), Maison (for great casual outdoor seating)."  See More

"Ultimately, I had to go back to my most memorable meals, which were at Le Bernardin and The French Laundry."  See More

"We had an absolutely amazing experience at Le Bernardin."  See More

"The bar Le Bernardin serves food now, if you don't mind splurging."  See More

"Le Bernardin's Chef Eric Ripert could make a fish lover out of anyone with fresh offerings and an amazing prix fixe menu."  See More

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