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  • The Best Restaurants of 2011

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    Now that 2011 is over, it's time to see which restaurants were at the top of everybody critics list. Take a look at this article from The New York Times, where Sam Sifton gives us his Top 10 restaurants:

    FOLLOWING is a list of my favorite new restaurants among those that I reviewed in 2011, before stepping down as critic in October. It suggests a strong year for smart-casual cooking, the sort of food that takes a lot of work to prepare but is often served by people in untucked shirts and flash sneakers. Of course there were exceptions. Chief among them is a restaurant that narrowly missed inclusion here: the elegant Ai Fiori, which Michael White opened in the Setai Hotel. (Ai Fiori recently lost its chef, Chris Jaeckle.)

    10. DANJI A small, new-style Korean take on a Japanese izakaya, Danji is a fiery taste of downtown in western Midtown, and ought to be on the list of any Broadway-bound New Yorker who’s interested in big flavors on small plates. 346 West 52nd Street, Midtown; (212) 586-2880.

    9. RED ROOSTER HARLEM Marcus Samuelsson built a big church of food in Harlem, and the crowds come daily to testify. Join them. The food — Swedish-African-American in spirit and fact — is not really the point, though it is often very good. 310 Lenox Avenue (125th Street), Harlem; (212) 792-9001.

    8. TERTULIA Seamus Mullen’s smoky Spanish cider bar is a triumph of legitimacy over the myth of authenticity. More important, it is as pleasant a place to eat Ibérico ham, garlic, paprika and clams as exists in New York City. 359 Avenue of the Americas (West Fourth Street), Greenwich Village; (646) 559-9909.

    Read more at The New York Times

     

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