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New Restaurants in New York City in 2023

A list of new restaurants in New York City to try on your next night out.

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The following is a curated list of new restaurants to try on your next nights out. To see their websites, scroll right.

Restaurant Name Cuisine Rating Address Website
Bōm Korean 9.5 17 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011
L'Artusi Italian 9.2 228 W. Tenth St., New York, NY
Le Crocodile French _8.9 Wythe Hotel, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
The Tyger Southeast Asian Fusion_ 8.7 105 Hudson St., New York, NY
Mokyo Korean Tapas 8.6 109 Saint Marks Pl., New York, NY
Rezdôra Italian 8.5 27 E. Twentieth St., New York, NY
Wayan Indonesian 8.4 20 Spring St., New York, NY
Crown Shy New American 8.3 70 Pine St., New York, NY

Bom Restaurant

Bom is a hidden Korean BBQ spot in the Flatiron District that offers a tasting menu of super-premium beef cooked on customized grills. The highly curated 12+ courses offer a modern perspective on Korean traditional cuisine with a creative angle, highlighting the essence of each seasonal ingredient. The restaurant has only 14 seats and two seatings per night, at 5:30pm or 8:30pm. The price per person is $325, not including tax, tip, or drinks.


L'Artusi is a rustic Italian restaurant in Greenwich Village that features a crudo bar, a specialty cheese program, a walk-in wine cellar, and a private dining room. The menu offers dishes such as octopus, spaghetti and meatballs, tuna, and orrecchiette with sausage and bitter greens. The wine list is organized by Italian region and includes some rare bottles. The restaurant has 110 seats and is open for lunch and dinner every day.

Le Crocodile

Le Crocodile is a French brasserie in Williamsburg that serves dishes such as croque-madame, french onion soup, sweetbreads, roast chicken, and steak frites. The restaurant has a spacious, hip, and charming setting with high ceilings, mosaic tile floors, cast-iron columns, and a verdant outdoor patio. The wine list is extensive and curated by sommelier John Paterson. Le Crocodile is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day.

The Tyger

The Tyger is a Southeast Asian restaurant at the border of Soho and Chinatown. It has a bright and vibrant atmosphere and serves dishes from Thailand, Malaysia, Australia and beyond. Some of their popular menu items are crispy lamb ribs, roast duck breast, black Angus beef massaman curry and coconut sorbet.


Mokyo is a restaurant in New York City that serves Asian fusion tapas with a Korean twist. It is owned by Chef Kay Hyun, who also runs Thursday Kitchen. Some of the dishes include corn dumplings, scallops, ribs and tartare. The restaurant has a hip and cozy vibe and a rating of 8.0 out of 10 based on 11 reviews.


Rezdora is a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City that specializes in Emilia-Romagna cuisine. It is run by Chef Stefano Secchi, who trained in Italy under renowned chefs. Some of the dishes include Italian buns with smoked meats, verde pasta and steak & eggs. The restaurant has a cheerful and cozy atmosphere.


Wayan is a restaurant in New York City that offers Indonesian cuisine with a modern French flair. It is co-owned by Chef Cédric Vongerichten, who trained under his father Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Some of the dishes include corn fritters, charred chicken, black bass and pandan custard. The restaurant has a sleek and tropical vibe.

Crown Shy

Crown Shy is a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York that serves seasonal contemporary American cuisine. It is located in a landmark art deco tower with a sleek and modern dining room. The restaurant is known for its high quality cooking, striking lobby, and expansive windows.



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