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Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 1 - 5 2019

Restaurants around NYC

Book your table with our associate partner Resy.

Resy will also host their first-ever concierge booth at the fair to help visitors make restaurant reservations in the city. If a reservation is not available, make use of Resy’s “notify me” option — a premium feature democratizing the wait-list system. Discover below Resy's curated list of New York City's restaurants boasting innovative design, thoughtful hospitality, and creative cuisine. Resy also handles reservations for the fair’s restaurants, including Frankies Spuntino and The Fat Radish.

For more curated recommendations on where to dine, visit Resy.com or stop by their concierge booth at the South entrance to the fair.

Le Bernardin

Le Bernardin

155 W 51st St
NY 10019 New York
Olmsted

Olmsted

659 Vanderbilt Avenue
NY 11238 Brooklyn
King

King

18 King St
NY 10014 New York
Mettā

Mettā

197 Adelphi St
NY11205 Brooklyn
Loring Place

Loring Place

21 W 8th St
NY 10011 New York
Atoboy

Atoboy

43 E 28th St
NY 10016 New York
De Maria

De Maria

19 Kenmare St
NY10012 New York
Frenchette

Frenchette

241 West Broadway
NY 10013 New York
Legacy Records

Legacy Records

517 West 38th St
NY 10018 New York
Simon & The Whale

Simon & The Whale

23 Lexington Ave
NY 10010 New York
ALTA

ATLA

372 Lafayette St
NY10012 New York
Tetsu

Tetsu

78 Leonard St
NY 10013 New York
Nur

Nur

34 E 20th St
NY 10003 New York
Chinese Tuxedo

Chinese Tuxedo

5 Doyers St
NY 10013 New York
Hwa Yuan Szechuan

Hwa Yuan Szechuan

42 East Broadway
NY 10002 New York

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