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  • 2015 Best Japanese

As a collaboration between Chef David Bouley and the Tsuji Culinary Institute, Brushstroke brings a modern interpretation of Japanese kaiseki tasting menus that change seasonally, though lobster with ramp donabe-rice, crab and bamboo shoots is a favorite. The quiet Zen-like space accented with blonde wood provides the perfect backdrop for the proliferation of small plates that you can watch being assembled in this Michelin-starred open kitchen. Table8 reservations are only for the main dining room. Please call the restaurant directly for omakase (tasting menu) or counter reservations.

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  • One Michelin star 2015-2016
  • Top 100 NY Restaurants 2014 - Time Out
  • Two stars from the New York Times 2011
  • Best New Chefs 1989 - Food & Wine
  • Zagat rating of 26 out of 30

30 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013

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  • Price Range: $$$$
    Atmosphere: Intimate, Modern, Refined
  • Dress Code: Smart Casual
    Good For: Foodies, Groups, Special Occasion
  • Noise Level: Average
  • Wine Spirits: Full Bar
    Phone: (212) 791-3771
  • Private Dining Room: Yes