This Korean heavy-hitter’s New York outpost garnered itself a Michelin star just before the pandemic, and even if you don’t take your restaurant gospel from a tire maker, you’re sure to appreciate Cote. Servers tote finely marbled cuts of everything from Prime Ribeye to A5 Japanese Wagyu to your table, grill it right in front of you, and pair it with a collection of pickled veggies and other Asian-inflected sides. To experience it best, opt for the Butcher’s Feast, a platter spanning four different meats plus generous sides for a very reasonable $58. It’ll leave you full, but in a Keto kind of way.
How to book: Reserve via SevenRooms.