Marea, Midtown

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NEW YORK CITY | Marea opened in 2009 and is owner and chef Michael White’s ode to the Italian coastline, and the food that he learned to cook to perfection while living in Italy. The two Michelin starred restaurant is the kind of fine dining restaurant that you want to dine at – formal but not stuffy. It’s the kind of restaurant that promises much and proceeds to somehow beat those expectations over the course of the meal.

Whether you’re ordering ala carte or going for the tasting menu, it’s hard to go wrong here. The focus at Marea is undeniably on pasta and the freshest of seafood and it shows. Standout dishes include the lobster burrata, the fusilli with red wine-braised octopus and bone marrow, and the Sedanini (a kind of pasta) in smoky cod-chowder sauce with smoked cod, potatoes and speck. Having said all of that, the steak here is some of the best in town too.

Being a two Michelin starred fine dining restaurant occupying prime NYC real estate across from Central Park means that the food here is expensive – we recommend going for the lunch tasting menu which will give you the best bang for your buck.

Marea

240 Central Park South
New York
New York 10019
United States

Telephone: 212 582 5100
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun: 11:30am to 10:30pm
Mon – Thu: 11:45am to 11:00pm
Fri: 11:45am to 11:30pm
Sat: 11:30am to 11:30pm

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