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New American Restaurant$$$$
Today 6:00 – 9:30 pm
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77 Worth St New York, NY 10013
77 Worth StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
(212) 226-1444ateranyc.com
$$$$New American Restaurant, American Restaurant
New American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Bar
Today 6:00 – 9:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 6:00 – 9:30 pmWednesday 6:00 – 9:30 pmThursday 6:00 – 9:30 pmFriday 6:00 – 9:30 pmSaturday 6:00 – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Wine
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A modern American menu draws foodies to this fixed-price-only room with a downstairs cocktail bar.- Google
"The wine list is superb, but pairing with food was difficult."
"The cocktail program uses innovative techniques that really soar."
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Beta Lord
a year ago
Tucked away and almost unlabeled, Atera is a neighborhood gem (if you can find it). Though cost is expensive, the 30 courses that are brought out feel like a trip to the moon. Tastes and flavors disguised in shells, soups, wooden boxes which seemingly look like rocks all reflect the pomp and grandeur as well as the true humbleness of their maker. The chefs rustle before you as the waiters present each dish with vigor, humour and knowledge of both the craft of creating said dish as well as the context of it's origin. You will not regret booking this place a month in advance.
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Elliott Fisher
2 years ago
Not always delicious, but definitely mutated (interesting/weird in a very good way). The "modernist" label may mislead. Modernists techniques are used, but the results never came across as gimmicky to me - and the progression of dishes made sense. The most earthy meal I've ever had. Beverage pairing were equally unique and dead on. You sit at a U-shaped bar with the kitchen on the other side, so the servers and kitchen staff are always less than 20 feet away.
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Dave Anderson
2 years ago
Chef experimenting on his customers is the best way to describe Atera. Twenty six courses later, I was left wondering what the theme was of our dinner, if any. Wide variations of ingredients and preparations not only within but across courses. Like all innovative chefs, some of the courses worked and others did not. The wine list is superb, but pairing with food was difficult. Even the sommelier was baffled by what to serve by course.
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vahe guzel
2 years ago
Fantastic showmanship and truly avant garde cuisine, /9but it didn't taste very good
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Nicolas Darveau-Garneau
a year ago
One of the best meals of my life. True perfection if you're an adventurous eater. Better than Alinea and the French Laundry at half the price. I think this is the best restaurant in the USA. Period.
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Clayton McGratty
2 years ago
Far and away the most entertaining and intriguing tasting menu I've ever enjoyed. The service is impeccable and engaging when prompted. You may not love everything you're served, but I've never left a restaurant more impressed and curious about how I could try to create any of the dishes. Atera is THE destination for foodies interested in molecular gastronomy, but a little further away from the edge Wylie Dufresne dances on at WD~50.
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James Mulcahy
2 years ago
You have to be ready for a trip to Matthew Lightner's TriBeCa establishment. Ready to part ways with $300 and ready to expand your palate with the Portland-native's interesting take on Modernist cooking. Many dishes are not what they seem (and the staff is happy to play guessing games) - while not everything succeeds flavor wise, it's all unique and interesting. The cocktail program uses innovative techniques that really soar.
A Google User
2 years ago
Interesting, delectable, and intriguing fare. Well worth the visit and the price.

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