City's Best: Post-Recession NY Dining

By Ryan Sutton - 2013-06-05T01:07:47Z

Photograph by Paul Goguen/Bloomberg

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Prime Meats

This Austro-Germanic brasserie, with American steaks, has improved in the years since it's opened, serving top notch cocktails and a gorgeous musky dry-aged beef sausage. The cote de boeuf for two, now only served on Fridays and Saturdays, is among New York's most expensive cuts of beef, at $142.