City's Best: Post-Recession NY Dining

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

Photograph by Paul Goguen/Bloomberg

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Corporate dining in post-recession New York doesn't require frugality, just restraint. Expensing a meal at Masa or Per Se, Manhattan's two most priciest restaurants, would've worked before Bear and Lehman fell. Not anymore. Three hour lunches at Eleven Madison Park don't fit the bill either. Here's a list of venues that will work for your next client meal.

Among those spots is Riverpark, left, by Tom Colicchio, the chef's quietest restaurant. Riverpark is located at the Alexandria Center for Life Science on Manhattan's East River, in the same building as ImClone.

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