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Like many hip New York restaurants, Asiate emphasizes its focus on seasonal dishes. In winter months, expect heartier dishes that feature fresh seafood, squash, potatoes, cauliflower and polenta. In the summer, chef de cuisine Angie Berry rolls up his sleeves to find local, fresh produce from New York’s nearby farms to craft lighter fare. To sample the full flavor of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant's seasonality, try the seven-course tasting menu for $135. The courses dabble in raw fish, noodles, fish and proteins like Wagyu beef. The feast will give you a sampling of Asiate’s best seasonal finds.