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When you dine at Asiate, you’ll see a combination of freestanding tables and booths that can accommodate up to 85 guests. The two levels of seating options provide a level of privacy that’s sometimes difficult to find in New York’s notoriously narrow restaurants. Instead of crammed tables for two, Asiate utilizes a spacious layout that’s perfect for couples or groups of three or four. The well-executed design and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Central Park and Columbus Circle make this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant a fabulous choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner.