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Reservations are required to enjoy the full tasting menu at Brushstroke, the latest culinary innovation from David Bouley. Snag a table by calling the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant directly, and you’ll have a choice of booking either counter or main dining room seats. The Japanese eatery asks that you give 24 hours' notice if you need to change or cancel your reservation. Brushstroke’s lounge, however, is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Stocked with a robust à la cart menu, the New York City restaurant’s bar is a good option for those nights when a light, last-minute meal is in order after a lively night in the Big Apple.