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Brushstroke’s trio of superb Japanese tasting menus may lure you into the Tribeca eatery, but the impeccable service will definitely keep you coming back. The waitstaff at this New York City restaurant is knowledgeable and approachable — two characteristics that don’t often align at more upscale eateries. Though the wait for your drinks may be a touch long, the delay is worth a few extra minutes for the expertly crafted concoctions. And, of course, the service doesn’t end once the food reaches your table: If you’re not completely happy with a dish or drink, it’ll be replaced post-haste at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant.