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After your intensive Thai yoga massage at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, New York, you’re bound to have worked up an appetite. Luckily, this New York spa is tucked inside the Time Warner Center, giving you more dining options than you could ever hope for. Without even leaving the hotel, you can fill your tummy at Asiate, a contemporary Asian-inspired restaurant complete with inspired views of Central Park and a glittering tree-branch sculpture. And one of the Big Apple’s most in-demand dinner spots, Thomas Keller’s famed Per Se, is just steps away from Mandarin Oriental, New York.
Outside on the city’s streets, you can find market-driven French cuisine at Eleven Madison Park, Italian coastal recipes at chef Michael White’s Marea and contemporary American fare at Colicchio & Sons. For dinner and a show, the Lincoln Center offers spectacular jazz music and a restaurant that was given top marks by GQ magazine. If you’re overwhelmed by all of the options, don’t hesitate to ask the staff at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa or inside Mandarin Oriental, New York.