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    • 1.
      9.1
      558 Broome St (at Varick St.)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Michelle P.

        Michelle P. • March 27, 2010BYOB, escargots, mussels with curry cream sauce, filet mignon with foie gras.

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    • 2.
      9.0
      13 Barrow St (btwn Bleeker & W 4th St)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Vasanti W.

        Vasanti W. • January 13, 2014The fois gras soup dumpling is amazing. The sable with silken tofu, and mackerel with spicy sauce are both very good dishes with complex flavors.

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    • 3.
      9.0
      41 W 57th St
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Suri R.

        Suri R. • January 18, 2014Lobster rolls and warm foie gras are a must. While all the cocktails are great, the milk punch is truly unique and the best companion for the evening.

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    • 4.
      8.8
      1 E 15th St (5th Ave.)
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Edwin A.

        Edwin A. • December 23, 2009Try the fall vegetable salad, the truffled grits, the sea urchin pasta, or the scallops with foie.

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    • 5.
      9.1
      3 E 52nd St (btwn 5th & Madison Ave)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Michael F.

        Michael F. • April 3Absolutely amazing atmosphere, more pompous downstairs very charming upstairs. Great foie gras, super duck and really tasty chocolate souffle. Service is top notch.

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    • 6.
      8.4
      108 E 4th St (bet. 1st & 2nd)
      Japanese$ $ $ $View Menu
      • stephiedoo

        stephiedoo • February 28, 2013Great for dates. Intimate and chill. The uni sushi and foie gras rice bowl are amazing! Also have the Yona Yona ale!

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    • 7.
      8.8
      228 E 10th St (btw 1st & 2nd Ave)
      Asian$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Betty

        Betty • October 1, 2014Start with the beef tartare and miso fois gras; continue the flavorful trip with uni fettuccine and miso cod. You'll thank me later. #rich #creamy #yum

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    • 8.
      9.2
      99 E 52nd St (btwn Lexington & Park Ave)
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • @JaumePrimero

        @JaumePrimero • October 21, 2010Try the eel and foie gras terrine, and the tempura fried poached egg with three kinds of caviar. Also, the amadai is worthy of a mention as well!

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    • 9.
      9.5
      11 Madison Ave (at E 24th St)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Jason N.

        Jason N. • March 15One of the best meals I've ever had. The foie gras with pickled cabbage was one of my favs of the night. Looked like cake, tasted like butter.

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    • 10.
      8.7
      1504 Lexington Ave (at E 97th St)
      Wine Bar$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Anthony S.

        Anthony S. • March 20, 2012Try the Foie Gras Fluffernutter - #Amazing & #inventive dish!! Chef @coreycova is awesome at his #craft!!

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    • 11.
      9.1
      103 W 77th St (at Columbus Ave)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Chris H.

        Chris H. • December 6, 2012Venison and foie gras entree is amazing

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    • 12.
      8.7
      355 W 16th St (at 9th Ave.)
      Asian$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Peter R.

        Peter R. • January 30, 2014Get the Foie Gras Shortrib dumplings. You're welcome.

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    • 13.
      9.0
      275 Mulberry St (at E Houston St)
      American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kendall T.

        Kendall T. • March 1Try following all dishes by a single chef! Seared foie gras, pumpkin soup, le pigeon are to die for. Cool concept led by Chef Matt Aita

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    • 14.
      9.2
      1 Central Park W
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Elẹna

        Elẹna • September 13, 2014The atmosphere is luxurious and the staff were incredibly attentive and courteous. My ♡ Foie Gras Brule, the Tuna Tartar, Grilled Organic Chicken with Ricotta Gnocchi and The ginger margarita.

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    • 15.
      9.3
      1170 Broadway (inside NoMad Hotel)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Sean B.

        Sean B. • August 11, 2014The fois gras and truffle stuffed chicken is probably the best chicken dish I have had in my life!

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    • 16.
      8.3
      55 W 44th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave.)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Kazuki K.

        Kazuki K. • December 14, 2012Everybody seems to advocate for the burger - but also try the coq-au-vin, the spicy cod with chorizo and vegetables, or the fois gras... yummm! Great wine selection - try Austrian Gruener Veltliner.

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    • 17.
      9.1
      9 W 53rd St (Museum of Modern Art)
      New American$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Erin F.

        Erin F. • March 18, 2012one of my favorites. try the pralines of foie gras terrine with a girovita cocktail

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    • 18.
      9.3
      24 Minetta Ln (at 6th Ave)
      Italian$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Noah W.

        Noah W. • January 16, 2013The pappardelle with veal stew & thinly shaved foie gras is the perfect (slightly pretentious) pasta. The foie gras subtly makes the whole dish taste the right kind of buttery.

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    • 19.
      8.6
      180 Ludlow St (btwn Stanton & E Houston St)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Amanda G.

        Amanda G. • November 3, 2014The foie, lamb carpaccio and frisée salad are the best apps. Duck and steak by far the standout entrees. Get mushrooms, pommes frites and green beans as sides. Skip the chicken for two.

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    • 20.
      9.5
      60 E 65th St (btwn Park & Madison)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • HH

        HH • March 8, 2014Duck Foie Gras Flambeed with Pear Williams appetizer and Garden of Eden non-alcoholic drink are both amazing. Impeccable service and decor.

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    • 21.
      8.9
      14 1st Ave (at E 1st St)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Anna F.

        Anna F. • May 28, 2013Oysters, escargots, foie gras, steak frites, filet mignon. Oh, and keep that red wine flowing. Cozy spot & great staff. A hidden neighborhood gem that's been right in your face the entire time.

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    • 22.
      9.4
      57 Great Jones St (btwn Bowery & Lafayette St)
      Japanese$ $ $ $
      • Irene T.

        Irene T. • January 22, 2012Get the branzini, burger, foie gras soba, uni croquette, and short rib sashimi. But not all at once.

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    • 23.
      8.3
      55 Bond St (Bowery and Lafayette)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Brandvirtuoso A.

        Brandvirtuoso A. • August 19, 2013My fav spot in NYC !!! Must try bone marrow, beef with foie gras, foie gras terraine and lobster!

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    • 24.
      9.5
      1 Central Park W (btwn W 60th & W 61st St)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Julie H.

        Julie H. • March 28Everything here is prepared to perfection! Don't miss the foie gras brûlée, it's to die for! Every dish was interesting with amazing flavor combinations. It's definitely pricey but a worthy splurge ❤️

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    • 25.
      9.2
      773 10th Ave (at 52nd St.)
      Mediterranean$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Steven F.

        Steven F. • May 5, 2011The Foie Gras here is the best in New York. It is mind-blowingly delicious! It should be listed on the menu as Foie Gras crack.

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    • 26.
      9.3
      10 Columbus Cir Ste 4 (at W 60th St)
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Gregory D.

        Gregory D. • February 15Simply AMAZING, the best of the best... RECOMMENDED DISHES Oysters and Pearls, gateau of foie gras, butter-poached lobster ... ;)

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    • 27.
      8.6
      35 W 64th St
      French$ $ $ $View Menu
      • The Corcoran Group

        The Corcoran Group • November 14, 2011The service is so good here you’ll feel like you’re the only table in the place! You must try the Foie Gras “Shabu Shabu” and the Sea Urchin Panna Cotta!

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    • 28.
      9.6
      1170 Broadway (at 28th St)
      Hotel
      • AskMen

        AskMen • March 30, 2012It's a fine setting indeed for the cooking of Eleven Madison Park's chef Daniel Humm, who's crafting delights like whole roasted chicken for two with foie, black truffle and brioche

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    • 29.
      8.9
      85 10th Ave (Entrance on 15th St & 11th Ave)
      Tapas$ $ $ $View Menu
      • Cassidy

        Cassidy • November 13, 2013The food is pretty stellar but the ambiance is untsa untsa thanks to the nearby meatpacking crowd. Try the foie gras, brussels sprouts, bone marrow (yes, I like animal fat)

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    • 30.
      9.0
      34 Downing Street (Bedford Street)
      Wine Bar$ $ $ $
      • Zinfandelle

        Zinfandelle • February 19, 2014The smoked duck and foie gras toast is insanely good.

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