Four Corners: Best New Eateries in America

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Throughout the United States, mega-cities are brimming with incredible food, entertainment, art and fashion. To name a few, New York City, Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles span four very different areas of America, and are as diverse as they are special. So no matter where you live or where you’re going, you can get a taste of each city from our curated guide.


New York City: Gato

324 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012

To start off our list is the big apple, where everyone goes to get the latest and greatest from the top chefs in the country. Accordingly, Iron Chef Bobby Flay opened this amazing establishment last spring to provide his own take on Mediterranean specialities. Gato serves impeccable food in a casual environment, so definitely make reservations ahead of time for this popular foodie haven. Items like saffron linguine, crab risotto and octopus exemplify the creative genius of Bobby Flay.

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Miami: Morimoto

1801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Moving down the east coast from New York City is the beautiful city of Miami. Typically known for its Mexican infusion restaurants, Miami now has a new crown jewel to brag about.  Opened by world-renowned Chef Masaharu Morimoto, this Asian restaurant includes a hip sushi bar plus a well-stocked bar. With food like lobster gazpacho and hamachi tacos, there are plenty of options for every palate.

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Chicago: A10

1462 East 53rd Street Chicago, IL 60615

If you’re looking for a mouth-watering brunch in the windy city, look no further. A10 is located in southern Chicago and serves some of the best brunch options imaginable, like pork belly eggs benedict and southern style chicken and waffles. A10 also serves throughout the evening with various dinner options like pasta, pizza and seafood.

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Los Angeles: Tipple & Brine

14633 Ventura Boulevard, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Moving over to the west coast,  Tipple & Brine is a cool oyster bar that plays on old classics. This oyster bar is casual but refined, and focuses on sustainable seafood, specialty cocktails, craft beer and eclectic wines. Seafood like oysters, clams and mussels take the spotlight here, but there’s something for everyone like raw options, salads, red meat and white meat. Cheers to dining at the latest and greatest from the four corners!

 Yours in Style,

Laura from the Lauren Cecchi New York Team

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