Joshua Bell's Top Five NYC Restaurants

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

When dining out the violinist Joshua Bell enjoys burgers, sushi and the occasional medium-rare steak. The Gramercy Park resident finds that some restaurants are good for a date, while others are appropriate for his four-year-old son. Watch the video below and read his full list:

1. Sushi of Gari (402 East 78th Street NY, NY; Web site)
2. Peter Luger Steakhouse (178 Broadway  Brooklyn, NY; Web site)
3. Burger Joint at Le Parker Meridien Hotel (119 West 56th Street, NY, NY; Web site)
4. Hillstone Restaurant (378 Park Avenue South, NY, NY; Web site)
5. 11 Madison Park (11 Madison Ave., NY, NY; Web site)


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This updated site is wonderful...whether I want to listen to streaming operavore or one of my favorites - Joshua Bell - without searching YouTube. I missed the Thurs. radio broadcast of the NYPhil. Is it possible to listen on this site?

Jan. 20 2012 03:36 PM
Michael Meltzer

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Jan. 15 2012 03:43 AM

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