You’ve seen them on TV, now you can taste the creations from the chef’s themselves!

American cuisine with Bobby Flay

Eateries like Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain, found tucked away at 152 W. 52nd Street,brings the bold flavors of American cuisine to the heart of Manhattan. With just a touch of the European brasserie, Bobby Flay’s Bar Americain is a must for the Food Network Foodie Follower!

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I Can’t Believe It’s SO MUCH BUTTER

Follow your feet to 70 West 45th Street where you will find executive chef Alexandra Guarnaschelli, yet another Food Network Star, of the Butter Restaurant, where dining is formal or casual. Butter Restaurant is perfect for a planned event, but relaxing enough for a walk in lunch. Guarnaschelli’s creativity and fun-loving attitude is found in all her dishes, and the aroma and presentations will leave you salivating! Try the indulgent Butter Burger with bacon jam – yes, I said bacon jam; you will be ruined for any other burger for the rest of your life.

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Buon Appetito!

Eat while you shop! Take home a taste of Italy and maybe get a glimpse of the famous Chef Mario Batali at his Eataly NYC. Peruse the market at 200 Fifth Avenue and you can find everything from fresh pasta to imported cheeses. Especially if you’re a Batali fan, from Iron Chef or The Chew, this is something you don’t want to miss!

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This is just a drop in the ocean of the many tastes and sounds you can experience in New York. Start your adventure by wetting your appetite on board the most luxurious year-round ferry service in the NY/NJ area: Seastreak! Let us be your passage to all things new and fun!

Sea you Soon,

The Seastreak Family


Filed Under: Following the Food Network Celebrity Chefs, New York City