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Exceptional service and hyper-seasonal, new American cooking are the hallmarks of this quintessential New York restaurant. The more formal back dining room showcases the prix-fixe menu du jour; the up-front tavern doesn’t take reservations and offers less expensive à la carte items. The wood-burning oven adds flavor and depth to dishes like the rack of lamb and the pork belly—the smoky scent of the fire will linger on your clothes long after the chocolate pecan tart is gone.