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As luxurious as ever, for almost 40 years Le Cirque has been synonymous with high-glamour dining in New York. Owner Sirio Maccioni's hospitality is legendary, the formal service remains impeccable and the gilded, gold-flecked décor is the perfect setting for rich, classic French presentations like foie gras ravioli or frogs' legs fricassée. For an extra-special experience, dine at the chef's table in the famed Le Cirque kitchen, which includes a 6-course chef's tasting menu for 4–8 people. The restaurant now also offers cooking classes.