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Situated on a leafy block, just steps from Central Park, Telepan welcomes guests to enjoy bold American dishes in a smart yet relaxed setting. Chef Bill Telepan opened his fine dining restaurant with partner Jimmy Nicholas in 2005, and it has since earned glowing reviews and a Michelin Star in 2014. It has become an Upper West Side destination for locals and visitors alike. Telepan takes inspiration straight from the market, his love of the season’s bounty evident in modernized classics such as house smoked brook trout on a buckwheat potato blini; lobster bolognese; and heritage pork with potato pierogi.