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The gorgeously designed Modern houses two distinct restaurants: A glamorous, more casual restaurant (the “Bar”) in the front, and, in the back, a serene high-temple of cuisine overlooking the Museum of Modern Art’s serene sculpture garden. Outstanding, daring fare is served at both, betraying chef Gabriel Kreuther’s Alsatian roots and exacting French training. The Bar offerings include a juicy rib eye, with a blue-cheese flan, and a tuna tartar with fennel and Japanese cucumber. The restaurant offers maxed-out luxuries from a prix-fixe menu that includes foie gras poached in Riesling, and a suckling pig, slowly braised in herbs.
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