If you need to impress someone, be it a client or a significant other, you should take them to Jean-Georges. The sprawling space is at the top of the newest Comcast Tower - on the 59th floor to be exact - and the 360-degree panoramic views of the entire city are enough to make even that guy from Free Solo feel a little uneasy. The menu here is French and heavy on the seafood, and while everything is very good, you should take this opportunity to order one of the three caviar dishes. They’re listed at the top of the menu under the title “Indulge,” and the one with meyer lemon gelee and creme fraiche is our personal favorite.
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