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Best Restaurants In The United States For CEOs And Business Leaders, 2019

The highest-ranking restaurant in the United States for CEOs and business leaders is “Blue Hill at Stone Barns” in Pocantico Hills, New York, according to the 2019 list of the best restaurants in America by the CEOWORLD magazine.

Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, which serves French food ranked No. 2; Cosme, a modern Mexican restaurant in the Flatiron District in Manhattan ranked No. 3; Le Bernadin in Manhattan, which serves French food ranked No. 4; Benu in San Francisco, which serves American cuisine ranked No. 5; and Alinea in Chicago, which serves French food ranked No. 6.

The United States is one of those progressive nations which focuses on liberal thinking, innovative ideas, and fantastic new places to eat out.

This is one of the reasons for global travelers, busy CEOs, and successful business leaders for flocking to the US to get an experience of a lifetime. Along with breathtaking landscapes, historical heritage, and versatility in geographical locations, the US is also home for amazing restaurants which are high on ambiance and serve exquisite food.

We bring you the list of the best restaurants in the United States for CEOs and business leaders to look out for in the year 2019.

These are the best restaurants in the United States for CEOs And business leaders, 2019

  1. Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, New York.
    630 Bedford Road, Tarrytown, Pocantico Hills, New York 10591
  2. Atelier Crenn in San Francisco.
    3127 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94123
  3. Cosme, New York.
    35 E 21st St, New York, NY 10010
  4. Le Bernadin in Manhattan.
    155 West 51st St, New York, NY 10019
  5. Benu in San Francisco.
    22 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  6. Alinea in Chicago.
    1723 North Halsted, Chicago, Illinois 60614
  7. Saison, San Francisco.
    178 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94107
  8. SingleThread Farm – Restaurant- Inn.
    131 North St, Healdsburg, CA 95448
  9. Momofuku Ko, New York City.
    8 Extra Pl, New York, NY 10003
  10. Chefs Table at Brooklyn Fare, New York City.
    431 West 37th Street, New York City, NY 10018
  11. Estela, New York City – Downtown Manhattan.
    47 E Houston St, New York City, NY 10012-2749
  12. Per Se, New York City.
    10 Columbus Cir, New York City, NY 10019-1158
  13. Atomix, New York City.
    104 E 30th St, New York City, NY 10016-7392
    The best of Korean flavors are brought to the progressive city of NY through Atomix. The structure of the meal here is exquisite Korean food with multiple hues of flavors. Instead of being extremely traditional, the food here is elegant and playful in terms of presentation and taste. Try the paired golden osetra caviar, baby artichokes and fresh curd –to begin with! Another highlight of the restaurant is the trademark Korean design with earthenware and handmade pottery used for décor.
  14. Adda, Long Island City– New York.
    31-31 Thomson Avenue, Queens, NY 11101
    This brilliant restaurant is known for its homestyle Indian cooking and brings out delectable flavors. The goat curry named Junglee Maas is made with fiery and delicious sauce- which is the highlight of the place. The restaurant is determined to bring global flavors to New York instead of confining to only western indigenous touch. The goat brains snack, for instance, is an instant favorite here.
  15. The Baker’s Port, Newport, Kentucky.
    1004 Monmouth Street Newport, KY 41071
    Run by an ambitious couple, many tourists from Cinncinati are flocking to this newly founded place. The co-owner David Willocks is known for making fluffy ricotta doughnuts in bright strawberry-lemon curd to carve into a fried chicken sandwich- which is a heaven for taste buds. Also, try the comforting full-bodied tomato soup served with grilled cheese on Willock’s glorious sourdough. The restaurant makes sure the visitor has an amazing palatable experience for sure.
  16. Call Your Mother, Washington, DC.
    3301 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010.
    To promote old-time deli culture, the famous Za’tar busted bagel stuffed with candied salmon schmear piled with cucumbers, crispy shallots, and peppery greens produced by local farmers. Also try the city’s best latke, a bronzed disc of crunchy potato which arrives with vinegary apple jam. The offbeat menu items such as cheesesteaks filled with pastrami and brisket also challenge to outshine the majestic bagels made here.
  17. Erizo, Portland, Oregon.
    215 Southeast 9th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97214
    Being an eco-conscious restaurant, Erizo serves the mesmerizing seafood made with rare and precious ingredients. Relish the Bluefin, wagyu, and cloudberries are must-have in this heavenly ambiance. Try the exclusive meal here which features different bites of seafood- aged, sauced and occasionally cooked focused on bycatch or other sustainable species. Also, indulge in chopped-up local horse clam, which is fresh and sweet. Their approach is to be rooted in kaikesi tradition instead of the western cooking viewpoint.
  18. Fox and the Knife, Boston, Massachusetts.
    28 W Broadway, Boston, MA 02127.
    The magical the restaurant draws inspiration from Italy’s Emilia- Romagna’s region by producing the trademark pasta tigelle- which is exquisitely patterned and disc-shaped bread, which almost looks like an English muffin. The beautiful add-on is the extra butter served with it!

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Anna Papadopoulos
Anna Papadopoulos is an associate editor and oversees the global editorial division of CEOWORLD magazine, setting up the team structure and ensuring global alignment and cohesion in strategy. Working on a range of topics from fashion, higher education, travel, and lifestyle. Write at anna-papadopoulos@ceoworld.biz
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