Both dinner and lunch at New York City’s Per Se calls for the proper attire. That means to dine at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant, gentlemen must wear a jacket and no jeans are allowed in the dining room. It boasts outstanding service and attention to detail, and the tasting menu, which takes about four hours to get through, is a culinary adventure.
The dining room itself is also quite special; located in Midtown Manhattan in the Time Warner building, the New American/French restaurant is a modern space with beautiful views of Central Park — so you’ll want to look your best.
And maybe don’t wear your snuggest pair of pants or your sacrifice-comfort-for-fashion dress. You will be eating for hours with chef Thomas Keller’s daily changing nine-course dinner menu.