When you want the finest French cuisine in New York City, sit down to a multi-course meal at Daniel. The prix fixe dinner costs $142 for four courses, and for the same price, vegetarians get their own prix fixe menu featuring local produce and meat-free ingredients that will satisfy even the shrewdest of palates.
If you’re looking for something more involved, the seven-course tasting menu goes for $234. And for a lighter meal, there’s a three-course menu available Monday to Thursday until 6 p.m. for $119.
Those who prefer to end the meal on a savory note can substitute a global cheese plate for dessert, which will cost an extra $21. Otherwise, you can order four cheeses for $34 or six for $45.
Wine pairings are available for each menu; they cost $82 for four courses and $135 for seven.
The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant has enough options to satisfy you, whether you’re in need of a quick pre-theater dinner or if you’re looking to spend several hours entrenched in fine cuisine by master chef Daniel Boulud.