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THE GRILL is a historically-based American chophouse set in midcentury New York. It takes inspiration from the classic midtown restaurants that were at the forefront of New York dining when The Seagram Building was built in 1958. It is the precursor to the New York Steakhouse, where food and service were still intricate and elegant. THE GRILL is located in the most important restaurant space in American history. Designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, it is the only landmark restaurant in New York. The menu is a true homage to the classics, celebrating animals of the land and select treasures from the sea. There are extensive table-side preparations by THE GRILL's captains, who are meticulously dressed in tuxedos designed by Tom Ford. THE GRILL has received rave reviews since its opening, earning Three Stars from The New York Times, garnering the crown as the No. 1 Restaurant in New York, and the title of Best Restaurant in America across multiple national publications including Esquire, GQ Magazine, The New York Times, and Time Out New York.

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