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New York City is Getting America’s First Ikinari Steak Restaurant

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The restaurant’s goal — to feed people quality steak, quickly — may work perfectly with the fast-paced Manhattan lifestyle

The restaurant’s beef, which comes from Illinois, is served on a hot cast-iron platter.

This Thursday, New York City is getting the first U.S. location of Ikinari Steak, a Japanese steakhouse chain known for its quick, standing-only service.

At the restaurant, customers are able to select ribeye, sirloin, or filet by the gram, after which the meat is cut by a butcher, cooked rare (only), and served on a sizzling platter, Eater reported.

Patrons can then bring the meat to a standing station to choose seasonings and sauces to add when added to their platter. People are typically in and out of the restaurant within 30 minutes.

“In Japan, like in America, steak is kind of a special meal,” Takashi Tsuchiyama, who will run Ikinari operations in the U.S., told Eater. “It was a revolution, because they offered the same quality of meat as high-end restaurants for half the price. But what you have to give up is the seating.”

The restaurant will be located at 90 East 10th St. in the East Village, with 40 spots for standing dining and only 10 seats.

Tsuchiyama says the restaurant is already making plans for expansion, with hopes of opening up to 20 locations in Manhattan alone in the next five years.


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It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


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Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in New York City

Given that New York City has no shortage of recommendation-worthy restaurants, it's no surprise that we're inundated with best-of lists, each purporting to offer THE definitive guide to where to eat. Serious Eats is as guilty of perpetuating this trend as the next food website, though we take great pride in the exhaustive lengths we're willing to go for our lists—for our piece on the best pizza by the slice in New York City, we spent months traveling the five boroughs and tasting every pie with a decent reputation before we whittled our picks down to a mere 23 locations. But sometimes, when you're looking for the right recommendation, your best bet is simply to know who to ask.

Few people are better informed of the ins and outs of the city's food scene than the very folks who work in it. For this eating itinerary, we spoke to three of New York's top chefs about their favorite restaurants. Together, Alex Raij, chef-owner of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, La Vara, and Saint Julivert Fisherie Esther Choi, chef-owner of Mokbar, Mokbar Brooklyn, and Ms. Yoo and Alex Guarnaschelli, executive chef of Butter and television personality/Chopped judge, have put together a list of destination-worthy eateries that have you covered from morning to after-midnight. Find out what dishes you have to try before leaving New York, learn where to get some of the city's best cocktails, discover splurge-worthy fine dining experiences, and more.

It's worth noting that, because this is a subjective collection of recommendations, these chefs' picks are centered in the very areas that they live and work (namely, downtown Manhattan and north Brooklyn). For tips on how to eat your way through the outer boroughs, check out the rest of our New York City dining-out content, including our recently published locals' guides to eating and drinking in Brooklyn and Queens.


Watch the video: IKINARI STEAK HOUSE. OUR KIND OF SUNDAY (July 2022).


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