‘Food & Wine’ Big-Ups New York on Best-Restaurants List

New York may have gotten short shrift on San Pallegrino’s list of the world’s best restaurants, but on Food & Wine’s just-released "Go List" of the World’s Best Places to Eat, we rank third, behind Tokyo and Paris. TAKE THAT, VANCOUVER! Curiously, no New York eateries made the lists of Best New Restaurants (these lists apply to 2007, so Ko didn’t qualify) or Best Restaurants for Carnivores (Kobe Club must be crushed), but here are the locals that did make the top-ten lists.

Fiamma’s Fabio Trabocchi is among the Next Chef Superstars.

Kefi is a Best Value Restaurant.

The Bo Ssäm at Momofuku Ssäm is a Best Restaurant Dish.

Alto is a Best Restaurant for Sightseers.

And these restaurants made the general "Go List":
Alto
Café Boulud
Cru
Fiamma
Gramercy Tavern
Jean Georges
Kefi
Ko
Market Table
Otto
Soto
Tía Pol

Next time you order the Bo Ssäm, we command you to chant, “U.S.A.! U.S.A.!”

World's Best Places to Eat [Food & Wine]