NYC’s best private dining experiences

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Barbuto at 775 Washington Street

Whether it’s a special occasion or you simply want to avoid the crowds, private dining rooms are the way to go. But when it comes to such an intimate dining experience not just any restaurant will do. So here’s a look at The Infatuation’s best private dining rooms and chefs’ tables in the city via Business Insider.

Barbuto

775 Washington St.

Barbuto is private dining room and a chef’s table located in a garage in the West Village.

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare

200 Schermerhorn St.

At Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, the whole restaurant is a chef’s counter. It seats 18 at $255 a person (excluding beverages.

Kyo Ya

94 E. 7th St.

Tasting menus range from $95-$150, at Kyo Ya – “an underground culinary mecca for those in the know,” according to Business Insider.

Hearth

403 E. 12th St.

Hearth serves award-winning farm-to-table cuisine in the East Village. Its private dining room holds up to 28 people and offers three to five course menus. [BI]Christopher Cameron

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