Culinary wishlist

My favorite dates are the ones that start out of the bedroom, I love a tasting menu paired with a quality wine, perhaps an Omakase served in a sequence of Sashimi and Sushi, or a Wagyu Steak with a French Bordeaux. My palate is quite adventurous (with certain preference towards quality fishes). Please find below some spots from my bucket list.  

NYC

Sushi Nakasawa (Link)
Serves the omakase of Chef Daisuke Nakazawa, former apprentice of Jiro, one of the best sushi chefs of the world. Check his documentary for more information.

Cagen (Link)
Japanese restaurant that serves the best octopus in town (at least according to the NYT)

Sushi Yasuda (Link)
One of the best traditional sushi restaurants in the country. Yasuda is a labor of love between the founders—Naomichi Yasuda, Shige Akimoto and Scott Rosenberg.

Masa (Link)
Serves both traditional Japanese dishes as well as more Americanized staples.

Eleven Madison Park (Link)
Best restaurant in the world (per 2017's San Pellegrino's list)

Le Bernardin (Link)
Best seafood restaurant in the city

Jean Georges (Link)
Per Se (Link)
Daniel (Link)
Peter Luger (Link)
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House (Link)

Events wishlist

Ballet (Link)
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker (Nov 24 – Dec 31)
Here/Now (Sneakers Ballet)
All Balanchine
Romeo + Juliet (Winter 2018)

Met Opera (Link)
La Boheme (Oct 2nd - Mar 10th)
Hansel & Gretel (Dec 18th - Jan 6th)
Madama Butterfly (Nov 2nd - Mar 16th)