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Reserve at Atera
77 Worth St.
New York, NY 10013
TriBeCa - Downtown
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$50 and over
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(212) 226-1444 x1
Hours of Operation:
Atera offers reservations for dinner Tuesday-Saturday at 6:00pm and also at 9:30pm. The experience is approximately three hours.
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Contemporary American, American
Beer, Chef's Table, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Wine
Church & Broadway
We can be reached by train on the 1/2 to Franklin St., A/C to Chambers St., the 4/5/J/Z to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall, and the 6/N/Q/R to Canal St.
Public parking is available at the corner of Worth Street and West Broadway, one block west of Atera.
A word from Atera
Atera is a two Michelin star restaurant serving tasting menus only and dining experiences last approximately three hours. Please join us and spend the evening enjoying Chef Matt Lightner’s creative and playful market driven menu that makes Atera such a unique dining experience. With 20 plus courses
and no printed menu, you are encouraged to let your imaginations run wild and guess the ingredients and composition of each dish. It is for this reason that we are unfortunately unable to accommodate all dietary restrictions or allergies, so if you or your dining companions are unable to consume a certain type of food, please contact us immediately at (212) 226-1444 instead of booking online. Please note that Atera does not accommodate aversions and the current menu does not accommodate dairy free or vegan diets, chocolate or nut allergies. Please be sure to check with your dining companions to confirm there are no dietary restrictions prior to booking.
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Fun, creative, elegant, and most
Dined on 4/5/2014
Just got off my flight from SFO to
JFK and I wanted something sparking , and Sommelier, Scott Cameron, recommended a most intriguing Sake champagne, Dewazakura, Tobiroku, Yamagata to start. It just made the evening start beautifully. Each dish was better than the last .I loved the Crab and green tomatoes, borage and salsa verde, Foie gras terrine with rhubarb, sweet ginger and sorrel. The Brittany Turbot , two services: head with a truffle soup, roasted back with asparagus.Suttle taste, perfectly cooked moist and tender."
Dined on 3/19/2014
Wow, props to them for being able
to charge over $800 for two for this meal. Interesting certainly, but just not really very good. Truly at one-third the price it would be over-priced. It was fun but just not good. To paraphrase a well-known food critic who commented on a similar concept at a now-closed New York restaurant, I felt like a great big, bamboozled cheese. How do they stay open?"
Dined on 4/4/2014
Great food. Excellent for people
searching for food experiences and those who are not afraid to try something new. Amazing food and excellent service"
Dined on 4/2/2014
My wife and I had the tasting menu
at Atera and the lasting impression we both had was, ok. Nothing in particular was bad, but all dished were a bit unfocused and lacking balance. Not even the caviar dish brought that sought after feeling of Wow that I long for in a tasting menu. Sadly the best dish we had all night was the bread."
Dined on 3/4/2014
Excellence, creativity and
simplicity. Not overdoing, just perfect !"
Dined on 3/19/2014
exceptional food and service, real
impressive staff knowledge about everything related to the meal. Only drawback is the price, expensive but about the same of other restaurants of the same level."
Dined on 3/15/2014
A once in a lifetime culinary
experience! Three hours went by very fast, even with 20+ courses. The food was so fresh and a real treat for our taste buds. Highly recommend a beverage pairing with the meal. Loved watching the food preparation in the open kitchen."
Dined on 3/12/2014
The price hear is equivalent to
Daniel, but they miss Daniel's impossible to achieve mark of perfection. It's different, but frankly full of itself. For the price you pay ($195) plus extra if you want the caviar and of course any drinks in the overpriced drinks menu, a deconstructed and clever meal, which this is, should be perfect. Not just in every dish, but in the construction of the menu. Almost every dish was some form of fish, either whole (such as the indifferent halibut with fried halibut skin--really a fishy pork rind), or (the more successful) shellfish dishes. But when you build this kind of meal, you don't just have one meat dish, a very good duck. And you don't forget one of the elements, which they did for us, so I'll pass."
Dined on 3/14/2014
Excellent experience with
knowledgeable and attentive servers. Aesthetically exquisite."
Dined on 3/14/2014
We had a great gastronomic
experience, characterized by a very active and well thought sequence of extremely well finished dishes, all made with great finesse and aesthetic sense. Our expectations were fully met regarding food, service and ambience. A lighter/softer musical background would better match the food experience and the general style."
Dined on 3/5/2014
I've dined a few times at Atera,
and all dinners have been superb! The food is innovative and delcious. Service is very friendly and attentive. Wine list is among the best in NYC, and the prices are very fair. Sommelier is very knowledgeable. Atera is a wonderful blend of two of my other favorite restaurants: Momofuku Ko and EMP. 20 course tasting menu. Comfortable counter seating. Dinner will last about 3 hours. Look forward to many more dinners at Atera."
Dined on 1/10/2014
The restaurant is small, but it
provides a specatular view on the open kitchen. Dinner was an experience, with its 15+ courses. The chef is very innovative, mixing ingredients and techniques drawing from French and Asian cultures mainly. Tastes are uncommon, some very good, some less (lack of textures or too similar tastes); having two successive courses about the same key-product was a very good idea (for the lobster and duck). The beverage pairing was good, with several sakes, beers and wines, very well adapted to each course. Service was not invasive. Music was somehow too loud for such an intime setting, but this is certainly the way New Yorkers do. Overal a great experience."
Dined on 2/26/2014
There was an amazing amount of
attention and detail given to make the food as incredible as it was. Everything was superb at this restaurant!"
Dined on 1/21/2014
This was one of the most enjoyable
meals I have ever had. The food was spectacular, the presentation/preparation was art, and the drink pairings were fun and interesting. It was as engaging for the mind as it was for the taste buds."
Dined on 2/20/2014
THIS WAS OUR 2RD TIME TO ATERA AND
EACH TIME JUST GETS BETTER AND BETTER - ALWAYS IMPRESSED AND ORIGINAL...CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK AGAIN!"
Dined on 2/15/2014
My fiancé and I went here to
celebrate our anniversary! Such a great warm greet from the stuff! It is an expense place. However it was worth it! We did the reserve pairing which we had about 18 different drinks. From awesome wine, sake, Port. Didn't had any hang over at all! Love every single drink they gave us. We had coffee and espresso with our desserts and even the coffee was on point. Def going back! We took the 6pm reservation. Good choose because by the time we were don't it was close to 845! Staff was very nice and friendly! They pay attention to you."
Dined on 2/7/2014
We lobed celebrating at Atera. The
food was delicious. Every bite was better than the next They were accommodating to our food allergies."
Dined on 1/24/2014
Service food and presentation
lives up to the mark . Artful seduction in the way food is made and brought to the table"
Dined on 12/19/2013
This restaurant was super pricey
but worth every penny...unlike any dining experience I have ever had. The wait staff is superb and the food is all about the art and presentation. Get there early and hungry and you won't be disappointed."
Dined on 12/17/2013
Wonderful food and great service.
Watching the kitchen was almost as pleasurable as eating the food it prepared."
Dined on 11/21/2013
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