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Nobu Fifty Seven, the first place in New York for the legendary chef Nobu Matsuhisa, opened to many expectations in the summer of 2005. The co-owners of Nobu are its long-time partners: the famous restaurateur Drew Niporent, the Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro, and the Hollywood film producer Meir Teper. The restaurant showcases the brand-new Japanese cuisine Nobu with classic dishes such as the black cod Tiradito and Miso style, as well as a hibachi table. The restaurant received three stars from the New York Times. Designed by David Rockwell, Nobu Fifty Seven evokes the smoothness and image of an Asian river with bends and details of chandeliers in the form of an abalone, cut bamboo stalks in terrazzo tiles, tables made of scorched ash and Japanese quilted fabrics. The sake barrels from Japan rise above the bar on the first floor when visitors go to the dining room upstairs. Polished wood, rich shades and soft lighting create an atmosphere of elegance and sophistication. Direct parking - 51 West 56th Street. Any 5 hours after 18:00 is $ 16, including tax, from Monday to Friday. Any 5 hours Saturday and Sunday are 16 dollars, including tax. You must have a confirmed ticket with the owner at the front desk.
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