Tomorrow: Our 10 Best New York City Restaurant Cookbooks

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Clarkson Potter
Balthazar is known for its French bistro classics like moules à la marinière and coq au vin, the recipes for which you can find in The Balthazar Cookbook. But is it a good enough tome to land in our top 10?

There's no question that New York City offers countless amazing options when it comes to restaurants. The downside, though, is that New York City restaurants can be super expensive. But there's a way you can still (sorta) eat restaurant food at a fraction of the price -- with a restaurant's cookbook. So check back in bright and early tomorrow morning, when we'll be revealing Our 10 Best New York City Restaurant Cookbooks. Four-star dining in your pajamas has never been easier.


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Josh
Josh

#1 Chanterelle

Daniel Meks
Daniel Meks

My favorites are in no particular order 1)Babbo, 2)Esca, 3)Le Bernadin, 4)Jeanes Georges, 5)Lutece Cookbook,  6)Red Cat, 7)Balthazar 8)Union Square Cafe 9)Luchow's 10) Momofuku 11)Da Silvano 12)Les Halles 

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