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NYC Restaurants in HBO’s Succession | Dine Like the Roy Family

HBO’s Succession is an award-winning show that highlights some of the most ICONIC restaurants in NYC.

As HBO’s Succession wraps up the fourth season, we can’t help but to be inspired by the ICONIC NYC restaurants and locations featured throughout the series. The Roy family is seen dining at some of the best-of-the-best and most ICONIC restaurants in New York, including a few honored with inclusion on the Michelin Guide.

Courtesy of Le Coucou and DITTE ISAGER

LE COUCOU

Featured in season one of Succession, one Michelin star French restaurant Le Coucou is helmed by acclaimed Chef Daniel Rose in collaboration with restaurateur Stephen Starr. Inspired by Rose’ more than 15 years in France and attending the American University of Paris, Le Coucou was designed by Roman and Williams to exude fine European gastronomy.

The dinner menu includes French-inspired cuisine like bar noir, sauce presque vierge aux écrevisses, which is sea bass, crayfish tail vinaigrette with green tomato and mint. For dessert, indulge in Ananas Rôti, roasted pineapple, passion fruit and banana, coconut ice cream and Jamaican rum.

Photo courtesy of Al Coro

AL CORO

Honored with two Michelin stars and a cameo on season two of Succession, Al Coro serves seasonal Italian dishes, led by Executive Chef Melissa Rodriguez. Guests pick between a three, five or seven course tasting menu, paired with wine.

Chef Rodriguez’s delightful menu is always changing, so we recommend visiting in different seasons for a fresh experience. Right now, the menu includes langoustine crudo with citrus, spring onion and soft herbs as a starter course, and hazelnut yuzu panna cotta citrus crumb with pomelo, olio fresco and meringue for dessert.

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CHELSEA SQUARE RESTAURANT

A classic NYC diner, Chelsea Square Restaurant was featured in the first season of HBO’s Succession. Open 24 hours a day, the restaurant is a haven for both the night owl and the morning bird, with an extensive breakfast menu, sandwiches and fish entrees.

MARK RESTAURANT BY JEAN-GEORGES

Featured in season four of Succession, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s vision is one of exquisitely crafted plates of innovative European-inspired entrees. Offering meals to satisfy the cravings for both simple and eclectic dishes, the Mark Restaurant also has a great selection of wines to pair.

For dinner, choose from raw seafood dishes like egg caviar or chilled Maine lobster, or go traditional with options including slow cooked salmon, grilled lamb chops or 28-day-aged ribeye for two.

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Photography courtesy of THE GRILL

THE GRILL

Staying true to its name, THE GRILL uses a grill to create decadent American food in a Mid-Century Modern motif. Included in season four of HBO’s Succession and on the Michelin Guide, THE GRILL offers luxurious entrees like guinea hen claiborne with Madeira, black truffle and endive and 21 ounce New York strip.

Photography courtesy of Peter McManus Café by 19th and 7th

PETER MCMANUS CAFÉ

The oldest family-run bar in NYC was featured in the fourth season of Succession. Peter McManus Café opened in 1936 and serves New York-style Irish food, voted best burger in NYC two times by Time Out New York. With big salads, irresistible roast beef club sandwiches and Guiness on tap, the family-owned neighborhood bar is a classic of the area.

CIPRIANI 25 BROADWAY

A NYC landmark designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris and completed in 1921, Cipriani 25 Broadway in lower Manhattan exudes the opulence that the Roy family is accustomed to. Featured in season one of Succession as an event space, Cipriani boasts 65-foot high ceilings and murals painted by Ezra Winter.

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