Who can outshine a world-renowned museum like the Whitney? Danny Meyer can—especially when his trendy restaurant, Untitled, is housed on site. Located by the entry to the popular High Line, the stunning, modern restaurant is a work of art in itself, with lovely floor-to-ceiling windows, sleek red chairs and a beautiful semi-open kitchen. Talented Chef Suzanne Cupps oversees the operations here, and the results are anything but ordinary. Witness this vegetable-focused carte reveal the likes of marinated mussels with fava, yellow eye beans and edible flowers; or stradette tossed with broccoli rabe pesto, French beans and mushrooms. Then throw caution to the wind and close out with a triple-layer peanut butter and blueberry crunch cake.
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