Annual list reveals the country’s finest new restaurants for eating well and talking business.
NEW YORK, April 7, 2014 — Worth magazine (http://www.worth.com), the definitive wealth management and lifestyle magazine for high net worth readers, unveils its annual list of the “Top 10 Power Lunch Restaurants” in the U.S., featured in its April-May 2014 issue available on newsstands now. The list distinguishes the most ideal new eateries for talking business and eating well—from New York’s Betony to Los Angeles’ Rivabella.
Featured restaurants are:
1. Betony, New York, NY (http://www.betony-nyc.com): Publishing, broadcasting and finance leaders have been piling in ever since Betony added a lunch menu.
2. Rivabella, Los Angeles, CA (http://www.innovativedining.com/restaurants/rivabella): Entertainment executives like Brad Grey of Paramount and celebrities including Halle Berry, Eva Longoria and Jessica Alba are fans of this West Hollywood newcomer.
3. Lucy Restaurant & Bar, Yountville, CA (http://www.bardessono.com/restaurant_bar): With its private dining room, separate meeting areas and a wine list offering more than 400 bottles, Lucy Restaurant & Bar has been drawing in industry executives from San Francisco’s booming tech scene.
4. Terzo Piano, Chicago, IL (http://www.terzopianochicago.com): Only recently has this eatery’s bright and minimalist dining room caught on with the business crowd, impressing real estate executives and finance leaders alike.
5. Blue Dragon, Boston, MA (http://www.ming.com/blue-dragon.htm): Chef Ming Tsai’s PBS hit Simply Ming has entrepreneurs, architects and designers dying to taste this East-meets-West cuisine.
6. AF+B, Forth Worth, TX (http://www.afandbfortworth.com): Energy barons like Lee Bass, Wesley Moncrief and Barney Holland, Jr. have a new favorite lunch spot at AF+B.
7. Fiola, Washington, D.C. (http://www.fioladc.com): Open just over two years, Fiola offers an upscale, three-course Italian “power lunch,” perfect for D.C.’s politicians, lobbyists and lawyers.
8. Pinewood Social, Nashville, TN (http://pinewoodsocial.com): This casual meeting spot includes couches, outlets for laptops and even a bowling lane if you want to celebrate a deal with a game.
9. King + Duke, Atlanta, GA (http://www.kinganddukeatl.com): Chef/restaurateur Ford Fry has done it again with this new sister to the Optimist, luring in executives with his intriguing Southern concoctions.
10. MC Kitchen, Miami, FL (http://mckitchenmiami.com): Miami’s designers, models and lawyers favor this sleek but welcoming meeting place with delectable yet healthy eating options.
For more information on Worth’s “Top 10 Power Lunch Restaurants” list, check out worth.com or the current issue of Worth, available on newsstands and digitally in the App Store.
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