Keith McNally’s top 10 New York openings15th March, 2013 by db_staff
The New York Times called Keith McNally “the restauranteur who invented Downtown” and he has opened some of the city’s most iconic restaurants in the last 30 years.
From Nell’s to Balthazar and Pastis to The Odeon, McNally has built an “empire of stylish brasseries.”
He has also written and directed two feature films.
Born into a working-class family in England but based in NYC, McNally has now opened Balthazar in London, which he says will have a sense of excitement mirroring the electric atmosphere of his New York original.
Click through the following pages to see the top 10 restaurants that McNally opened in New York.