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Serene Deliciousness at Aquavit (2* Michelin)

Partially open kitchen seen at Main Dining Room Non-alcoholic beverages: Glacial Melt & Ligonberry Spritz I’m happy to say after eating at Aquavit after all of these years, it is still very good for both the food and service. This restaurant opened back in 1987 and it made the reputation of Marcus Samuelsson and moved in 2005 from a light-drenched atrium with a defining waterfall to a more prosaic space in a pink-granite tower in the East 50s, where it stands now. The restaurant had a renovation that finished this past October now has a 40-seat bar and lounge area..