Megu New York

62 Thomas Street New YorkNY10013
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by merchantcircle on April 26, 2017 from merchantcircle


What to Drink:
The wine list includes $40-$60 reislings, Gruner Veltliners and gewurtztraminers, which pair well with the food. Don't overlook the exhaustive sake and sochu list.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
Where to Sit:
The 75-seat upstairs bar, wallpapered with bolts of antique kimono fabrics is more serene. Three large lounge tables overlook the scene below, and there's a private room for parties.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

"Impressive", "over-the-top" decor centered around a "giant Buddha" ice sculpture sets the stage for "delectable" modern Japanese "fine dining" at these TriBeCa–Midtown East "stunners", where "meticulous" service takes the edge off "steep" tabs; they're perfect for a "power meal", "date" or any time "someone else is paying."
by zagat on January 22, 2014 from zagat
Japanese artwork graces the walls of this uber-luxe Japanese lounge, where a small bar shares space with a dancefloor from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. So if you find yourself in the mood for a bit of pre-dinner dancing, Megu is your spot! Oh, and did we mention that the waitresses wear swimsuits?
by nyc on November 04, 2012 from nyc
This restaurant has changed locations megu restaurant review:
Megu (which means blessing in Japanese) is set on two levels and 13,000-square-feet of shadowy space. The $6 million restaurant, designed by Yasumichi Morita, is dynamic and sexy, so, as you might imagine, it is also very loud, with 120 speakers set around. The menu is enormous, going from category to category, and owner Koji Imai insists he brings in only the very finest ingredients from all...
by gayot on November 08, 2011 from gayot
Koji Imai's dramatic, bi-level zen-modern fortress. Celebs fend off autographs in cushy booths, mesmerized by the life-size ice Buddha melting into a pool of rose petals. Somewhat confusing menu yields huge flavors in teeny-tiny portions. Try the toro steak in white truffle oil or the Kobe beef cooked in sake—we know we're supposed to rise above our earthly desires, but we can't help ourselves....
by blackbookmag on September 17, 2011 from blackbookmag

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Modern Japanese cuisine. Sushi. Champagne. Specialty steaks. Imported Japanese fish. Private dining. Sushi bar. Events, birthdays, corporate functions, private parties.
by yahoolocal on July 11, 2017 from yahoolocal