By Josh Ringler

The City That Never Sleeps is one of the most diverse places in the USA, let alone the world. While that means you can try many different types of cultured food, it is often hard to find the perfect restaurant to really have that authentic meal. If you are in need of a city date night and are looking for a restaurant as one of your date ideas, Tapestry could be the perfect place for you.

Tapestry will be on NYC’s list of famous restaurants soon, and the food, famous chef, and setting are easily the reasons why.

Destined to become one of NYC’s newest famous restaurants, Tapestry is located in the heart of the Meatpacking District and is run by famous chef Suvir Saran, who is also the joint’s owner.

Saran adds global flavors to his Indian cuisine. The famous chef’s menu is rather short, but what it lacks in many options, it adds in multiple flavors. Each dish is unique and will excite your taste buds!

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From appetizers, called Naashta, or noshing, to vegetables and many dishes, the restaurant has options for everyone. You and your date can share a yummy meal or get a few meals and taste test! Keeping things fun and new always keeps the relationship exciting!

The restaurant itself is also almost as good looking as the food. Many of New York’s famous restaurants have an awesome interior and Tapestry does not disappoint. From the light bulb covered ceiling to modern interior design, the restaurant is eye popping and exciting.

One of the coolest parts about a meal at Tapestry, though, are the dishes and glasses. Instead of your traditional cups and plates, Saran uses fancy bronze colored tumblers and black slates for plates. The way the food is served is complimented by the silverware and that is truly unique!

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Tapestry has something for everyone. Whether you want to try something new or want a little global flare in your stomach, this restaurant has it all, and you would make a mistake in not giving it a try!

Have you tried Tapestry? What was your favorite dish? Let us know in the comments below!