Based in New York City, Lee Hnetinka serves as the co-founder and CEO of on-demand delivery platform Darkstore, which offers same-day and one-hour delivery services through fulfillment locations in major cities such as San Francisco and Phoenix. When he is not working, Lee Hnetinka enjoys dining at Michelin-starred restaurants.
In New York City, there are more than 70 Michelin-rated restaurants, including five establishments that, as of 2018, have earned the highest Michelin distinction of three stars.
1. Per Se
Chef Thomas Keller helms this French eatery, which offers a nine-course tasting menu as well as la carte options.
Diners frequent Masayoshi Takayama’s temple-like Upper West Side space knowing that the chef will spare no expense in serving exquisitely prepared, high-end sushi.
3. Le Bernardin
Haute French seafood has been the calling card of Le Bernardin since opening in 1986, and chef Eric Ripert continues to uphold the restaurant’s celebrated tradition.
4. Eleven Madison Park
Seasonal menu options attract food lovers to chef Daniel Humm’s Eleven Madison Park, which was named the world’s best restaurant in 2017.
5. Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Chef Cesar Ramirez offers a tasting menu of Japanese- and French-inspired cuisine at his minimalist Boerum Hill location.