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Goldman Sachs Exec Divulges Favorite NYC Restaurants

COO David Solomon's list includes Charlie Bird, Marea, Lilia.

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If you were a top executive at Goldman Sachs, what would you spend your money on? The obvious answer: The best food money could buy.

And according to Bloomberg, recently minted chief operating officer David Solomon has been doing just that—all over New York City at a pace that outdoes some of the city’s top food critics.

How to Eat Like a Goldman Exec in New York City
David Solomon, managing director of Goldman, Sachs & Co., attends the Milken Institute Global Conference 2008 in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Tuesday, April 29, 2008. (Jamie Rector/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Here are some of the spots that he frequents, along with the neighborhood their in. Grab a reservation at one or more the next time you’re doing business in the Big Apple:

Charlie Bird (Italian) – SoHo

Lilia (Italian) – Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Carbone (Italian) – Greenwich Village

Marea (Seafood) – Central Park West

Porter House (Steak) – Columbus Circle

North End Grill (Seafood) – Lower Manhattan

Locanda Verde (Italian) – Greenwich Village

Pasquale Jones (Pizza) – SoHo

Arturo’s (Pizza) – Greenwich Village

Root & Bone (Southern) – East Village

La Esquina (Tex-Mex) – SoHo

NoMad/Mamma Guidara’s (Italian) – Gramercy Park

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