Marcus’ all-day bistro infuses American comfort food with chef Marcus Samuelsson’s culinary heritage in dishes like Ethiopianspiced fried chicken served in dramatic settings that honor his cultural roots. At Fish, Michelin-starred chef José Andrés’ love for the region’s bounty, along with his Spanish and modernist background, shine through in dishes like lobster jambalaya, served paella-style (below). The airy space opens onto a fountain plaza, where Andrés plans to serve Maryland hard-shell crabs in nice weather. At the residence-like Voltaggio Steak House, “Top Chef” brothers Bryan and Michael dish iceberg wedge salads dusted with gorgonzola “snow” and a classic spinach side with a puff of “aerated” cheddar. Still, traditionalists can count on thick cuts of meat—and Parker House rolls.