Set within the InterContinental at the Wharf, Kith/Kin boasts towering ceilings, floods of sunlight and fabulous water views. But it isn’t just about good looks here—the kitchen offers a bevy of surprises via West African, Caribbean and Creole influences. Of course, Chef Kwame Onwuachi has trained at some of the country’s top restaurants, so expect nothing but special flavors and precise techniques. Charcuterie turns tradition on its head with berbere chicharrónes and jerk duck prosciutto. Smoked redfish pâté and andouille sausage over toast is another highlight. For dessert, roasted, seedless (and heatless) habanada peppers are filled with its own mousse and served with elderflower granité, thereby proving that these unique dishes demand your attention.