Posts Tagged ‘tribeca’
Danny Meyers and Chef Floyd Cardoz have taken their talents to the southern tip of Manhattan- Battery Park City. North End Grill is a casual, open, chic, modern resto stocked with a stylish dining room, vibrant bar area and open kitchen. The vibe and aesthetic lends itself to business lunches/dinners, gatherings for locals, and weekend brunch.
The American menu with eclectic and classic options delivers flavorful and skillfully prepared dishes. I was a big fan of the egg section. It’s worth a visit if you’re in the area.
And you know it doesn’t end with the main dining room, there’s a lounge downstairs to keep the good vibes and libations flowing. I wouldn’t go here for a culinary experience…it’s more for a fun night out.
Marcus Samuelsson is an award-winning chef (one of MY FAVES), cookbook author, food activist, and winner of Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters”! He’s known for his bold flavors and global influences- particularly from Africa and Sweden. His food is inventive, classy, well-executed and flavorful.
Red Rooster [in Harlem] is Marcus’ latest venture, and here it’s all about cooking from the SOUL- featuring a menu of New American comfort food classics. I was there a few weeks ago and enjoyed every bite! Red Rooster is a wonderful addition to Harlem!
Check out Marcus’ Sip, Chat, Chow:
These are the hottest tables (Sip, Chat, Chow APPROVED) in town for Valentine’s Day! Score a ressie at one of these spots and you’ll definitely impress!
Ciano- Get a table close to the fireplace and enjoy the Italian fare.
45 E 22nd St / 212-982-8422
Weather Up- Spend the night sharing oysters and caviar…sipping on cocktails!
159 Duane St
A Voce Columbus- Great Italian food with a view to match.
10 Columbus Circle- Time Warner Center, 3rd Floor / 212-823-2523
Blue Hill- Farm fresh dining in a quaint townhouse.
75 Washington Pl / 212-539-1776