AD Design Show is almost ready to take over New York so today we’re taking a journey through some of the best bars and restaurants in NYC just in time to plan a few days to visit this design trade show and discover more about the city that never sleeps!
Featuring an American menu with Italian influences, L’Amico honors the food of both Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel’s past and present – inspired by both his upbringing in the European countryside, and a career spent reimagining and redefining “American” cooking and classics. Laurent Tourondel’s Italian-influenced American restaurant has a menu that includes market-driven salads, fresh pastas, thin-crust pizzas, and rustic meat dishes. An absolute stunner.
Vaucluse is a stylish brasserie with a distinctive New York vibe. Altamarea Group welcomes you to experience its foray into French cuisine through impeccable food, provocative drinks, and an alluring, vibrant setting. One of the finest dining restaurants in NYC, Vaucluse serves French classics like duck à l’orange, sole meunière, and escargots à la Bourguignonne. The kitchen is also preparing a number of house-made pastas, plus a long list of salads and vegetable-based dishes.
For lovers of Italian cuisine Sessanta is the stylish Italian restaurant in the Soho hotel Sixty Lure Fishbar from. This is a good choice for things to do in NYC.
In the early evening, the height of this dreamy, overgrown rooftop bar affords a regal view of the incredible West Side buildings and the amazing horizon, lending the place the feel of a garden party lost in time.
Located in midtown and inspired by each city block, Aldo Sohm Wine Bar embodies the energy of New York with the laid back atmosphere of Aldo’s own living room. Designed with wine director Aldo’s relaxed approach to good food and wine in mind, we invite you to drink, eat, share, relax and enjoy.
The NoMad Bar radiates the conviviality and warmth of a classic New York City tavern. The casual menu, which draws inspiration from traditional pub fare, is rooted in the style and foundation of The NoMad and Eleven Madison Park. This fireplace-lit space goes back to the late 19th century when the area was dubbed the Tenderloin due to its casinos, brothels and crime. Comes with no surprise that the bar is the craziest of the hotel’s bunch, a dazzling anomaly of a pub.
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