A Delicious Way to Celebrate the End of Summer: Resy Presents Off Menu Week NY
New York City has its share of restaurant weeks throughout the year, but now there’s a new one that has me quite intrigued. Resy’s Off Menu Week NY gives you an insidery glimpse into how chefs create their next superstar dish. From September 16-22 Resy and American Express® give you a privileged look at some of your favorite chefs at work. It’s a delicious and exciting way to celebrate the end of summer.
|Estela - credit: Estela|
Many of my favorites have extended invitations to experience their inner workings like Wayan, the new French-Indonesian bistro in Nolita from Cédric Vongerichten (Jean-Georges’ son), to Estela, also in Nolita where Mediterranean-influenced plates are popular along with bar seating; Loring Place with its veggie-forward choices; sleek, theatrical Chinese Tuxedo on Doyers Street; and the fiery dishes from Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese Food in both Chinatown and Bushwick. Wine lovers will want to reserve at Aldo Sohm’s tony Wine Bar in Midtown West. Master sommelier Sohm’s wine prowess at Le Bernardin is legendary.
|Wayan - credit: Moly Tavoletti|
I’m intrigued by the chance to try these restaurants’ experimental concepts and off-menu dishes. As usual with most NYC foodie-centric events, seats are very limited, so I suggest jumping on your computer to book now. Don’t forget to read the fine print regarding cancellations so you won’t get charged if you can’t go.
Here’s the list of participants.
Click on the name below to make your reservation:
Aldo Sohm Wine Bar • Bar Beau • Tetsu • Grand Army • Celestine • Air’s Champagne Parlor • Loring Place • Estela • Shuko • Cafe Altro Paradiso • Di an Di • Wayan • Charlie Palmer Steak • Aureole • Ferris • Frankies Spuntino at Franks Wine Bar • Wayla • Chefs Club • Mission Chinese Food Chinatown • Mission Chinese Food Bushwick • SUGARCANE raw bar grill • Hanoi House • Chinese Tuxedo • Momofuku Nishi • Fedora • Simon & The Whale • Perry St • Miznon North
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