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Studio Cafe

Part of Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, Studio Cafe features seasonal American food and drink on the eighth floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Helmed by James Beardaward winning Chef Michael Anthony, Studio Cafe offers lunch and dinner menus that highlight made-to-order salads, soups, toasts, and desserts that are perfect for a quick snack or leisurely meal during a gallery visit.

Untitled

Untitled is a seasonal American restaurant from Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, helmed by Chef Michael Anthony and located at the Whitney Museum of American Art, newly designed by Renzo Piano. Untitled represents the evolution of Chef Anthony’s quintessential style of American cooking over the past decade at Gramercy Tavern, confidently pared down to reflect the boldly creative environment of the museum it calls home. Wine is overseen by Eduardo Porto Carreiro, and shares the kitchen’s commitment to seasonal evolution and passionate producers.

Back Forty West

Located in the former home of Savoy—where Peter Hoffman's pioneering farm-to-table ethics made him "a locavore before the word existed," per the New York Times—Back Forty West serves a range of casually trendy southern dishes.

 

70 Prince Street
New York, NY 10012

Amali

Amali’s name was inspired by a historical term for lands shared by modern day Greece, Italy and Turkey.

In that spirit, our menu is inspired by the Mediterranean way of life and emphasizes vegetables, olive oil, cheese, grains, and fish.

In keeping with the values of that dining tradition, we support sustainability - from the food we buy, the wine we serve, to the finishes in the restaurant and our sustainable economic practices.

 

115 E 60th Street
New York, NY 10022

City Saucery

We're a modern family business based in NYC with a mission to redefine jarred tomato sauces. Inspired by Nonna's native Calabria, Italy and following in the Mediterranean tradition, we handcraft all our sauces in small batches to ensure the highest quality with ingredients and flavor, sourcing locally, regionally and from our very own organic garden. This traditional approach to cooking is what Nonna knows and it's what we're jarring. The way tomato sauce should taste!

The Marshal

The Marshal is committed to representing the best cuisine that New York has to offer. Adhering to seasonal ingredients and natural preparation, it is our mission to make the farm-to-table experience casual, interesting, and fun.

628 Tenth Ave, New York, NY 10036

212.582.6300

 

Casa Mono

Casa Mono

52 Irving Pl.

New York, NY 10003 

 

 

Black Tree

Black tree brings you delicious and innovative sandwiches with the true pride of being in New York City. We only use local produce to create our dishes and our super seasonal recipes are only contained by our creativity and imaginations.

Sandy Dee Hall and Macnair Sillick live in Brooklyn, NY.  You can find them at the Union Square and Brooklyn Farmers Market.  They stay active so the menu stays active.  Seasonal, Fresh, Innovative.

131 Orchard Street
New York, New York 10002

Harlem Shambles

This butcher shop's name comes from its location (Harlem) and an old term for a meat market (Shambles). The shop will focus on locally sourced meats, and the owner is a trained butcher who'll be able to do custom cuts for customers.

Left Bank

Left Bank is at its core an American tavern that serves as a reflection of Greenwich Village itself. Left Bank's food is inspired by New York's local farmers, recipes of days gone by, and the relationships it has with its beloved guests. Left Bank not only thoughtfully sources humanely raised products and seeks out local fruits and vegetables, it showcases those ingredients in a simple yet sophisticated manner that allows their true flavors to shine through.

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