Those of you who've been to your fair share of tasting events know that they're a lot of fun, giving you access to some of the City's crem della crem restaurants that aren't always the easiest to get into and aren't always the most wallet friendly. I really love New York Taste in particular, as it's a great conglomeration of New York's best, often giving me ideas of where to go throughout the year and really judging for myself whether the hype of a certain new restaurant is worth it.
This year's event on Monday, November 5th (from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.) is particularly exciting, as it's being hosted in a new venue the historic Waterfront, which was built in 1891, providing a blend of history and modernity.
I was also excited to see the impressive list of restaurants that will be featured at this year's event. Here's a sampling, but you can check them all out on NY Taste's site.
* A Voce * Aldea * Benoit * Bistro La Promenade * BLT Fish * Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns * Bobo * Booker and Dax at Momofuku Ssam * Brushstroke * Clover Club * Corton * Crave Fishbar * Ed’s Chowder House * FP Patisserie * Hill Country * La Silhouette * Le Bernardin * Le Cirque * Lincoln * Morimoto * NoMad Restaurant * Osteria Morini * Porter House New York * Recette * Red Rooster Harlem * Rouge Tomate * SHO Shaun Hergatt * Telepan * Tertulia * William Greenberg Desserts * Wong *
I hope this little preview, as well as my pictures from past events have whet your appetite.
You can purchase your tickets here, for which a portion of the proceeds go to City Harvest, to help fight hunger.
Tasting events are a lot of fun, giving access restaurants that aren't always the easiest to get into and aren't always the most wallet friendly. I also love New York Taste in particular, it always has the best with impressive list of restaurants every year.ReplyDelete