Sky-High Fine Dining At Manhatta

Sky-High Fine Dining At Manhatta

By: Caroline De Tino

Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group is at is again, this time 60 stories above Lower Manhattan!

His elegant new eatery, Manhatta, lets you indulge in seasonal and soulful food with a French twist.  Executive chef Jason Pfeifer puts together dishes with robust and delicate selections of wine. Savor plates of Foie Gras, Squash Risotto, and a Vanilla Souffle with a rich butterscotch sauce.

Sit by the granite bar and take in the astounding atmosphere coupled with breathtaking views of New York City’s skyline, bridges, and waterways, all while sipping on cocktails such as The Manhatta, Castle Garden, or Treaty of Breda.

Nothing is better for a romantic evening or even a business meeting, than a flavorful dinner with a view.  Lunch and dinner are both available making this newcomer a great new neighborhood spot! For reservations and more, click here.

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