Father’s Day 2016

With Father’s Day approaching, we thought we would share some of our top restaurant choices in Manhattan. Spoil your Father this Father’s Day by treating him to one of the hottest tables in New York right now.



Tapestry is new restaurant from Suvir Saran, of the critically acclaimed Indian restaurant Devi. The white brick restaurant, with a swath of white quartz bar and polished woodwork, is hung with pieces by Indian artists. This new West Village restaurant focuses on seasonal fare with an array of global influence, touching on influences from the cuisines of India, France, Italy, Mexico and Portugal. The eclectic menu features dishes as Haleem Chili Nachos and Sea Bass Ceviche.

Günter Seeger

Günter Seegar
The highly anticipated restaurant opening of the year is finally here. Renowned Chef Günter Seeger has opened his new restaurant on Hudson Street in the fashionable Meatpacking District. This tiny fine dining venue features a prix fixe menu that changes almost daily based around the day’s produce. Located at 641 Hudson Street, the restaurant has a bar cart parked by the entrance and seating for 34 in the dining room, with an additional eight spots at a “friends’ table” in the large open kitchen.



New York has gained another French bistro, Mimi NYC. The menu at Mimi NYC however, is anything but generic. The Chef, Liz Johnson has gained experience in some of the most impressive restaurants globally, including Noma in Copenhagen, deemed the world’s number one restaurant. The décor has a chic and intimate feel as you dine surrounded by marble and metal. The menu features dishes such as Bacon-Wrapped Veal Shank and Cured Sea Trout.

Big Apple Barbeque Block Party


There is only one place to be the weekend before Father’s Day: The Big Apple Barbeque Block Party. This will be the 14th annual BABBP. Taking place on June 11th and June 12th, the BABBP is a charity event benefiting the Madison Square Park Conservancy. Traditionally, the BABBP has brought as many as 17 different barbeque pitmasters from across the nation and attracted as many as 125,000 visitors. This year’s event in Madison Square Park will feature Jean Paul Bourgeois (Blue Smoke, NY); Joe Duncan (Bakers Robs, Dallas); Pat Martin (Martin’s B-B-Que, Nashville) to name a few. Tickets are on sale now.

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