NYC’s Manhatta restaurant has reopened for food and drink with a view


Manhatta was a fast New York favorite for its sub-$100 tasting menu and priceless, Views from the 60th floor from July 2018 to early 2020. Now, after a dormant period that has outgrown its original run, the dazzling downtown destination is once again open with a new purpose and the same stunning paintings.

Photography: Courtesy of Giada Paoloni

His return will span two acts. The bar program is the first, where some of the $19 cocktails are named after local neighborhoods. The Astoria is made with white, dry vermouth, a blend of gin, chrysanthemum, palo santo and pickled honeydew. The Red Hook blends coconut-infused toasted rye, Italian vermouth, maraschino and chocolate. And the Manhatta(n) starts with rye and adds bourbon, Cocchi Vermouth di Torino, raspberry, nuts and coffee bitters. The wine list has nearly 2,000 bottles, 20 of which are available by the glass. Beers were sourced from New York State and regional makers.

A truncated food menu includes creme fraiche fries ($8), oysters ($30 a dozen), lobster rolls ($24), fried chicken ($26) and burgers ($30). The restaurant will reorient itself once again this spring when Manhatta announces its new chef. A refreshed event space and expansion of the south-facing bar will follow. The entire 100-seat plaza is open in the meantime.

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