Wednesday, December 6, 2017

NYC 2017 {Amaranth}

One of J and I's favorite spots to dine for brunch/lunch is Amaranth located on the Upper East Side at E. 62nd Street. We stumbled upon this gem last year and are hooked. It is definitely where the locals lunch.

I especially love the French onion soup and the four-cheese ravioli.

Amaranth is located just off Madison Avenue on 62nd Street , between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, in the heart of the most famous shopping strip of the Upper East Side of Manhattan and few steps from Central Park.
They credit their success to a very honest approach to Mediterranean cuisine:
a fusion of original Italian food and French food, great hospitality and the highest quality of ingredients that we use in our recipes.
A large portion of specialty items that are served are imported from Italy and France.
The famous Focaccia Robiola, the super fresh and tasty Seafood, creative Pasta and perfectly al dente Risotto, have attracted a dedicated fan base of New Yorkers, Europeans and celebrities, who are looking for a home away from home.
The Mediterranean Bistro has a really charming terrace during the warm season, where you can taste the delicious food or enjoy a cocktail (try the famous Frozen Cosmo!) before dinner.
Amaranth, with its well balanced wine list, is the perfect choice for a fine dining experience as well as for a casual meal with the entire family.

Amaranth, y'all!

1 comment:

  1. Good morning, Ron! I had to go back to my journal for our NYC trip in 2011 because I knew we had lunch at Amaranth, and sure enough, my friend Becky and I did! We both had the avocado and buffalo mozzarella salad with grape tomato halves and olives on top of endive and other greens with a light balsamic vinaigrette. That buffalo mozzarella was melt-in-your mouth creamy and insanely delicious! I still want you and J to go to the Monkey Bar at the Hotel Elysee--I know you and J will love it! Have a great day! xoxo


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