Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Petrossian - Restaurant Week in NYC



I love Restaurant Week in NYC. Winter: January 24-February 6. Lunch is $24.07 and Dinner is $35.00. There are over 300 restaurants participating.
My first restaurant is Petrossian, on 58th and 7th Avenue. It was Founded in 1984 by the Petrossian family. It serves a French influenced contemporary menu. The bar has an enormous Art Deco style, the china is Limoges a Lanvin Chandelier and the Crystal by Lalique. Champagne and Caviar always in season and so stylish to be seen sipping vodka.

martini with blue cheese stuffed olives (Him drink - Me olives)


asparagus & prosciutto salad. shaved Parmesan Reggiano, roasted walnuts with a roasted shallot vinaigrette (Me)


smoked salmon, creme fraiche, dill with toast points (Him)


red wine and apple cider braised beef short ribs with parsnip puree and braised red cabbage(Both)


chocolate ganache spiced tart with ice cream (Me)


peach cobbler with vanilla sauce (Him)


even the sink is cool

8 comments:

Jenny S said...

Oh my goodness! What fun! I went to a wine dinner at a local restaurant. No pictures though, but it was so much fun!

Holly Loves Art said...

Yum! Thanks for sharing all the yummy pictures that of course make my mouth water! Hope you're having a great week.
Hugs,
Holly

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, yes! Grace, this is divine!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Oh my Grace! I haven't tried this restaurant as yet. We went to Rosa Mexicana for restaurant week as we had opera tickets and it's right across from Lincoln Center.

Sandy Michelle said...

YUMMO! Why am I not surprised that you took a picture of the bathhroom sink..lol! Have a great weekend!~ Sand xox

Stevie said...

Mmm, delish! And your desserts look heavenly! Happy to hear you got to go with all this snow and you were able to enjoy yourself! xoxoxo

Fifi Flowers said...

Looks DIVINE!

Carmie of the Single Nester said...

Restaurant Week is always a fun and economical way to try out great restaurants.