Haute Cuisine: Restaurants for Fashion Week
49 W. 44th St., 212-453-4233
The three-course lunch features, among other dishes, east coast oysters and roasted root vegetables ($45).
111 E. 56th St., 212-935-6600
To escape the crowds and paparazzi of Lincoln Center, head to Harlow on the east side and indulge in the $35 prix-fixe Fashion Week lunch menu. Offerings include a cream of kabocha squash soup, salmon with chipotle corn, Asian pear and cilantro salad and panna cotta.
795 Fifth Ave., 212-940-8195
Conveniently located across the park from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Sirio will offer special menus throughout the week. Executive Chef Massimo Bebber will be whipping up three-course prix fixe menus for lunch ($45) and dinner ($65), perfect fueling for through the tents in the afternoon or unwinding in the evening after a long day of shows.
The Lincoln Square Business Improvement District is offering its own set of dining promotions. For all of Fashion Week, 28 of the Upper West Side’s renowned restaurants are offering a Fashion Plate Prix Fixe menu. For a complete list of participating eateries, visit www.lincolnsquarebid.org/fashionweek.
1900 Broadway, 212-496-5700
The Smith is a casual American Brasserie that offers a breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner menu with a selection of familiar bistro dishes. Its three course prix fixe lunch menu for Fashion Week is $27, and if you go for breakfast, you get a free cocktail.
200 W. 70th St., 212-873-7411
Café Luxembourg, with its own prix-fixe menu for both breakfast and lunch, is offering a special cocktail. The “Sparkling Grapefruit”: French grapefruit liqueur with fresh grapefruit juice and prosecco is being served with breakfast, brunch and lunch.
141 W. 69th St ., 646-692-8762
Andanada, the Spanish tapas restaurant on the Upper West Side, is a prime location for post-fashion show food. Its three course prix-fixe dinner for Fashion Week is $38, and they offer a late-night happy hour, from 10 p.m.-12 p.m.