Eater NY Features The Wilson in Chelsea restaurant the Wilson debuts a fancy menu for dogs

All-day Chelsea restaurant the Wilson has debuted a new menu — except it’s only for dogs. The dog food was put together by culinary director Jeff Haskell and includes fancy (and wildly expensive) dishes like a 16-ounce grilled ribeye steak ($42), pan-roasted salmon ($28), and grilled chicken breast ($16). It’ll be available on the restaurant’s side patio for now, but will expand to the front terrace once the weather is warmer. See the full menu below.

 

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Your Weekend Plans Features Cleo in Their Roundup For The Week

Cleo: Cleo, located on Park Ave and East 30th Street inside The Mondrian Hotel, is a great, modern, upscale Mediterranean spot to head to on a Saturday night. The main bar is a fun hangout spot within itself – located at the very front of the restaurant with plenty of seating and a wide variety of cocktails to choose from! We tried a whole bunch of delicious food, including the hummus, zucchini chips, and Greek salad to start. The pita bread that comes with the hummus was extra doughy, which we really appreciated. Next up, we went for the chicken kebabs, brussel sprouts and saffron rice. The brussel sprouts with hazelnuts, orange, fresno chili, cilantro, and soy sherry vin were the winner by far …. until we got to dessert. Don’t leave without trying the sticky toffee pudding which comes with butterscotch, walnut tuile, and vanilla gelato. The chocolate cake underneath the ice cream came out smoking hot, with actual steam released as we cut into our first bite! We must note that the service was also extra outstanding, from great recommendations on what to order, to making sure our wine glass was always perfectly full. Thanks, Cleo, for making us feel like Cleopatra ;).

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Forbes Features The Wilson in New York City Restaurant Adds Special Menu For Dogs

New York City Restaurant Adds Special Menu For Dogs

New York City dining is going to the dogs. At least, at one mutt-friendly Manhattan restaurant.

The Wilson, a contemporary American restaurant in Chelsea, is inviting pampered pups to dine alongside their owners to enjoy its first-ever dog menu. Inspired by Culinary Director Jeff Haskell’s cooking for his own dog, these puppy-friendly dishes can be shared between pets and humans, though the latter can can also order off a more extensive, less pet-friendly menu as well.

The Wilson’s first dog menu includes a 16 oz grilled ribeye steak with  grilled baby vegetables and steak jus ($42), pan roasted true north salmon with steamed vegetables and lemon ($28), grilled chicken breast with baby vegetables ($16) and lighter sides like a bowl of sliced apples and heirloom carrots ($11) or a bowl of mixed berries ($14).

The Wilson is located at 132 West 27th Street and open seven days a week. Reservations are available by emailing [email protected] and letting them know you’re interested in the Dog Menu. Seating is limited in the dog-friendly area of the venue,  available on a first-come-first-serve basis, year-round.

 

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Uproxx Features Refinery Rooftop in Bartenders Tell Us The Best Gins For National Gin And Tonic Day

Alli Torres, Bartender at Refinery Rooftop in New York City

“My favorite gin to work with right now is a local one from New York Distilling Co; Dorothy Parker. It has some fun botanicals that really pop when mixed with a strong tonic. Highlighting the elderberries and cinnamon in the recipe, I like to use Q-Indian Tonic with a cracked cinnamon stick and a slice of pear in my Gin & Tonics. It’s so clean and delicious, it doesn’t need much to showcase the flavors.”

 

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Off The MRKT Features Mondrian Terrace in The Best Rooftop Restaurants in NYC This Spring

Mondrian Terrace is located on the 15th floor of the Mondrian Park Avenue. Overlooking the corner of Park Avenue and 30th Street, the terrace offers breathtaking views of Manhattan paired with signature cocktails, small bites, and year-round outdoor seating. Mondrian Terrace is a year-round al fresco venue that features both indoor and outdoor lounge seating. The terrace is available to book for private events or open to the public every Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 11pm.

 

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Off The MRKT Features The Wilson in The Best Restaurants in NYC This Spring

Located on 132 West 27th Street, The Wilson opened in October 2018. The restaurant is just through the entrance of INNSIDE by Meliá New York and is home to a stunning, laid back open terrace that acts as a sun trap during the spring and summer. The open back terrace of the split level venue acts as an oasis of greenery and light in the middle of New York City. Inspired by the fabled relationship between a seasoned fisherman and his beloved bulldog, The Wilson celebrates true camaraderie – the camaraderie of food and drink, New Yorkers and visitors, family and friends

 

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Medium Features Mondrian Terrace in Spring Rooftops that are worth the visit this season

Mondrian Terrace is located on the 15th floor of the Mondrian Park Avenue. Overlooking the corner of Park Avenue and 30th Street, the terrace offers impressive views of New York City.

Sip on signature cocktails paired with delicious small bites as you watch the sunset over downtown Manhattan. With both indoor and outdoor seating, Mondrian Terrace is the perfect spot for an after work drink, celebration with friends, or casual nightcap during the longer summer evenings.

 

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Medium Features Refinery Rooftop in Spring Rooftops that are worth the visit this season

This stunning rooftop bar with both indoor and outdoor seating, boasts unobstructed views of the iconic Empire State Building and the busy streets below of Manhattan’s historic Garment District. The outdoor terrace is comfortable and relaxed with couches and low tables to sit back, chill out and take in the breathtaking surroundings and blue skies.

With an extensive list of signature, seasonal cocktails, NY classics, and a speciality “mocktail” list paired with a simple but delicious food menu, Refinery Rooftop offers guests the ultimate outdoor dining experience during the warm weather. As part of the I Give A Sip campaign, this springtime Refinery Rooftop features the signature Spring Freezer cocktail made with Tito’s Vodka, elderflower, raspberry, lemon, topped with prosecco.

From every signature cocktail sold, $1 will go towards GrowNYC to improve New York City’s quality of life through environmental programs that transform communities and empower all New Yorkers.

 

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Guest of a Guest Features Refinery Rooftop in The Best NYC Rooftop Bars For Drinks With A View This Spring

The Refinery Rooftop dazzles guests with exposed brick, twinkle lights, and exquisite views – especially of the close-up Empire State Building. Not only is the food delicious, the drinks (and crowd) are ideal for after-work socializing.

Refinery Rooftop, 63 W 38th St.

 

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Downtown Magazine Features Park Avenue in Game of Thrones Season Premiere Viewing Party

In celebration of the eighth and final series of everyone’s favorite show, Park Avenue Tavern (99 Park Avenue) will be hosting a Game Of Thrones viewing party every Sunday throughout the highly anticipated season. Kicking off on Sunday, April 14th, GoT fans can avail of two hours bottomless beer and grog from 7:00–9:00 PM for $25 with the purchase of any entree. Whether you’re team Stark, team White Walker or team Lannister, why not make it a banquet fit for GoT sovereignty by reserving a table with personal built in beer taps!

At 9:00 PM, each episode will be shown on three TV screens throughout the bar with the sound on so patrons can enjoy the spectacle with a crowd of fellow fans. Winter is here at Park Avenue Tavern so you can definitely expect dragons, a lot of snow, and more big battles than ever before! Reservations can be made through [email protected]

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