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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