Hudson Yards just opened last year with a lot of amazing restaurants inside The Shops at Hudson Yards. Well-known chefs like José Andrés, Thomas Keller, and David Chang amazed us with a Michelin Star cuisine and some of the best menus in the area. In March this year, there will be a restaurant opening at Hudson Yards that will set the bar even a little higher.
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We’re talking about Peak. A 10,000 square-foot restaurant, bar and event space, located on the 101st-floor of 30 Hudson Yards—the development’s tallest building.
Peak Restaurant at Hudson Yards
Helmed by Executive Chef Chris Cryer (formerly Executive Chef at one of our favorite restaurants in Manhattan Seamore’s), Peak at Hudson Yards will be a modern American a la carte restaurant with breathtaking views of New York City and beyond.
Designed by renowned architect David Rockwell, Peak will be located at the summit of the 1,296-foot tall tower. So, the name Peak couldn’t be more accurate, right? Express elevators will take guests from the lounge to the 101st floor in a heartbeat.
The restaurant Peak sits one floor above the much-anticipated observation deck at Hudson Yards Edge.
Occupying the entire 101st-floor, the restaurant will encompass a 110-seat dining room, a 45-seat cocktail bar which both will be offering the south-facing view of downtown, the harbor, and sunsets. A private dining room and an event space for up to 300. Perfect for weddings, fancy dinners, your unforgettable night out in New York, or a great place to have a drink after visiting the observation deck Edge at Hudson Yards.
Food and drinks at Peak
We heard that the menu will be influenced by Chef Cryer’s long-standing relationships with local fishermen, farmers, and purveyors as well as his personal commitment to sustainability. The team around Chef Cryer are well-known New York City hospitality professionals including Chris Nelson, General Manager (formerly Union Square Cafe) and Zack Kameron, Beverage Director (formerly Head Sommelier, A Voce Columbus). Expect an exclusive dining experience with dark oak floors, marble and wood tabletops, a U-shaped marble bar, and a mirror-polished metal ceiling that reflects the Manhattan skyline.
Reservations will be taken starting on Feb. 17
We are super excited for Peak to open in March 2020 and we will update you guys with everything you need to know about New York City’s newest restaurant addition in one of the trendiest areas in the city. For more information visit: www.peaknyc.com or @peak.nyc.1
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