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Restaurant Bar The Harrison
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The Harrison, New York

USA
Greenwich St 355
NY 10013 New York




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Einleitung, The Harrison

"Every once in a while, a restaurant-bar comes along that matches, in style and cuisine, the mood of the moment. The Harrison is one of those." - The New York Times, USA.

Genaue Angaben, The Harrison

When Jimmy Bradley launched The Red Cat in New York's Chelsea district, the restaurant became an instant and - as time has shown - enduring success. When he opened The Harrison (355 Greenwich Street) in October 2001, Bradley again proved that his combination of bold, seasonally inspired cooking, sincere hospitality, and thoughtful decor delivers a restaurant remarkably in tune with its neighborhood and the city at large. This is also due to the hard work of Steven Eckler who was the opening General Manager at The Harrison and who, after a brief leave, became managing partner of both The Red Cat and The Harrison in 2007. Jimmy Bradley is back at the helm in the kitchen with the help of Chef de Cuisine Steve Dustin. With this change the menu will also evolve, offering guests old favorites and new interpretations of the lusty, rustic and soulful dishes that made The Harrison a city favorite when it first opened. To match its culinary ambitions, The Harrison features an award-winning 300-label wine list of both New and Old World selections, augmented by approximately 30 half-bottles and about 20 wines by the glass. The list is constantly adapted in an effort to choose local and seasonal wines to pair with various menu items. Rounding out the program is an extensive list of well-chosen single malt scotch, tequila, mescal, cognac and other handmade spirits and digestifs. From the restaurant's entrance on Harrison Street, guests pass through a small vestibule that affords a glimpse of the 85-seat dining room through a weathered window frame. The north side of the room is dominated by the restaurant's bar, topped with a single, solid 20-foot length of hand-rubbed black walnut. A table-height room divider of walnut slats bound with strips of cold-rolled steel runs opposite the bar, bisecting the dining room. Bradley has also collected a handful of antiques, most notably an 18th century French cobbler's cabinet found in Lyon reassigned to act as a service station. During the spring and summer, the restaurant adds 40 additional seats along the Greenwich Street sidewalk for al fresco dining. Drawing upon over two decades in the restaurant business, Bradley and Eckler have placed their guests' comfort and pleasure ahead of all other concerns, creating a welcoming destination for Tribeca residents and visitors alike.

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