Fotografiska - the internationally renowned destination for photography founded in Stockholm - showcasing a diverse range of artists, perspectives, and photographic mediums. This New York outpost occupies a six-floor, Renaissance revival building, originally constructed in 1894.
Its name a nod to Veronica, the patron saint of photography, discover a luxurious all-day restaurant in the grand European tradition, located on the second floor of the museum. Interiors have been overseen by Roman and Williams, a New York-based studio Starr has previously worked with on Le Coucou and Upland. Think creamy hues and massive brass lighting fixtures, complemented by mohair seating.
The kitchens are headed up by chef Robert Aikens (The Dandelion and Rainbow Room), dishing up appealing menus offering a mix of fine-dining classic dishes and traditional fare from across Europe.
Consomme nana with parmesan zwieback; lamb goulash with buttermilk spaetzle and salmon coulibiac with mushroom-dill duxelles.