Cody and I hadn’t been to the New Yorker and decided that it was time. This fine dining establishment is owned by the same folks at Market Street Grill so we knew that we were in for a treat. We had a fantastic experience with the serving staff, and went solely off of recommendations for this meal. Our first course was a cheese plate, covered with prosciutto crudo, speck, peppered salami, manchego cheese, pickled onions and carrots, patè, and house made fig jelly (my favorite). We inhaled this beautiful cheese plate and moved onto soup and salad.
The highlight of this course was the chef’s special for the evening. I recreated this beauty at home and you can read all about this simple holiday salad *here*
. Goat cheese + roasted butternut squash + pomegranates on arugula. Perfection.
I haven’t indulged in rack of lamb in what seemed to be a very long time, so I opted for this dish as my main course. This rack of lamb was cooked to perfection (medium rare), had excellent flavor, and was agreed to be the best part of our meal. Accompanied with their house potatoes (unreal) and spaghetti squash.
Gorgeous ambiance with beautiful holiday decorations. This restaurant is situated in the same building as Market Street Grill, on the west side of the building in the basement level. The moody lighting and “underground” atmosphere was fun for our special night out.
Although we were completely stuffed, we couldn’t pass up an opportunity for fresh cobbler once the server brought us the dessert menu. Tasted just as good as it looks. Great experience at the New Yorker. This restaurant is a perfect place for a special night out for the holiday season.
The New Yorker
60 West Market Street
Salt Lake City, UT