Glamorous Dining in a Hearst Mansion

feature-original-428x256Want to impress someone special? Take them to Richie Notar’s latest venture, Harlow, housed in a private dining room built by William Randolph Hearst for a paramour.

Opening tonight, Harlow is an intriguing combination of crystal chandeliers and Warhol paintings. Danny Ye, former Nobu chef, describes some of his seafood offerings as:

  • A sherry-pickled medley of fennel, onion and Asian pear ladled atop Island Creek oysters – “By far the shit, best in the US” – along with dehydrated crispy kimchi.
  • Tuna crudo with prosciutto – “Red meat on red meat. We treat the tuna like sushi men, but we’re not tied down by dogma.”
  • Whole branzino à la plancha – ‘”We make a gremolata with pickled wasabi stem. Pickle-y, peppery, spicy – very capricious.”

Add bewitching cocktails and you will create a spectacular evening. Harlow is located at 111 East 56th Street between Park and Lexington.

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